HVAC Systems and Mold Removal
Removing Mold in Air Ducts and HVAC Systems
Mold and bacteria outbreaks in HVAC and air duct systems pose greater challenges to the workplace than isolated growth in walls or ceilings. The operating HVAC system will continually distribute mold spores throughout the facility, expanding the affected area far faster and broader than a normal outbreak would spread. And without knowledgeable inspection, discovering the extent and source for mold within an HVAC system can be very difficult.
Insurance Restoration Specialists Air Systems division technicians are highly-trained, experienced professionals who are equipped to identify, contain and eliminated mold in air ducts, HVAC systems and all related components. We serve commercial, industrial and municipal clients throughout New Jersey, New York City and the Philadelphia area.
Once mold or mildew has been detected in air ducts or the HVAC system during an inspection, our technicians follow strict guidelines to remove mold growth and remediate the affected parts of the HVAC system.
Mold on HVAC components like this blower is distributed throughout the system by air movement
Water source identification/evaluation and remediation
Inspect potential moisture sources in (condensate containers, drains) and around the HVAC system components, including vents, supplies, and returns. Make repairs as needed to eliminate water source.
Before removing mold growth, IRS specialists will thoroughly dry the area and surrounding materials, and monitor humidity levels in the area. This will ensure that the environment is no longer conducive to mold and bacteria regrowth after it is removed.
Disinfection and removal of mold
Our technicians use state-of-the-art technology and processes to remove mold and then thoroughly clean, disinfect and deodorize all affected equipment. We also provide extensive mold removal and remediation services to contain and eliminate infestations beyond ductwork and HVAC system components.