Property Owners or Landlords Mold Remediation Questions
Every Landlord should quickly resolve a mold infestation quickly for several reasons:
While there is no federal law covering a landlord’s responsibilities concerning mold in their buildings, tenants that believe mold in their rental made them sick have sued landlords for damages in court to compensate them for the losses they incurred while sick. For example, according to an Aug 14, 2015 NBC29 press reports, tenants of a rental house in Fluvanna County, Virginia, sued their landlord claiming that the mold made them sick and damaged their furniture. After discovering mold behind the toilet in their bathroom, the family became ill with sinus and fungal infections and asthma. A mold inspection showed high levels of aspergillus mold in the building. The medical bills plus the costs of replacing damaged possessions caused the family to incur $40,000 in debt.
Property owners may currently deduct as a repair the cost of environmental remediation if:
Contacting ECO Mold Remediation makes good financial sense- paying hard earned income to cover court costs that are not tax deductible can be deemed a waste.
Leasing companies and leasing agents that need to remove mold from apartments we can offer bulk discounts based on the number of units. Don't let the mold spread and become a bigger issue than it needs to be!