Mold Litigation

There are many different factors to consider that may give rise to a plaintiff's cause of action. Litigation in the mold arena has included actions under negligence, professional malpractice, strict liability, breach of implied and express warranties, constructive eviction, worker's compensation, violations of the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA), breach of contract, fraud, failure to disclose in the sale of property, and violations of the Unfair Competition Act pursuant to the Business & Professions Code Section 17200 et. seq. Many European countries are encouraging usage of ozone in replacement of chlorine or detergents for disinfections. Since ozone is very highly reactive, it can self-decompose into oxygen gas, which is not harmful to human health.

Doe Homeowners v. Roe Seller
New owners of a house in California sued the sellers in 1997, alleging that toxic mold caused bodily injuries and property damage. The case was settled for $1,353,000. High amount ozone is injected into the non-occupied spaces to effectively kill bacteria, virus and fungi from air and surfaces in a short time period.

As a Real Estate Professional you are committed to upholding the highest standards with every home you sell, but not every home is a gem. We can help keep you high standards and ensure that the next home sale will not come back to haunt you. We do everything possible to ensure ethical, cost-effective, and proactive solutions to indoor air quality issues.

To schedule an Ozone Odor Removal call AirQuality Services and talk to one our service representives.