Asked by Bio-mats.com/lymeover, Roseburg, OR • Mon Jan 23, 2012
Hello I am looking for a home as a first time home buyer. Im GREEN and do not want to get burned. Does a slab offer contaimination of mold into a home from the soil. The home appears dry and OK. There is a pool in the ground. I have mold issues in the home we live in now and do not want a big mold issue in the future for health reasons. I need to move for health reasons.
Also, the barn is metal and the roof is insulated but the walls show mold in some areas where water has gotten in? If the sheet rock is removed, how does the barn become de-molded and safe to store fabric items in for future sale (inventory). The barn has a dry dirt floor and was never used for animals.
Once the barn walls are done can a simple elevateed wood floor be installed inthe barn for a simple cheaper wood surface to store fabric items that are boxed and the storage racks that are metal? Ie a 2x4 on their sides supporting plywood up off the floor about 4 inches. Is this cheaper then concrete?
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