Mold in Air Conditioning Systems Spreads: Get a Houston Mold Inspection of your AC System
Mold in air conditioning systems is common. Your air conditioner ventilates the air throughout your home, so if mold is present, spores can get into the air duct system and your system can become infected.
If your air conditioning system is too large for the area you’re cooling, or if it is not properly maintained, it can even encourage mold to develop in your home, especially in the Gulf Coast areas where humidity levels are often already high.
Countrywide Air Conditioning provides Houston mold inspection of central air systems. During an inspection, our trained technicians will:
- Check each air supply grill, behind the air filter and through the air return chase.
- Open the attic equipment and check the blower wheel. The blower accumulates dirt and mold, so a regular inspection is helpful in preventing mold growth.
- Open and inspect the evaporator and condensate pan, where mold grows even under normal air conditioning use. This area is a mold factory!
- Open the supply plenum. This section of your system has exposed fiberglass that breeds mold!
- Check each air duct going to all parts of the house. Mold in air conditioning ducts can cause spores to be dispersed throughout your home.
Let us help you improve your indoor air quality. Countrywide provides air conditioning service in Houston areas including League City, Pearland, Seabrook, La Porte, Clear Lake, Deer Park, Friendswood, Kemah, Dickinson, Pasadena, Alvin and Manvel. If your home smells musty or you believe there could be mold in your air conditioning, contact us today for an in-home Houston mold inspection of your system.
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