HVAC Decontamination for Air Duct Mold Remediation in Gulfport, Biloxi, Jackson, Hattiesburg, MS, Mobile AL, Slidell, New Orleans, LA, and Surrounding Areas
Mold is a non-scientific term for a wide variety of fungi. While mold has some good use, such as the development of penicillin, it becomes a serious problem when it invades the places where we live and work.
Where There’s Mold, There’s Water – If there’s moisture, there could be mold!
Active mold growth requires moisture. Whether it’s growing in places that are easily seen such as on leaky water faucets in laundry rooms or hidden places behind drywall, under carpeting, or in attics, wherever you find mold, you’ll find excessive dampness or water. One of the most serious places to accumulate mold is in the HVAC unit and the ductwork that feeds out from it. We understand that in a business environment, interruption is not acceptable, so we do what we can to keep it to a minimum. When we inspect your system, we will point out the areas of concern and recommend services based on our findings, including air duct cleaning, filter replacement, coil cleaning, odor control, and possibly complete removal, disassembly, and cleaning of the HVAC unit in order to decontaminate it.
Protect Your Property and Health with Specialized HVAC Cleaning
One of the purposes of an HVAC and ductwork system is to keep the air quality inside your business or home as clean as possible. If it is compromised with mold or other bacteria/viruses, it will need proper decontamination. Otherwise, it can become ineffective or even worse, harmful to the occupants of the structure. We use the Environmental Protection Agency approved (EPA) sanitizing agents to ensure a safe living and working environment. Our decontamination products do not leave any active chemical residues inside the system that may cause damage or further air quality issues and have a minimal toxicity level.
Hazardous to People
People with allergies may be more sensitive to mold than others. Certain molds release mycotoxins, which are toxic substances produced by fungi. Symptoms of mold exposure include a runny or blocked nose, watery eyes, a dry cough, and sore throat, as well as skin rashes, sinusitis, and wheezing. Individuals with immune suppression are at an increased risk of infection from mold exposure. If you are running a business or raising a family, keeping your HVAC system properly cleaned is important.
Professional HVAC Decontamination
By definition, decontamination is the neutralization or removal of dangerous substances. As Certified Indoor Environmentalists (CIE) and Certified Mold Remediators (CRM), Clean Air Services can address your mold problems and HVAC sanitizing, offering real-world solutions for today’s real world.
Our professional evaluation of the HVAC system will include visual inspection of all visible areas. For hard to reach or hard to see areas, we can use endoscopic cameras to examine them more thoroughly.
Our decontamination process includes:
- Thoroughly clean and sanitize the HVAC system including the air ducts, filters, fans, ventilators, and registers.
- Total disinfection of the system to reduce allergies and improve air quality and efficiency.
- Complete mold remediation, including repairs, replacement of damaged areas, elimination of visible mold, and hidden.