PRIVATE LABEL ORGANIC PRODUCT LINE
Introducing our new fully organic product line specifically crafted for our Signature Mold Remediation Process. As South Florida’s #1 in Environmental Consulting and Mold Remediation we pride ourselves in being the only mold service company offering our clients with a fully organic and bio-degradable remediation package to ensure that no toxins or VOCs are released into the air. After thousands of remediations performed we realized that our client demographics are majority individuals who has some type of symptom. To facilitate this process, we decided to go fully organic to protect our clients’ health from the effects of standard-used remediation chemicals. Two decades in the making, the penetrating coil cleaner has non VOCs, exclusively made to be used on A/C unit coils for disinfecting, cleaning and mold prevention. The Super Primer encapsulates and seals any type of mold contamination specifically on ductwork. Can also be used on small areas for walls/ceilings. This aluminum colored product is an antimicrobial disinfectant used on A/C units; also used as an anti-fungal coater. In addition to these items we (2) products currently being manufactured: the All Purpose Cleaner and the Penetrating Deep Cleaner which will be released in 2019.
AIRBIOTICS™ ALL NATURAL PURPOSE CLEANER
Illnesses Related to HVAC Mold
Mold in your air conditioning system can lead to a wide range of illnesses. All types of mold can trigger allergic reactions in people sensitive to those substances, but some types of mold produce toxic compounds known as mycotoxins which can lead to serious conditions like pneumonia and bleeding in the lungs. Mold found anywhere in the home can lead to health problems, but when mold is in the air conditioning system, it can be particularly problematic. Microscopic mold 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 mold-related illnesses, but even healthy young adults can get sick.
Preventing Air Conditioning Mold
Of course, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and if you can prevent the development of mold in the first places, that’s much better than having to remove it later on. The Air Conditioning Contractors of America website explains that keeping your air conditioning ducts free of dirt and other debris can reduce the likelihood of mold growth by making sure there is no organic matter in the ducts on which mold can feed. Mold also needs moisture/water in order to grow and condensation inside air conditioning ducts often provides just enough moisture for mold to thrive. There should not be standing water inside your air conditioning ducts, though, and if there is, you need to have your system serviced.
How Do You Get Rid of Air Conditioning Mold?
While some homeowners prefer to deal with a household mold problem on their own, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends calling in a professional if you have air conditioner mold. It can be difficult to access all parts of the air conditioning ductwork, but professionals have the equipment needed to get the job done, including air whips or air skippers that drive dust, dirt, mold, and other debris toward collection devices fitted with HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filters. Professionals also know how to do the job correctly and safely, so that you and your loved ones aren’t exposed to harmful mold spores during the process of removing mold from your air conditioning ducts. Of course, they can assist you with removal of mold from other areas of the home, as well, if needed. If you suspect that your HVAC system is compromised with mold, give us, the professionals, a call today at 305-763-8070!