DALLAS, PA — Two modular classrooms at Dallas High School are now fit for occupation and will be used for the first time this school year, according to The Times Leader.
Two rounds of extensive mold remediation were needed to fix a problem caused by water leakage from the air conditioning units, the story stated.
William Scotsman Inc., the company that provides the modular classrooms said: "The district was using air filters that were ''too efficient'' and weren’t allowing enough air to get into the system, that district staff had turned the thermostats too low, putting more stress on the system, and that dehumidifiers had also contributed the freezing of the coils and the leak."
The total cost of the project was $6,760; the school split the bill with William Scotsman, the story added.
Click here to read the complete article.
For related information, click here.