Make sure your indoor air quality is as clean as possible by changing your air filters often. This will dramatically cut down on irritants that can seriously affect your breathing. Check out our helpful tips below for more useful suggestions.
Airborne particles can affect your health
If you or someone in your family suffers from unusual headaches, sneezing, eye, nose or throat irritation, then it might be possible that there are tiny airborne particles floating in through your home. These tiny particles usually consist of dander or other unhealthy elements like silicates, fiberglass, or even toxic mold. We are experts in cleaning ductwork so that it's as spotless and germ-free as possible.
Don’t create additional problems with non-professional air duct cleaning
Having your air ducts cleaned is not something you should try to do yourself or take short-cuts doing. A professional team has the proper equipment and is trained to flawlessly clean your entire HVAC system, from the blower motor to your register outlets. Doing the job half-way can cause more harm than good since it will infuse more dirt and dust into the air you breathe. For yours and your family's sake, let our professionals handle it.
Decide on the best time for regular HVAC air duct cleaning
It’s common for people to opt for it after spring cleaning. It’s also a good idea to wait until the peak of the pollination season is over, so that the HVAC system and your house will have as little pollen inside as possible. Families with children and those with members having a chronic respiratory condition opt for air duct cleaning in the fall as well.