Mold at Hawaii Convention Center

Little surprise that Hawaiian properties can have mold issues.

It’s surrounded by water, after all.

There’s even mold at the Hawaii Convention Center.

There are leaks from tile and grout leading to drywall that is holding moisture, and, according to Jennifer Nakayama, Honolulu Convention Center Director of Operations,”…therefore, mold started to grow in the adjacent pump room.”

Pacific Enterprises Hawaii is investigating. Pacific Enterprises Hawaii is the certified mold inspector who discovered lots and lots of mold.

But fortunately the drywall is so wet, the mold has not gotten airborne.

If you’re in California, you might want to give us a call and see about getting an assessment from Byebyemold.

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