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Growths in AC Units

Ac unit growths

It's important to keep your AC units free from unwanted growths and contaminants that can accumulate. As professionals who are experienced handling air conditioning repairs, it's not unusual to find neglected and dirty AC units. You should never let your AC unit get dirty or clogged with dust for several reasons, one of which is to prevent the spread of contaminants.

How Growths Get In Your AC

When your air conditioner unit does its job regulating the temperature of your property and filtering the air, it naturally collects particles and dust from the air. These particles accumulate in your vents and clump together over time, forming layers of dust and dirt.

This layer can trap water from the atmosphere, which collects and festers. This, in turn, makes the AC a prime location for various growths to start forming.

Dangerous Growths

Algae, mold, and mildew can form in an air conditioning system that isn't cleaned regularly. These spread and will contaminate the air in the ventilation system, which in turn contaminates the air in your home. Growths like mold can cause allergies and even sickness if left alone for too long.

Professional Cleaning

Our professional air conditioning repairs also handle air duct cleaning & sanitation. Our technicians know how to safely clean and remove the growths from your ventilation system without spreading them to other parts of your property.

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