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Mold is one of the most common indoor air pollutants found in many places around your home. But did you know that it’s also possible for mold to grow in your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system? 

In this blog post, we’ll discuss why mold might be present in your HVAC system and what you can do about it.

Where Does Mold Come From?

Mold spores exist naturally in the air outdoors, but they can find their way indoors too. They’re particularly prone to settling on damp surfaces, where they can thrive and reproduce. 

That’s why it’s essential to keep your home dry by fixing all leaks promptly and using a dehumidifier if necessary. Mold loves warm temperatures and dark spaces—unfortunately, those are two things an HVAC system has in abundance! 

If spores settle on any part of the HVAC system, they may start to grow and reproduce as long as moisture is present. And once established, a single patch can quickly spread throughout the entire system via ductwork or other components. 

The good news is that regular maintenance visits should catch any potential problems before they become serious issues.

Dangers of Mold Growth

When left unchecked, mold growth can cause several problems in your home. 

For starters, it contributes to poor indoor air quality, which can lead to health issues such as allergies or asthma attacks for some people. 

Also, mold growth may reduce your HVAC system’s efficiency because it blocks airflow through ducts or other components. 

Finally, if left unchecked for too long, significant damage could be done to parts of your HVAC system that would require costly repairs or replacements.


It’s natural for some spores to settle on various components within an HVAC system—but if not addressed promptly and correctly, those few spores could quickly turn into a full-fledged infestation! 

To keep yourself safe from potential health hazards and expensive repair bills down the road, make sure that you schedule regular maintenance visits with a qualified technician who will inspect each component thoroughly for any signs of growth—and take action quickly if any problems are found! 

Don’t let mold and other pathogens ruin your air quality! Pure Maintenance of Texas is here to help ensure you can take a deep breath without worry – for years to come. 

Get in touch today, so we can keep your HVAC system clean, healthy, and safe from unwelcome guests like mold.


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