undefined drip problem causes mold
The unit appeared to be leaking and creating a mold issue in the attic
The past few weeks have been entirely hectic for me, there is no end in sight! I have been working overtime at the office trying to get this project pushed through. On our spare time, I am trying to find our parents an new home to rent before they move out here in a week. Some of the sites I have looked at are pretty terrible; Owners do not seem to want to renovate their units and some units have been neglected entirely, and i have also come across apartments that have been renovated but they used the cheapest materials and corporations they could find so these apartments are also not livable either. One of the greatest concerns I have been finding is with the s in the new home buildings, and many of the apartments I have checked out have nasty smells coming from the units. Another problem I am finding is evidence of bug infestations. The messes have been cleaned up, but you can still tell the bugs live in the apartment. That’s just nasty! I found a site last weekend that I thought would be unbelievable but it turned out to have a large problem. I crawled up in the attic, just to make sure that the roof did not leak or anything love that and I found a much bigger problem. The unit appeared to be leaking and creating a mold issue in the attic. I only saw a tiny bit of water but that has all it takes. A little bit of water dripping over a few weeks or years can cause a entirely exhausting mold problem, but so our search continues.