Almost a month after a water main break flooded Paintbrush Elementary's boiler room and ground floor, Campbell County School District officials said they are still confident the school's moisture levels are safe from mold.
The school district is relying on the word and work of Master Clean - the water
restoration company that dried the building - and
doesn't have any plans to hire a third party to double check the moisture
levels, according to administrators and
district maintenance officials.
But hiring a third party to double-check moisture levels in a public building
is recommended by Tom Hill, executive director of the Institute of Inspection,
Cleaning and Restoration Certification. From the gillettenewsrecord.
Is school dry? District doesn't plan to use third party check
December 10, 2010