Air conditioner mould can spread throughout the house every time you turn your air conditioner on and exposure to mould can lead to numerous health problems Typical black mould health symptoms include red itchy eyes, sore throat, coughing, runny nose, congestion, skin rashes and asthma like symptoms. If mould is causing these problems, they will continue to get worse and not better. Microscopic mould spores become airborne when air blows through the ducts and are dispersed throughout the home, where they are easily inhaled. Babies and elderly people are most susceptible to mould-related illnesses, but even healthy young adults can get sick. Air conditioning mould needs to be removed as soon as possible, to protect your health and the health of your loved ones.
We are certified Mould Remediation technicians trained to properly treat mould and adhere to a set of strict guidelines set by IICRC S520.
We use a variety of technicians and specialised equipment which may include: HEPA Vacuums and Air Scrubbers, Antimicrobial wash down, Chemical and Thermal Sanitization, Containment areas Ozone Machines to combat odour.
How to Clean an Air Conditioner and Remove Dangerous Mould
Air conditioners can be excellent mould breading grounds. Dust gets deposited on the cooling fins, then becomes damp because air conditioners condense water out of the air. Damp dust is a pretty good medium for growing mould. The mould may not grow all that well when the air conditioner is running and cold, but between cycles, and during longer periods when the air conditioner is not needed, the mould can have a real field day.
Cleaning and decontaminating your air conditioner regularly improves your health by removing mouldy dust, and improves the efficiency of the air conditioner.