This is a common problem in the summer time in humid areas. The cool air conditioning passing through the air duct system condensates due to warm temperatures in the summertime. Then, especially in humid areas, the condensation does not evaporate and dry creating the perfect environment for black mold to grow. Black mold in your air duct system can present a health hazard to humans, potentially causing allergic reactions and respiratory problems. If you suffer from headaches, stuffy nose, or other allergic reactions while at home that go away when you are away from home, are signs you may have a mold problem. Environmental is a professional black mold remediation company that holds a Certified Mold Inspector and Certified Mold Remediation Contractor accreditation through MICRO. Environmental’s air duct mold service will solve your black mold problem with our 2 step chemical treatment process. Call us today or click for a free estimate.