HVAC Duct and Vent Cleaning Miami

Residential and Commercial HVAC Duct Cleaning, Disinfecting, and HVAC Mold Removal Divisions

commercial-hvac-mold-removal-services-south-flTrained mold remediation technicians will assess the level of contamination and use appropriate procedures to remove the mold completely. First the source of moisture is fixed and then the area is cleaned with a biocide that kills the mold and spores, and then all the contaminated materials are discarded carefully, clean rooms are employed to scrub down affected furniture and other cleanable materials, HEPA filtration systems and hydroxyl generators are used to clean the air, and all HVAC vents, units, and coils are disinfected and cleaned to ensure there is no mold growth present.

Did You Know…

  • Household mold needs a humidity level of 55% to thrive and grow. Things such as drying clothes indoors, using a humidifier over 55%, problems with your HVAC system and leaking pipes can all create an excellent environment for mold to live. If the humidity is too high in the home and you do try to dry out items like clothes, it will take a lot longer for them to dry and mold can begin to grow on these surfaces. Mold also finds it nice and cozy in rooms with 40 to 100 degrees F.
  • Mold in ac needs to be cleaned by state certified mold remediators
  • Mold in HVAC system are also a leading cause of fibromyalgia, also one of the most common places mold grows in South Florida homes.
  • Unsanitary HVAC systems can directly contribute to contracting and spreading the flu along with a long list of other illnesses-
  • Dirty HVAC systems are one of the leading causes for asthma attacks, eczema, psoriasis flare ups.

Click here for more info on our indoor air quality services in Miami

miami-mold-specialists-HVAC-mold-removal-servicesMold is a common indoor concern among homeowners and property owners. It seems to be a more common problem now. More than 20 years ago, this was a rare concern. One reason could be that fewer people are paying attention to regular home upkeep, because they spend much of their time on work. A more compelling reason is the requirement to seal indoor air, an activity that has an inherent flaw of trapping air contaminants indoors.

As you turn on your heating and cooling system, you will only re-distribute the particulates, which at some point reaches a threshold, and that’s when you start getting flu-like symptoms, allergies, and even dermatitis.

This is not to say that HVAC systems are to be blamed. No! These systems keep us comfortable whatever the weather is. It’s just that as we seal our homes and buildings, there should be more effort to do maintenance, inspection, and cleaning.

Mold should never be a problem if you keep your environment clean and dry. Right now, mold spores float in the air. These spores thrive on dust particles, which provide them nutrients. The only thing these spores wait to finally grow and wreak havoc is moisture.

The best way to prevent mold contamination is to keep your air dry and moisture out of your home. Recommended relative humidity indoors is 30-50%. A mold infestation can start to occur when the relative humidity reaches 60+%. Take note that it doesn’t have to take a plumbing leak, roof leak, or water intrusion for mold to grow. Even a clogged dryer vent can cause moisture buildup that leads to mold growth.

Click here for more information about our HVAC mold removal services in South Florida

About Miami Mold Specialists-

image-5.jpgSouth Florida’s Premier Indoor Air Quality, Environmental Services, and Mold Removal Service Provider- Miami Mold Specialist: High Tech and Eco Friendly Indoor Air Quality, Mold Assessments and Environmental Consulting, 3rd Party “Conflict Free” Mold Testing, Mold Removal and Mold Remediation, Mold Prevention, Radon Testing, Water Damage Control, and Water Protection and Purification Services by Miami Mold Specialist.

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