Any building, regardless of its size, is susceptible to mold growth. Like your automobile or your health, your HVAC system requires routine preventative maintenance and inspections to ensure it continues functioning properly. Use these practical tips whenever you notice mold developing within your HVAC system.
Check Pans and Coils For Mold Growth
Getting your HVAC system serviced regularly should be your first order of business. In this approach, you can lessen the odds of mold and dust accumulation that can cause malfunctions in the system. However, it is only sometimes the case that the drainage pans beneath the coils are sloped. Inspection can boost efficiency, as can drying out the pans and coils.
Check Your Pipes For Mold
Cleaning and repairing the air ducts can also help improve the HVAC system’s performance. The indoor air quality of your building will suffer if the air filters become clogged with dust and grime. It’s normal for a little bit of dust to get caught in the machinery. However, it would be best if you prevented it from growing out of control, or your entire system would be overwhelmed.
Inspect Your Air Intake And Exchange Vents
The final step is to inspect the air intake and exhaust vents for damage. When you do, you’ll be able to keep an eye out for them and ensure they aren’t in areas where they could cause harm to your landscape. These are prime locations for mold growth and can amplify pollen’s effects in the air.
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