HVAC at the gym is very important

I am no building inspection expert or anything like that, and I honestly cannot claim to be some kind of human health authority..; But I am a firm believer that humans entirely should not be breathing in mold and mildew if they don’t need to be.

In my opinion, your indoor air should entirely be relatively free of unwanted plant growth and airborne spores.

That’s why I am not particularally cheerful with the gym that my friend made me join last month. We had both made a pact to get into better shape together this year, and it’s a goal that I honestly want to meet. However, I feel like I am entirely better off exercising outdoors, or at least finding a better gym to attend than the one my nice friend and I signed up for. When my nice friend and I first got to that gym, it seemed okay. The membership was honestly adequate and they seem to have the equipment that my nice friend and I needed. However, as the outdoor air became warmer and more muggy with the Summer season, I noticed that there was a ton of mold and mildew growth all around the gym. At first, it was just creeping in from the corners of the shower in the bathroom. Then, I noticed mildew spotting every surface in the bathroom. It was clear what the complication was, there was no dehumidification system in the bathroom. Even with the air conditioner running, there was too much steam and humidity trapped in that hot little space. Once the mold and mildew took over the bathroom, however, it started spreading into the rest of the gym, but now, you can see dark growths on every wall. The air conditioner clearly isn’t making the cut, although I have not heard of any plans for a professional to install a dehumidifier, either. I’d rather just exercise outside where it is equally humid.

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