Have you ever turned on your heater or central air for the first time of the year and got a face packed with dust come whooshing out of the vent? That is a great way to tell if your unit is working, but it is not very healthy! Dust blowing around your house every tie the heater or air conditioner runs is not just unsightly, it can make you ill.
If your family is sneezing and coughing it may be due to all of the gathered dust being blown into the air. Breathing in dust and animal hair dander can cause upper respiratory infections, and it is miserable, specifically if you have dust or dander allergies. The rest of your house could be spotless, but let’s admit; most people do not have the capabilities to clean their own duct work. Specialists do have those tools which is why we count on them for our cleaning needs.
Duct work in your kitchen, bath and laundry room will have a lot of moisture choosing them. The thought that there may be mildew and mold prowling beyond the vents is not really enjoyable. The interior of the ducts is dark and comfy and when you add in the wetness that settles in there, it is a prime breeding ground for mold and mildew. This mold or mildew will become airborne when the air journeys through he ducts. A thorough cleaning by an expert air duct service will remove this worry.
Cleaning your air ducts will insure that you are providing your family with a pleased, healthy dust free home. It will also indicate that you will spend less time dusting everything else in your home time and time again. You will also conserve yourself some money by not needing to purchase many dusting and polishing items. Why not take that money and let an expert clean your air ducts, while you invest your additional time enjoying your household in a clean dust free house?
Still uncertain if it is an investment you are willing to make? Take one of your vents off, wrap your arm in an old white sheet and reach as far down into the duct work as possible … just don’t get your arm stuck! What do you see when you bring your arm out?