Why Do We Need Air Duct Sanitizing?
Air pollution is a commonplace therm that we hear on the almost daily basis. But, have you ever wonder what this therm really represents?
Air pollution refers to the release of the pollutants into the air. It is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air.
The pollutants usually are chemicals from factories, dust, car emissions, mold spores…These pollutants are highly harmful to the human health and planet in general.
Smog, for example, is the most prevalent type of pollution. It can irritate eyes, and throat and also damage the lungs. Pollution is especially bad for people with the respiratory system problems since it could trigger asthma.
When the air is polluted advice of experts is to stay at home with your windows closed. But, can you really protect yourself?
HVAC systems goal is to provide thermal comfort and indoor air quality. The system introduces outside air into your home and circulates it through the home. So sometimes indoor air quality could be much more worst than outdoor, especially if your HVAC system isn’t working properly.
What you can do to protect your health is to change your filters on a regular basis and sanitize air vents. An air sanitizer acts on airborne microorganisms by reducing their growth. It works as a disinfectant and sanitizer. Just remember cleaning and sanitizing is a work for a professional.
Having your air duct professionally cleaned creates:
- a cleaner living environment,
- reduces pollutants,
- helps everyone breathe easier,
- removes odor and
- improves airflow efficiency.