Make Duct Cleaning Part Of Your Spring Cleaning
As you open your windows to let in the fresh air of spring, it is a perfect time to think about duct cleaning. Having dirty air ducts can work against your spring cleaning, but a Power Vac duct cleaning can help you with this . While you’re cleaning your home your central heating or cooling device could be blowing the dust from your ducts back into your clean home.
We Vacuum, we dust but despite our best efforts dust always seems to come back. Dust happens. It’s a universal truth that as soon as you dust your furniture, more dust will collect. But, that doesn’t mean that the battle has to end there. Dust can be – and should be – fought. Why? Dust creates lots of problems, from eye irritation to lingering colds and allergies to that annoying itchy or runny nose. More importantly, it makes a house dirty and that attracts more dust. Not only that, but with newer construction practices our homes have become more air tight – which can lead to indoor air quality concerns. A professional duct cleaning removes all the dirt, bacteria, dust, fungi, and pet hair that has gathered in your ducts over the year.
Duct Cleaning Can Help With Allergies
While it is true that air duct cleaning alone does not cure health conditions like Asthma, allergies and other respiratory related conditions, vent cleaning does however, play an important role in prevention and treatment. By cleaning your HVAC system you will remove allergens like dust and mold from the duct work as well as residue from cigarette smoke. This can make it more comfortable for the allergy stuffier.