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From the monthly archives: June 2019

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Pet Contaminants in Your Air Ducts

Pets are a part of the family. They add joy and companionship to our lives. Unfortunately, pets carry hair and dander that can penetrate every aspect of your home, including the air ducts. Pet dander and dust can cause severe allergies, only worsened by circulated contaminated air. Regular air duct cleaning and vent cleanings are a great way to help prevent the circulation of pet contaminants and improve overall health and quality of life.

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Indoor Air Quality: More Than Dusting

Everyone hears about outside environmental concerns. But, the fact of the matter is that indoor air quality is worse than anything people face when they walk out their doors on a daily basis. The news does not get better when going indoors for work or school. An everyday person spends the majority of their time indoors and faces hidden dangerous pollutants.

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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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How to Determine When Air Ducts Need to Be Cleaned

The frequency in which your air ducts need to be cleaned varies based on many factors. Those who live in a dusty environment, have pets, or run their heating or cooling device often may need their ducts cleaned more frequently than those who do not. As the time between cleanings varies from household to household, you may be unsure of when your ducts need to be cleaned. Here are a few of the signs that can help you determine when your air ducts may need to be cleaned.

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