Pet dander contains tiny allergens that can exacerbate breathing problems and allergic reactions, as well as asthma attacks. Our modern air duct cleaning process eliminates pet dander completely. For advice on how you can maintain a clean indoor air quality, check out our tips below.
Keep your air ducts dry from floor cleaning or accidental spills
When cleaning your floors, be sure that your air ducts don't become wet from water or cleaning fluids. Be sure to always wipe up accidental spills too, as mold and other microbes can easily begin growing inside your air ducts. When you schedule air duct cleaning with us, our team does the most thorough job possible to remove these pollutants and other irritants from your air ducts to provide you with clean and fresh, breathable air all year long.
Soot from burning candles can accumulate in your air ducts
If you’ve burned a lot of candles lately during a birthday or holiday celebration, there’s a possibility that soot may have accumulated inside your air ducts. When this happens, it can become a breeding ground for germs and bacteria that will aggravate any existing health issues you or your family might have. After we clean your air ducts, you and your family will not only breathe healthier air, but your HVAC system will also run more efficiently.
Take several essential steps to deal with poor indoor air quality
Having proper door and window insulation is important. The same applies to frequent HVAC air duct cleaning and air filter replacement. You should not underestimate the effectiveness of weekly vacuuming and cleaning, especially if you live in an area with a higher concentration of dust particles in the outdoor air.