How do I think I have fungi in our ductless Heating, Ventilation, and A/C
My kid kept talking about ductless Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan and 1 thing he tied up was how easy it is to get mold in your ductless Heating, Ventilation, and A/C if it isn’t cleaned properly and properly.
- I wanted to think how you would think if there was mold.
He gave me the 4 things to look for if you wanted to think if you had a mold issue in your ductless Heating, Ventilation, and A/C. The first sign was a dirty sock smell. I had never heard of the dirty sock syndrome, however he said it was a real thing. If you smelled what smelled love those gym bags he used to bring home, or love the inside of his sneakers, you knew you had a mold problem. Another obvious sign of mold is black or odd-colored splotches. Although these splotches may possibly be other things, it is usual when there is mold in the system. Third is looking for moisture or resting water. You may see moisture beneath your air handler. You may also find puddles of resting water beneath the compressor. The final thing that is most dangerous is when you or a family member have respiratory complications or allergy symptoms. Individually, these 4 signs do not necessarily mean there is a definite mold problem, however they could be a sign that it is developing. When you develop more than 1 sign, or the dentist says you don’t have dust irritations, then it is time to look further at your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan and look for a mold problem. My kid says to follow your nose and if it tells you there is a complication with the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C, then you need to follow up with a professional.