HVAC Air Vents Sanitizing
We use different products from organic to chemical solutions for air ducts & vents disinfestation. It is applied by our technician throughout your air ducts to help eliminate mold growth, fungi, and bacteria. Each homeowner has different needs and we are prepared and trained to offer the correct solution.
Maintaining a clean and healthy environment is crucial when it comes to HVAC systems. One of the common challenges that HVAC systems face is the presence of mold. Mold not only affects the performance of the system but also poses health risks to individuals who are exposed to it. By understanding the significance of mold prevention and implementing proper cleaning techniques, you can ensure optimal performance and air quality in your HVAC system.
In today's world, indoor air quality has become a top priority for homeowners and businesses alike. One of the biggest concerns when it comes to maintaining a healthy environment is mold growth in HVAC systems. Mold not only compromises the air we breathe but can also lead to various health issues.
Fortunately, advancements in technology have paved the way for effective mold sanitizing solutions specifically designed for HVAC systems. These innovative sanitizers are capable of eliminating mold and other harmful contaminants, ensuring that the air circulating throughout your space is clean and safe.
Organic vs Chemical Cleaning
A Plus Enviro-Services utilizes a strong acidic water as a sanitizing agent because it's organic, completely safe for humans, pets, and the environment. This strong Acidic Water is an electrolytic water with electric potential, which means that its chemical decomposition is produced by passing an electrical current through a liquid or solution containing ions. This includes the hypochlorous acid (SDS) generated from an anode when electrolysis occurs. It is made by applying an electrolysis enhancer to tap water, this in itself is not a chemical.
However in some cases it is recommended to use chemical solutions that are not toxic to humans either, taking all measures and following the instructions of the manufacturers of these EPA-registered products to be used in HVAC systems.
By utilizing these microbial sanitizing solutions, you can take proactive measures to prevent mold growth within your HVAC system. This not only promotes a healthier living or working environment but also helps prolong the lifespan of your HVAC equipment by reducing strain caused by mold build-up