Your business may be located in a humid area, and if so, continually being on the lookout for mold growth is probably something you could do without. If you are dealing with constant mold issues, or if you would just like to experience some peace of mind knowing that you are protected, a renovation to prevent mold growth could be your answer. If this is something you’re considering, here are some things to be aware of:
- Materials. There are many construction materials on the market today that are made with mold prevention in mind. From paint to siding to insulation, you should be able to find what you need to support your premises in the fight against mold and mildew. Let your construction professionals know that you are concerned about this issue, and they will be sure to use products that will benefit you during your renovation project.
- Plumbing. If you are experiencing leaks and drips from older plumbing, it’s probably time to replace pipes, fittings, and accessories. Not only will you experience the peace of mind that comes from knowing that mold is not going to grow under your sink, but you will also be adding a fresh new look to your business premises. That’s always a good thing—it will probably even bring you new business.
- Flooring. Carpeting and rugs are often great places for dampness to collect, and mold loves damp environments. It might be time to consider tile or wood floors in order to alleviate the problems that can come from more porous flooring materials.
- Roofing. During wet weather, the last thing a business owner needs is a leaky roof. A top renovation project is a new roof—they last for many years and will provide you with the confidence that you are safe from mold and mildew due to leaks in your walls and upper floors.
Here at Ascension General Contractors, we have the expertise to help you with all your renovation and construction needs. If you are considering a renovation project to help protect your business from the invasive qualities of mold and mildew, we are here for you and ready to help. Call us today!