Mold can be unsafe in your house, and if it is in your business, it can cause an interruption in work, and mold removal costs cause profit losses.
That’s where we come in. We want to help you before the problem affects the production of your company. Here are some tips to help you pass your next mold inspection test.
- The most important, vital part of keeping your business safe from mold is keeping moisture out of your building. Especially in New Hampshire and Maine business offices where the temperatures are always varying, it can be tricky to keep an eye on this. Mold grows in places with high humidity, so you should keep an eye on:
- Pipes for leaks
- Windows or Doorways
- Gutters, checking for leaks
The places listed above are typically problem areas for mold. Checking these hot spots for mold can help save tons of money on black mold removal. You can also be sure to frequently circulate cool/dry air throughout your place of business, which will inhibit any mold growth.
- Another important step to eliminating the chance of mold in your office is to clean spills promptly. For mold to thrive, it needs dampness or puddles of any size. Many places make the mistake to clean only once in awhile and let it build up, but in that time in between, mold is building quickly.
- When you are cleaning up these spills, use antifungal cleaning supplies. Although it sounds like extra money to get the real deal cleaning supplies, it will be worth it when you’re not being subjected to mold removal costs later on. The mold killing chemicals will target mold spores and make your work space safer.
- Our final suggestion for business owners avoiding mold is to perform regular maintenance of all regular appliances. Like all things in your business, sometimes things just need a quick check to make sure everything’s running smoothly. For appliances, you want to make sure to stay on top of the risk of mold by preventing possible water damage.
For all your mold removal help and questions, you can contact us at 207-893-0002