How can I tell if there is mold in my air conditioning system, or should I test my home for mold?
Indoor mold growth can usually be seen or smelled. In most cases, if visible mold growth is present. There are no health or exposure-based standards that you can use to evaluate a mold sampling result. Sampling for mold in the air should only be done by experienced professionals. One good way to observe if mold is present in the air conditioning system is to have the air conditioning air handler door removed to observe moisture. Air conditioning ducts can have a great deal of mold if they are not sealed properly and begin to sweat within the duct liner. When opening the air conditioning system’s air handler, look for visible mold growth.
Improved Indoor Air Quality with ultraviolet light. UV lights also reduces airborne biological contaminants in the home. Health threats such as viruses, bacteria, mold, and allergens are all sterilized by exposure to UV light. Air in the home cycles through the central air system repeatedly passing by the disinfecting UV light again and again.
Home owners breathe easy knowing that the air their family breathes is protected by this proven technology. Ultraviolet light installation is the simple, safe, and effective way to keep your air system clean and improve indoor air quality.