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Mold can show up almost anywhere in your office or place of business, including your air conditioning unit which warrants immediate ac mold removal services. When mold spreads and invades your duct work the spores can quickly spread in other areas of your HVAC system. This is when employees will start getting sick if it is not addressed and will only get worse the longer they are exposed to it.

There are many things that can cause mold to grow like a leaking roof, broken pipes, high humidity and poorly ventilated bathrooms are just a few examples of conditions that can cause mold. When you are dealing with mold specifically in your air conditioning unit, the problem is often more extensive if it has gotten to the point of growing in your unit, it is most likely growing elsewhere in your system too.

With air conditioners, condensation is a byproduct of daily operation. Air conditioners are built with proper condensation drainage. When the drainage system is clogged or not functioning properly, your air conditioning unit itself could be the cause of mold developing in your system and the ducts.

If you think there could be mold present in any part of your HVAC system, it is important to get it taken care of as soon as possible. Mold grows and spreads quickly, so there is no time to waste.

Diagnosing Mold

Identifying Mold is a very sensitive undertaking and must be done by a licensed Mold Assessor. To find one near you visit www.IAQA.org.

HVAC System Mold Removal

There are a variety of ways for you to remove mold from your HVAC system. These methods can include mechanical and manual brushing which is used to dislodge the mold for removal via wiping with chemicals and vacuuming with a HEPA filter vacuum.

In more serious cases, chemical treatment could be needed once the larger instances of mold are removed. This will help eliminate that musty odor and help prevent the mold from returning.

It is crucial to identify if you have an active mold contamination in your home or business. You can visit www.IAQA.org to find a local Florida Licensed Mold Assessor in your area or call (954) 366-6131 and one of our friendly team members would be happy to find the resources you need.



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