Posted by Bud Branstetter on December 15, 2000 at 14:48:55:
There is a house down the block that they have had to deal with a mold problem. The lady had to move out while all the floors(pier and beam) were ripped out and replaced. Moved back in a shortly had a problem again. Don’t know when she will move back in or how much it all costs.
Usually, you can kill the mold(or potential) from a flooded floor(were the water wicks up the sheetrock) with clorox. Heat or cold will also do it. Mold likes warm humid air. A number of schools around here and the new Denton county court house have come up with mold problems. While I may not be bothered a a level of mold others may be severly affected. Depending on how long and where the mold has infiltrated is what determines the cost. If it is like the neighbors I can see 30K.