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Warehouse Mold Inspection Steps
Warehouse mold growth can cause a
number of problems for the company operating the warehouse including
distributing and selling moldy products that will be rejected by customers,
plus mold health problems for the warehouse workers and staff.
Effective warehouse mold inspection requires a thorough inspection and
testing of the warehouse's heating/cooling equipment and ducts, plus a
careful visible inspection for mold growth on or in all warehouse equipment,
incoming raw materials, finished products in storage, shelving storage
units, and the ceilings, walls, and floors of the entire warehouse building,
warehouse space, and warehouse offices, plus mold testing of the air in all
of the rooms and areas, and of the outward air flow from heating and cooling
duct registers to determine if there are elevated levels of airborne mold
In addition, do
mold testing of the air in all
areas of the warehouse and of the outward air flow from all of the warehouse
heating and cooling duct registers, to determine if there are elevated
levels of airborne mold spores.
mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find
air conditioning mold,
workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors,
crawl space, attic, basement, and HVAC equipment and system of your house,
condominium, office, workplace, or other building anywhere in Phoenix,
Mesa, and Scottsdale, Arizona, California, Las Vegas, USA, Canada, Hong
Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and elsewhere in Asia.
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Mold growing on wood product storage boxes in a Malaysian warehouse. Picture
taken April, 2012, by
and Certified Environmental Hygienist Phillip Fry.