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From the monthly archives: January 2016

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Duct Cleaning: The Basics

The air ducts that run through your home are an integral part of its interconnected systems. You count on them to work behind the scenes to provide your home with the fresh air that is needed for you and your family to stay healthy. Truth be told, however, you probably do not give much thought to the intricate network of ductwork that criss crosses your home. To protect your health, though, you need to have your ducts cleaned on a regular basis. 

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Should You Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned This Winter?

People typically associate deep cleaning chores with the spring. However there are certain things that are beneficial to do in the winter instead or as well. Professional duct cleaning is one of those chores that should not be put off no matter what time of year it is. In fact there are benefits to having your ducts cleaned in the winter month in particular.

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The Importance Of Cleaning Your Ducts With Pets Or Smokers In The Home

People who own multiple pets need to be sure they are having their AC ducts cleaned on a regular basis. Pet hair can gather in someone's ducting and cause a number of problems in the future. Clogging will make someone's AC unit run overtime in order to get the right amount of cool air into the home, which can increase someone's electricity bill drastically. If someone has more than two cats in their home or dogs that shed frequently, then they need to be sure they are having the ducting cleaned out often—at least every six months, maybe more depending on how many animals there are or how many people are living in the home. The hair gathered in the ducting will also capture bacteria and other debris that can be pushed back into the home later on, which may cause lung issues for the people living there.

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