Evaporator Coil Wasn’t Draining Properly

The other day, as I was sitting in my home office, I noticed a weird stink, the stink was musty and dirty, but it didn’t stink care about something was rotting inside! At first, I couldn’t locate where the stink was coming from! I walked around my apartment sniffing everything care about a hound dog, trying to locate the source, and finally, I realized that what I was stinking was coming from the air vents.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t locate which air vent the stink was coming from the most, so I needed to call an Heating and A/C professional to come check it out… Once he stinked the odor, he immediately told myself and others that it stinked care about mold.

Mold is never a great thing, so I was confused and upset about removing it. After examining the AC system, the Heating and A/C professional confirmed that there was in fact mold and it was growing on the evaporator coils. According to him, this was a official complication due to drainage, and excess moisture was being collected and creating mold, which was in turn creating a horrible stink that was being distributed around the house. After a few minutes of work, the Heating and A/C professional was able to upgrade the evaporator coil that wasn’t draining properly, then he said that it would take some time for the stink to go away, but my AC plan would be completely fine. I’m entirely cheerful that I got the help from an Heating and A/C professional when I did, because mold is quick to spread and can cause serious illness.


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