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From the monthly archives: July 2018

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Your Duct System: A Complete Diagnosis From Dust Doctors

Your home’s duct system is often easily overlooked but vital to the health and safety of your home. Your ducts are your home’s respiratory system, and keeping them healthy is one of the simplest, most important things you can do for your family’s overall safety and well-being.

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Whole-Home Air Purifier Vs. Portable Air Purifier: Which is Best?

Your home’s air quality is important to the wellness of your family. Your HVAC system can work like a giant filter, with plenty of unpleasant contaminants coming to reside in your air duct system. Mold, mildew, biological organisms, infestations, and allergens can all affect your family’s health, causing asthma, allergies, and illness. Many families rely on air purifier systems to help keep the air fresh and clean between duct cleanings.

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The Air Whip Cleaning Process: How We Do It

One of the most important things you can do to keep the air quality in your home healthy is to clean your HVAC system’s air ducts regularly. Air ducts contain microbes, dust, mold, mildew, allergens, contaminants, and any number of problems that can make your home’s occupants sick. A dirty HVAC system is also far less efficient than a clean one. But it’s not enough to clean what is easily seen and diagnosed. Dust Doctors in Little Canada, Minnesota, offer an expert air whip cleaning process to keep your ducts clear and the fresh air flowing.

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AC Unit Cleaning: Why Cleaning Your Air Ducts Is Not Enough

The HVAC system in your home plays an essential role in keeping your home’s airflow clean and fresh. The outdoor air conditioning unit is a key part of your HVAC system, but many homeowners know very little about maintaining it. Keeping this unit clean and maintained is important to keeping your HVAC until running efficiently.

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