Effects of Mould in Air ConditioningPosted on by Belmar Services Ltd Blog
Just like any other machine or appliance, without regular maintenance, your air conditioning unit could begin to demonstrate a weaker performance or incur issues.The build up of mould can not only affect the performance of the unit, but also the health of those breathing in the air it pumps out. In the latest post from Belmar Services, we discuss the effects of mould inside an air conditioning unit.
Some of us are more sensitive to the effects of mould than others and in these cases symptoms can include,nasal congestion, throat irritation, coughing, wheezing, eye irritation and in some cases, skin irritation.
Mould is not always seen before people realise it is there. You may notice mould by a musty smell in the air or if you persistently have any of the symptoms listed above when in a certain room.
In order to prevent mould from building up in your air conditioning system, you should follow the maintenance instructions and have the system professionally cleaned. The reduction of dust, dirt and debris can significantly reduce the likelihood of mould build-up.
Getting Rid of Mould
Whilst you can sometime treat mould in your home yourself, if you have a build up of mould inside your air conditioning unit, it is advised to seek the help of a professional air conditioning maintenance engineer. There are several components that make up your air conditioning unit and carrying out work on uniti could invalidate your warranty.
Here at Belmar Services, we have been providing a reliable air conditioning maintenance service for many years. To find out more about our wide range of services, please call today on 0115 784 9914 or fill out our online inquiry form and we’ll be in touch shortly.This entry was posted in Latest News. Bookmark the permalink.