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Duct Cleaning

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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Deep Cleaning Versus Air Whip Cleaning: Which is Better For Your Ducts?

Are your home’s air ducts in serious need of cleaning? Learn whether air whip cleaning or deep cleaning is ideal for your vents.  

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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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How Dust Can Lead to Household Pests

Dust doesn't just hurt your air quality. It can also introduce pests into your home. If you have dust accumulating in the corners of your house, you could also have bugs already there as well. Here's how dust can potentially attract pests, as well as what you can do to avoid it.

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Are Dust Mites Dangerous?

Dust mites. They sound terrible, but are they actually dangerous? Many people are terrified of any kind of mite within their home, but the truth is that mites are absolutely everywhere. There are even mites on your body right now. Here's what you need to know.

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Which Allergens Are Hiding In Your Vents?

Whether it’s tree pollen in April or ragweed in August, allergens around the Twin Cities area are a year-round aggravation. Allergy sufferers often seek refuge from these sneeze-causing, eye-watering menaces indoors. However, sometimes it seems like relief never comes. If you experience allergy symptoms inside your home, one culprit could be your own ventilation system.

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Thinking About Spring Cleaning? Don't Forget About Your Ducts!

If you're like millions of other homeowners in the Twin Cities, your thoughts are turning to spring cleaning. Not only does such an event signal the end of a long and harrowing winter, but it is also a chance to clean out the cobwebs from every corner of your home and invite the warm breeze inside to move the stale winter air out.

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The Warning Signs and Dangers of Clogged Dryer Vents

Laundry is something most of us do several times a week. You might even be doing laundry now. But when was the last time you cleaned out your dryer vent? A clogged dryer vent can quickly become a severe problem. Discover the warning signs and the reasons why it’s so important to regularly clean your dryer vents.

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Help Guard Against Spring Allergies by Having Your Ducts Cleaned

It can be hard to believe, but spring weather will be here faster than you think. It's not too early to start thinking about the allergies that come with the season. If you or someone in your family is prone to spring allergies, you probably know that you shouldn't open your windows to let the spring breezes come in and let the clean air out your home. Doing so could invite pollen and other allergens to enter your home and settle into places you can't see, such as your bedding, carpet, and furniture.

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