Don’t Panic if You See Black Particles Pouring from Your Vents

There’s no need to panic if you’ve spotted black particles pouring from your vents. Mold, corrosion, or insulation are usually the culprits. However, to be certain, have a professional evaluate your HVAC system. 

Meanwhile, you may assist avoid future accumulation by replacing your air filters on a regular basis and sweeping all vents and registers. You can maintain your HVAC system functioning properly for years to come with a little effort.

 

What Might be Causing the Problem?

There are three main culprits that might be causing the problem: mold, corrosion, or insulation. If you want to be certain, you should have a professional evaluate your HVAC system. They will most likely inspect the air handling units, variable air volume (VAV) boxes, reheats, induction units, and heat pumps, as well as any auxiliary equipment supplying the affected region. Once the cause of the problem has been identified, they may clean and repair your system so that the particles are no longer discharged into your house. 

How You Can Prevent Future Accumulation?

You can prevent future accumulation of black particles by replacing your air filters on a regular basis and sweeping all vents and registers. Doing this will help maintain your HVAC system functioning properly for years to come. 

If you see black particles pouring from your vents, don’t panic! It is most likely due to mold, corrosion, or insulation. To be certain, have a professional evaluate your HVAC system. Once the cause of the problem has been identified, they may clean and repair your system so that the particles are no longer discharged into your house. You can prevent future accumulation of black particles by replacing your air filters on a regular basis and sweeping all vents and registers. Doing this will help maintain your HVAC system functioning properly for years to come.

We offer air duct and dryer vent cleaning services in the Greater Sudbury area. Call or text  today for a free estimate at 705-996-4553

 

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