HVAC Mold Remediation Service in Detroit & Oakland

When mold and bacteria are present in HVAC and air duct systems, it is much harder to maintain a healthy working and living environment. HVAC systems constantly scatter spores of mold, which causes the infected region to grow much faster and wider than it would in a typical outbreak. Finding the extent and source of mold in an HVAC system can be difficult without a trained eye. AND the solution is Maher’s mold removal service which has a comprehensive remediation solution for you.

With over two decades of experience, we have gained the trust and reputation of providing the finest service in Lincoln Park, Macomb, and Wayne. So, don’t hesitate to call us at 248-368-0807 or contact us online.


Where does HVAC mold grow?

If your air ducts smell musty, your HVAC system may have mold in one of these parts:

  • Condensate drain: Drain pan water can be drained outside using this pipe. Sludge can build up in your drain line if you don't flush it annually.
  • Ductwork: If your air ducts are old or never sealed, moisture may be leaking in. If your air ducts are unclean and contain mold spores, the increased humidity might promote mold growth.
  • The evaporator coil: This element of your air conditioner removes heat and moisture. Dust can cover the coil without frequent maintenance. Dust and condensation from the coil might feed and hydrate mold.
  • The drain pan: High-efficiency air conditioners and furnaces remove interior dampness. Moisture compresses in a drain pan. A dirty, ignored drain pan can promote mold growth.

Choose Maher and Say Good-Bye to HVAC Mold

You might be wondering why we are the best HVAC mold remediation service provider. Here are a few of the reasons:

  • Proper Equipment
  • 24/7 emergency services
  • 4,800 Projects completed
  • licensed & insured company
  • Background checked
  • About two decades of experience
  • Directly work with the insurance company

So, rely on Maher and call us at 248-368-0807 or contact us online before it's too late.