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Stop Mold Growth in Your Air Conditioner: Effective Tips to Prevent Mold and Ensure Clean Indoor Air. Maintain a Healthy Environment!
Mold in cooling systems is a typical household issue, and the worrisome aspect is that it may go undiscovered for a long time. There are some unmistakable signals, such as black dust and musty odours, as well as certain physical symptoms, such as an intense cough that will not subside and irritated or itchy skin.
Here at The Chill Brothers, we are concerned about the health of you and your family. Here is everything your need to know about Mold growth in your air conditioner and when to schedule HVAC repair in Conroe TX.
Mold is a typical concern in warm, wet environments with minimal light. Unfortunately, if you don’t properly maintain your cooling system, it can become a good target for mold growth. Organic materials from airborne dirt and dust can accumulate in the filter, providing Mold with the substance it requires to reproduce. Fortunately, you can keep Mold from growing in your air conditioning unit by cleaning or changing the filter on a regular basis.
Whether you haven’t used your air conditioner in a while or keep noticing a musty odour when you switch it on, it’s time to examine it to see if Mold is forming in the unit.
Although Mold can grow on any surface, prime locations for Mold growth are the condensate drain pan, cooling coil, air circulation blower, AC cabinet insulation, and ductwork internal insulation liners, particularly in the vicinity of the AC equipment.
The coil drain pan continually collects dirt, including organic matter and water condensed from the flowing air stream as it flows via the cooling coil during system operation. The biofilm generated under these circumstances continually clogs the drain and pipe pipework. Failure to wipe these places may result in drain pan overflow, contaminating other areas within or around the AC unit.
AC cabinet insulating and internal ductwork lining insulation are additional areas you should be concerned about. Their relatively porous and rough surfaces tend to collect dust containing organic material and, if moist, may provide perfect locations for the beginning of Mold growth. These locations are prone to moisture build-up as a result of coil moisture blow-off, pipe sweating, and drain pan overflow.
There is no fool proof way to avoid Mold development in your AC, but several precautions may be taken to lessen your chances of encountering the problem.
Sometimes the most difficult problems to solve are those you can’t see. Your vehicle requires washing when dirt accumulates on the exterior (or inside, and your living room carpet requires a thorough cleaning when it has accumulated too many stains, footprints, and odours. However, issues with your HVAC unit are not as visible and usually do not become apparent until an essential component or the entire system fails.
If you suspect that your AC unit is moldy, or if you notice a musty or mildew odour every time you turn on your air conditioner, it’s time to bring in the experts. Contact The Chill Brothers for our Chill Maintenance Plan, as well as tune-ups, repairs, and upgrades to HVAC systems.
Q. How does Mold damage our air conditioner?
A. Mold can grow on the outside or inside of your airconroe conditioner if it has been exposed to water damage or a leak in the system. The Mold spores enter the air conditioner when it is turned on, and they are then blown into your home, where they can make you sick. Mold will also lead to increased energy usage and higher electricity bills for the home or business owner.
Q. How often should we get our air conditioner serviced?
A. If you live in a humid climate, it is recommended that you get your air conditioner serviced twice a year or more often if needed. Mold can grow in your air conditioner if it is not serviced. If you have a Mold allergy or asthma, you should get your air conditioner serviced twice a year
Q. Why is mold growing in my air conditioner?
A. For mould to develop, it needs moisture, darkness, calm air, and warmth. If certain components of your air conditioner break down, mould can quickly grow in the ideal conditions.