Moldy Air Ducts

With all the rain and humidity we’ve been having here in South Louisiana, it’s no wonder we are receiving questions about moldy air ducts. Not to mention the mold issues in all the flooded properties. If you are wondering about moldy air ducts, we can help!

Do I Have Moldy Air Ducts?

Roof Damage

When a house floods and extensive mold forms, those mold particles are airborne. If you have been cycling the moldy air throughout your air conditioning system, you should have the ducts cleaned to help remove the mold and dirt. Mold feeds on dust, so the more dust you remove, the better. We are recommending people wait to have their ducts cleaned as the final step, after drywall and painting. If you are living in your house while renovations are taking place, we recommend duct cleaning after professional mold remediation, before you move in, and then one final duct cleaning after all drywall work is complete. Drywall is a nasty business! There is a lot of dust and debris, and that also cycles into your air system.

United Fire & Water Damage Of La, Llc Offers These Services

  • Water Damage Restoration
  • Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
  • Mold Remediation – LA State Lic #250487
  • Reconstruction Services – LA State Lic #555937

United Fire & Water Damage of LA, LLC services all of Southern Louisiana and can typically be on site for any restoration related emergency within 2 hours of first notice. 60 minutes in the Greater Baton Rouge area.