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Indoor Air Quality

Moving Soon? Make Sure Your New Home’s Air Ducts Are Clean

No one wants to move into a new home that potentially has dirty air ducts from the previous owners. A professional air duct cleaning can ensure your air ducts are perfectly clean before you move in. 

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Do You Have Pets? Here’s Why You Should Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Are you a pet owner? While cuddly and fun, pets can wreak havoc on your home’s air duct system in many ways. Here’s why you should have your air ducts cleaned if you’re a pet owner. 

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4 Tips for Reducing Dust in Your Home

Reducing the amount of dust in your home can reduce the frequency in which you need to dust and make the air healthier to breathe. This can be especially important for those who suffer from allergies or breathing conditions, such as asthma. If you are looking to reduce the amount of dust in your home, you may be unsure of where to start. Here are four tips that can help you reduce the amount of dust in your home:   1.      Use an Air Purifier The first tip for reducing dust in your home is to use an air purifier. You can use room air purifiers or use a whole home air purifier. An air purifier constantly pulls air in from your home and cleans the air, removing impurities such as pet dander, pollutants, pollen, and dust.   2.      Get Rid of Carpet The second tip for reducing dust in your home is to get rid of carpet. Carpet may be soft and plush, but its fibers can trap dust and hold it in. When you, your children, or your pets walk across or l ...

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What to Expect When You Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Air duct and vent cleaning is something that should routinely take place in your home. Unfortunately, many households do not have this process completed frequently, if ever. If you are having your air ducts and vents cleaned and you have never had it done before, you may find yourself wondering what to expect of the process. Here is what to expect when you are having your vents cleaned.

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Cleaning Your Vents Can Remove Unwanted Odors

No one wants to live in a home that has an unpleasant odor. Unfortunately, not every scent is easy to remove. If you have a smell in your home, you may have tried everything from airing your home out, to deep cleaning, to changing the filters on your HVAC unit to help get rid of the smell. If the smell still remains, it may be time to have air duct cleaning done.

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How you can regulate temperatures in your home

Does it feel like you are constantly going to war with your thermostat? You may set the unit to one temperature, but it feels like your home is always warmer or cooler than you want it. If this is the case, it is time to take action to end thermostat wars in your home, and start regulating the temperature of your heating and/or cooling unit. Here are the steps you need to take:

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How Indoor Air Quality Affects Your Family's Health

You spend a lot of time in your home. The quality of the air that you are breathing within your home can impact both your own and your family's health for the both the short term and long term. Because of this, it is important to regularly replace your air vent filters, the filters on your heating and cooling unit, and have your ducts cleaned every three to five years. Here are a few of the ways that indoor air quality can affect your health:

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