Old 09-05-12, 07:25 PM
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Fixing mold is hard. It requires tearing out everything with mold in it. You have to not only fix the cause (whatever's making a supportive environment to incubate mold), but also remove the actual mold. That means removing pieces of the building.

That can't be done with people here. The people have to be removed first.

It most definitely will have to be repaired. I'm thinking if it's severe enough, though, the hazard may be too great to allow continued occupancy. Maybe not, but the black stuff is either mildew or it's a form of mold that WILL kill small children and the elderly; the green stuff is NOT mildew.
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