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The name pure air north Carolina is not entirely accurate as our HVAC systems do not kill or remove mold but they prevent future mold growth. In other words, it stops it from happening in your home. If you have problems with black mold, call your local contractor who should be able to tell you how to solve the problem. In most cases it is as easy as replacing that pipe or maybe the fan. The same holds true for mold that has popped up around your HVAC ducts or inside your walls. These problems cannot be solved by replacing just the parts.
To prevent future problems, regular maintenance of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system is necessary. The manufacturer’s manual will provide you with step-by-step instructions. I would also suggest hiring a reputable contractor who specializes in HVAC to inspect and make necessary repairs as needed.
If the system is old then there could be leaks in your registers, condensation in the system or inadequate filtration. These things can be fixed or prevented by cleaning. It is important to remember that you should never clean the filters while they are in the unit. Also, don’t use your lungs to open or close the doors or windows when cleaning the system.
Cleaning the entire unit can be done without using specialized equipment. First, remove the hood and all interior trim including the windows and then wash the ducts using a mild detergent. Direct the spray to the inside of all registers and then rinse with clear water. You can also use a regular household cleaner if you want. Complete the process by wiping the outside surfaces and then remove the hood and trim.
I know what you’re thinking–a snowstorm has just come and blew the snow off the roof. Don’t worry; this won’t affect your ability to dry the unit. Just make sure the shelves are clear before you reattach the covers. Also, be sure that you have turned the power off prior to beginning the cleaning process. Spray a little baking soda on the inside of all shelves, wipe it off and then apply a layer of salt to the entire surface (do not let it touch the electrical wiring) to help it slide easier.
After you have cleaned the inside of the ducts, check the outside surface to make sure there is no dust or debris stuck. If you cannot see the dust or debris, you may want to vacuum the outside. A vacuum can also help dislodge and clean the larger items such as drapes, shelves and furniture. Lastly, you may want to consider using a special outdoor ceiling brush to take care of any dirt and dust that get left behind.
Now, for the ducts themselves, you need to be careful. The first thing you want to do is disconnect the ducts from the rest of the system and place them in a safe location. Also, be certain to wear a mask and gloves. Dust will also need to be blown out of the ducts and into an outlet. Pure Air North Carolina can be a bit of a challenge, but it can be done.