Air Duct Mold Removal and Air Duct Mold Remediation in Spring, TX
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Have you found that you are sneezing more at home, or that your allergies are worse when you are at home compared to when you are at work in Spring, TX? If you are noticing these signs or seeing mold by your vents in your home, you need to contact Power Vac America, Inc. to have us perform air duct mold removal or even air duct mold remediation. Your indoor air quality is important to take care of or your health could suffer. Contact our team today to help improve your indoor air quality.
Air Duct Mold Removal in Spring, TX
You should be able to tell if you might have mold in your air ducts because of a distinctive musty odor that comes out when your HVAC fans kick on. You will likely be able to smell the odor in several rooms as well. When we come to do air duct mold removal at your home, we will first do an assessment of your system to determine just how much mold you have as well as the best options for removing it all. We will then hook up our large vacuum to your air duct system to pull out all of the mold, dust, dirt, and other grime and contaminants. We will also use physical devices to help break up and remove things from your air ducts.
Air Duct Mold Remediation and Duct Cleaning Services in Spring, TX
When we do our air duct assessment on your Spring, TX, home, it might reveal that we don’t just need to do mold removal, but we need a full air duct mold remediation treatment for your home. We take the extra steps with the mold to ensure that it doesn’t get broken up and scattered throughout your air ducts. We will also perform the extra steps of circulating an anti-microbial fog throughout your HVAC system as well as add an anti-fungal coating to your air ducts. These additional steps will prevent the future buildup of mold and other contaminants.
The original town of Spring, now known as Old Town Spring, is located at the intersection of Spring-Cypress and Hardy roads and encompasses a relatively small area of perhaps 1 square kilometer. The population in the Old Town Spring area started growing in the early 19th century when the Spanish and French came to trade with the local Akokisa (Orcoquisac) Indians. This town is rumored to have been a robbery victim of Bonnie and Clyde. Though the bank building still has bullet holes from several robberies in the 1920s and 1930s.