For houses with uneven temperatures, the cooling technicians can integrate the HVAC brands into zones to help give each zone a specialized temperature setting.
It had been a while since I took my vacation days. I had been feeling exhausted, and when the doctor diagnosed me with fatigue, I decided to take a week off and rest. On the first day, I decided to clean my home. I would be lightly cleaning, more like dusting, as the point was to rest. I was shocked to discover mold in my upstairs bedroom. I never went into the bedroom as it was my guest room. It also felt cold even though the digital thermostat showed the heat pump was set to cool temperature because of the summer heat. The more I thought about the mold, the more the issue revealed itself in my head. The cooling equipment’s effect was not reaching the upstairs rooms, which meant there could be an issue with the system. I called the local business and booked an appointment with the cooling representatives. Later that day, they visited my house and ran a comprehensive HVAC maintenance on the quality air conditioner, revealing that it was working fine apart from a few worn-out components. The HVAC technician knew a lot about residential HVAC, and after I told him about the mold, he recommended a zone HVAC. For houses with uneven temperatures, the cooling technicians can integrate the HVAC brands into zones to help give each zone a specialized temperature setting. The professionals also advised me to get an indoor air cleaning system that would help improve the air quality within my house once the mold was removed. I have been checking for any sign of mold for the past few months. There is no sign of regrowth. If I stick with the HVAC service plan, the mold will not return.