Air Conditioning Mold

Your air conditioner does not stand a chance unless you are aware of how it needs constant maintenance.

Changing your filter and keeping an eye on your unit are the two easiest ways to make sure you do not have problems.

Your AC plays an important role in controlling the relative humidity in your home. Warm air holds more water than cool air. If your air in your home is to warm, the air becomes more humid, and allows water vapor to condense on cooler surfaces, like your exterior walls and windows. Without proper attention, mold growth will form on these surfaces.

Call an AC professional to help you with regular maintenance of your air conditioner.