Commercial - Tweeters – 1728 Galleria Blvd.
The cutting room was the area with the most activity. Even with the removal of most of the effected wood, there were still signs of mold in the wood that remains. The musty smell associated with mold was not very noticeable. There is a shipping/receiving bay area before entering this room that shows some signs of mold also. The only moisture source found has to be from the HVAC registers, condensating when the humidity enters from outside, when the bay door is opened.
When the bay door is closed and the sun hits it there is a huge heat gain across the entire surface of this door for several hours. The heat radiates into the room three to four feet.
There is also signs of mold in some of the small media rooms around the supply registers in the ceiling. In the showroom there are several ceiling tiles with obvious signs of moisture. It was noted they have had some roof leaks in the past.
Two or more of the ceiling tile stains appear to be where a can light is located near or under an HVAC supply line. The heat from the can light causes the un-insulated duct to condensate at that point and drip onto the ceiling tile.
This is a 12 hour/3 day accelerated clean up process. All the spraying shall take place while closed and will be performed while the structure is unoccupied. Starting at closing (9:00 pm, Saturday Night) and ceasing 1 hour before opening to the public the following day (11:00 am Sunday.)
Final test results indicate no elevated levels exist upon completion.