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How to Maintain Your Home’s Air Quality Through the Winter

Maintaining your home’s air quality through the winter when your doors are closed and fresh air is scarce can be a challenge. Dust Doctors in Minnesota discusses the steps you can take to maintain your home’s air quality through the cold winter months in Minnesota.

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How Does Whole-Home Humidity Control Work?

The humidity levels in your home can mean the difference between a tolerable or uncomfortable environment. Dust Doctors in Minnesota explains how whole-home humidity control works to keep the humidity in your home at its most comfortable level year round.

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How a Comfort Keeper Annual Plan Can Save You Money

If you’re a homeowner, you know that little expenses in your HVAC system can add up over time. Dust Doctors in Minnesota explain how our Comfort Keeper annual plan can save you money and help you prevent unexpected problems when it comes to protecting your HVAC system.

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Protecting Your Home From a Dryer Vent Fire

Did you know that dryers are one of the leading causes of home fires? In fact, dryers are responsible for tens of thousands of house fires each year in the United States. The filter in your dryer does not always manage to catch all of the lint created when you do laundry. Dryer lint in your dryer vent can catch fire and quickly ignite a serious blaze in your home. At Dust Doctors in Minnesota, we can help you protect your home from a dryer vent fire by cleaning your dryer vent before it becomes a problem.

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Preparing Your Air Ducts for Your Holiday Visitors

Fall is in the air, which means cool weather, pumpkin spice treats, and falling leaves. Before long, the holidays will be upon us, and with the holidays come holiday guests. When your house is decorated with twinkling lights and filled with friends and family, the last thing you want to worry about is the air quality in your home. At Dust Doctors in Minnesota, we can freshen up the air in your home by cleaning out your home’s ducts and HVAC system. Our professional air duct experts can help you get your home prepared for your holiday visitors.

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How BreatheCLEAN Purifies an Entire Home

Making sure your home’s air quality is fresh and clean is important to the health of your family. With all the time your family spends inside your home, you need to make sure the air they are breathing is free of allergens and contaminants. Especially in the winter, when doors and windows are closed most of the time, a home’s air can accumulate a wide range of particles which continue to circulate.

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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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Why You Should Keep All Air Vents Open in Your House

When it comes it comes to heating your home, closing the vents in unused rooms is more damaging than beneficial. With heating and cooling accounting 50 percent of your energy bill every month, it is important to leave the vents open in every room in the house to cut down on energy costs.

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How Often Should You Have Your Ducts Cleaned?

If you have recently noticed that your HVAC system is performing poorly or that the air in your home dirty, you may need to have your air ducts cleaned. A regular cleaning will purify the air and keep your AC unit clear of dirt and dust buildup.

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Dirty Return Vents May be Affecting Your Furnace's Efficiency

Clogged air vents and filter are the leading cause of furnace problems. Dust and debris in the vents, ducts, and filters inhibit airflow throughout the home. The furnace has to work harder to maintain a warm and safe environment during the Minnesota winters.

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