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Indoor Air Quality: More Than Dusting

Everyone hears about outside environmental concerns  person spends the majority of their time indoors and faces hidden dangerous pollutants

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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:

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Skin Issues That Can Be Caused By Dust

Dust is unsightly, but is it dangerous? In addition to lung issues, dust can also cause skin-related issues. This can lead to itching, redness, soreness, and cracked skin. Here are a few issues that can occur.

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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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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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The Benefits of Having a Professional Clean Your Dryer Vent

It is recommended that your dryer vent be cleaned at least once per year. Those who use their dryers more frequently may want to have theirs cleaned even two or three times per year.

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Can Air Duct Cleaning Help With Allergies?

For allergy sufferers, allergy season can be torture. What many do not realize is that the sneezing, sinus pressure, and congestion may be worsened by the air quality in your own home. Getting a grip on your family’s allergies may be as simple as hiring a professional team to clear allergens from your HVAC system. At Dust Doctors, our air duct cleaning experts can get your air ducts clean and fresh and help your family breathe freely again. We’ve put together this handy guide to how air duct cleaning can help relieve allergies.

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Are Dirty Air Ducts Affecting Your Allergies

When it comes to allergies, breathing your home air is typically the biggest source of irritation. Dust and debris in your HVAC system and air ducts can aggravate even minor allergies. Little Canada, Minnesota based Dust Doctors can help eliminate pollen and allergens living in your ventilation system. We offer professional, affordable HVAC duct and vent cleaning services to improve your home air quality. Let's examine the multitude of ways dirty air ducts can impact your allergies, and what to do about them.

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5 Worst Air Contaminants in Your Home

Many contaminants keep the air in your home from being fresh. Sometimes it’s not even safe to breathe the air in our homes due to these impurities. “Sick building syndrome” and triggering your allergies are common issues you can avoid when you know what to do. HVAC cleaning makes a noticeable difference in air quality.

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How Do You Know if Your Air Ducts are Dirty?

You may never think about your HVAC system or the ducts channeling the air throughout your home until a problem arises. What you may not realize is that problems are already happening right under your nose. The HVAC system may be polluting the air in your home, making it more difficult to breathe. Dirty air can also lead to respiratory problems. But how do you know if your air ducts are dirty? Read below to find out more.

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