Find Out How to Prevent HVAC Mold from Developing

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HVAC mold can be a particularly troublesome issue in a home. First of all, it tends to occur in locations that are often not readily inspected by the average homeowner nor easily accessible if mold remediation is suspected. Also, the presence of HVAC mold in these locations enables contamination to spread widely, as airborne mold spores are circulated throughout indoor air. Airborne spores may present a health threat for residents who inhale the spores.

Where Mold Lives

Mold prefers specific conditions to thrive, including a dark environment, moisture, or high humidity, as well as a microbial food supply. Certain parts of the HVAC system — specifically ductwork, the AC condensate drainage system, and the evaporator coil inside the air handler — may provide these conditions.

Effectively dealing with mold contamination after it has taken hold requires professional remediation services. Preventing mold growth is a more achievable goal for the average homeowner. Here are some ways to prevent contamination from HVAC mold from occurring in your HVAC system.

For additional information and experienced service to prevent HVAC mold growth, contact the professionals at Jackson & Sons.

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