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Improving the Circulation of Your HVAC System

As summer approaches, you may notice that your HVAC system isn't working as well as it should be. There are a lot of factors that can contribute to a malfunctioning HVAC system, and one of them is poor circulation. If the air is cold but doesn't seem to be coming out as quickly as it should, that's likely your problem.

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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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Why Landlords Should Invest in Air Duct Cleaning

Many landlords do not give their rental properties the same attention that they give their own homes. One thing you may do for your own home but fail to do for rental properties is have the air ducts cleaned. There are many benefits associated with investing in air duct cleaning in your rental property, though. Learning about these three benefits can help you decide if it’s ideal for your rental home:

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Everything You Need to Know About A/C Coil Cleaning

Your air conditioning unit has many different parts. One part that plays a huge role in the function of your unit is the air conditioning coil, or A/C coil. The coil is responsible for cooling down hot air, helping to provide you with air the temperature you desire. Unfortunately though, if the coil is dirty, air may not be as cold as you would like. Cleaning your coil helps to ensure air gets as cold as needed.

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Are Your Energy Bills High? Find Out How We Can Help!

At Dust Doctors, we offer a variety of services that can to extend the lifespan of an appliance, while also helping to reduce your energy bills. If your energy bills are slowly getting higher each month, we may be able to help you to lower them. Here are three different services we offer and how the service can help to reduce your energy bills:

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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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Is Your Newly Purchased Home's HVAC System Ready to Use?

Stop! Before you move into your new home, there's one last thing to check: the HVAC system. While you may have already made sure it's working, there may still be some basic maintenance you should complete.

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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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Is There Mold in My Home's Ductwork?

Mold in your home’s ductwork can cause serious health risks for your family. The air quality experts at Dust Doctors in Minnesota explain how you can know if there is mold in your home’s ductwork and what you can do to get your air duct system clean and free of contaminants.

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