Posted on 12/17/2018 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
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.
Posted on 11/12/2018 11:20 AM By Dust Doctors
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.
Posted on 5/28/2018 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Whether it is summer or winter, humidity can wreak havoc on your HVAC system. Your system already collects dust and particles from the air, now add humidity to that, and the effects aren’t good. You are looking at having your inefficient heating and air conditioning, mildew, and possible harmful mold. That is why it’s a good idea to have your HVAC system cleaned regularly. This will help keep you and your family breathing in all of these allergens, which will be especially nice if you and your family have allergies.
Posted on 4/16/2018 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Your furnace is the primary source of heat during the winter. It can bring comfort to your entire household and keep you safe when the temperatures plummet. On the same token, the furnace can also be a source of toxic air that can affect you and your family's health without you even knowing it. Certain factors can determine both the condition of the furnace and the type of toxins it's releasing into your home. If your furnace is old and worn down, we recommend that you call an HVAC specialist to inspect the system. It may be time for a new furnace.
Posted on 12/18/2017 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
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 deliver the same results as if the vents were clean. Dust Doctors can clean the vents and air ducts in your home to keep the furnace from wearing out prematurely. We offer professional cleaning for all residential properties in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota area.
Posted on 11/14/2016 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Air ducts can be incredibly dangerous. Not only is the dust collected highly flammable, but air ducts themselves provide a place where a fire can smolder and spread. During the chilly winter months, many homeowners will be taxing their HVAC systems to the limit. A dust-covered heating system could quickly become a hazard.