You work hard to have a nice home and of course you do everything you can to keep it clean and looking nice. What if we told you that a few feet away right in your own home there could be dirt, dust, contamination, mold ,mildew and even dead rodents.
Over time, bacteria mold and mildew may grow in your air ducts, especially in humid climates. In order to prevent these contaminates and air born spores from spreading through your house and making your entire family ill, you will want to ensure that your air ducts are inspected and cleaned on a regular basis.
According to EPA (United State Environmental Protection Agency) the air inside your home or office may be up to 10 times more polluted than the air outside. Allergic asthma rates have increased 74% since 1980 at least 50-60 millions U.S residents suffering from seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) or asthma. One out of six persons who suffer from allergies has a direct relationship to fungi and bacteria in the air duct systems.
Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other contaminants are pulled and vacuumed in to your air duct system every time that your air condition runs. In time this contaminants build up inside your air vents system to become a perfect breading ground for bacteria and fungi. So, when the air condition turned on this contaminants are pushed out and circulate inside your house polluting the indoor air quality.
It’s proven that removal of contaminants from the entire air vent system is most effective way to eliminate air duct pollution. Air duct cleaning will also help you maintain a dust free home it will help restore the air duct system capacity which will ensure a better airflow in less time for saving energy and heavy electricity bills.
Air duct cleaning is one of the most important steps to assure the health and safety of your family and as the maintenance routine of for your home. By cleaning your air ducts you prevent costly replacements and repairs of the HVAC system and you preserve the value and the efficiency of the HVAC system.