JPS staff are trained and certified for Mold assessment, remediation and abatement.

Fan Coil Mold growth

The insulation that lines the inside of the Fan Coil Unit can, over time, become a breeding ground for different types of mold “colonies” as the “ideal” conditions of high humidity, no light, and warmth are all present. JPS staff are Trained and Certified to assess and remediate mold. We will provide a Remediation Plan to clean existing mold and address issues to help minimize the re-occurrence of mold growth.

Each level of mold contamination requires the appropriate containment and course of action. This will include various levels of mold remediation from simple treatment, insulation removal, complete FCU replacement or retrofit.

The bottom line is that the issue of mold in residential Fan Coil Units is a normal occurrence and should be properly addressed as a maintenance issue. JPS staff will have all the details you need to proceed with addressing the problem quickly and efficiently!

 Call for a free fan coil mold assessment

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Actual examples of mold growth in clients fan coil units.

Actual examples of mold growth in clients fan coil units.

Stripped, disinfected and re insulated.

Stripped, disinfected and re insulated.


Understanding Mold

Some companies advertise “mold removal” and may even guarantee to remove all mold. This is a fallacy because removing all mold from a house or business is impossible; microscopic mold spores exist almost everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. Here are the facts:

  • Mold is present almost everywhere, indoors and outdoors.

  • Mold spores are microscopic and float along in the air and may enter your home through windows, doors, or AC/heating systems or even hitch a ride indoors on your clothing or a pet.

  • Mold spores thrive on moisture. Mold spores can quickly grow into colonies when exposed to water. These colonies may produce allergens and irritants.

  • Before mold remediation can begin, any sources of water or moisture must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold may return.

  • Mold often produces a strong, musty odor and can lead you to possible mold problem areas.