After the mould has been removed, the next step is to clean the unit. This is done by using a specialised cleaning solution that is designed to kill mould and bacteria. Once the unit has been cleaned, it is then dried and sealed to prevent mould from returning.
Maintenance and Prevention
To ensure that mould doesn't return, we also offer a range of maintenance and prevention services. This includes regular cleaning and servicing of the air conditioning system, as well as advice on how to keep it running in a healthy and hygienic state.
Dangers of Mould in Air Conditioners
Mould is a type of fungi that can grow and spread in air conditioners. If left unchecked, it can cause serious health problems for people with allergies or asthma. Mould can enter your air conditioner through cracks and holes in the unit. Once it is inside, it can spread quickly and start to grow. Since mould needs moisture to grow, it is often found in damp or humid areas. If you have an air conditioner, it’s important to check it regularly for signs of mould.