Mould is made from microscopic fungi that can form extremely rapidly and create large patches known as spores. You've almost certainly seen mould growing on food that has gone past its sell-by-date or in wet, dusty areas, but mould can also thrive within your air conditioning system. How can mould grow in air conditioning systems? It might sound odd to say that mould can grow within an air conditioning system. After all, a clear stream of air is regularly passed through the ducts, most ducts are made from metal or plastic, and there shouldn't be any water in the system.
Hello, welcome to my blog. My name is Joe. For many years, I worked as a contractor for an appliance servicing company. I have repaired every type of appliance found in the average home. A lot of the time, I had to repair appliances which had stopped working because they had not been properly maintained. I would do my best to educate people on the steps they need to take in order to keep their appliances in good working order. However, I would still get called out to jobs to repair and replace appliances which had been neglected. I decided to start this blog in order advise others about appliance care.