Dirty Air Ducts are Affecting Your Family’s Health
You have probably heard, by now, about the necessity of regular air duct cleaning and filter changing. Air duct cleaning improves indoor air quality, which is good for your health. But have you ever thought about the consequences of not getting air duct cleaning?
There is “stuff” building up in your air duct like dust, pollen, pet or human dander, insects, and bacteria, circulating through your house and affecting your indoor air quality.
If your family is getting sicker than usual, experiencing symptoms like chronic coughing, headaches, sore throat, or sniffling, it could be a sign that you have dirty air ducts.
Homeowners should have their air duct cleaned every three to five months, but it actually depends on the region in which you live, how often you use the HVAC system, or do you have family members who have respiratory problems or health issues.
Duct cleaning generally refers to cleaning heating and cooling systems and air systems like air ducts, then air sanitizing and odor kill.
There is no better way to keep a clean home environment and ensure that your HVAC system runs properly than by calling a team of HVAC professionals and scheduling an HVAC cleaning appointment.