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Is Duct Cleaning Really Necessary? Here’s What You Need to Know

Have you heard rumors that duct cleaning is a non-essential home service? Click to learn what you need to know about duct cleaning and why it’s essential for maintaining healthy indoor air. 

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Air Duct Cleaning During Winter: Should You Do It?

Now that winter is in full swing in the Twin Cities, you’re no doubt spending a great deal of time indoors. As your furnace works 24/7 to pump warm air throughout your home, you might have noticed you’ve developed more congestion than usual. Are your respiratory issues the sign of an impending cold? Maybe. Or are they caused by something else? Dirty air ducts, perhaps?

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3 Obvious Signs Your Home Is an Indoor Air Quality Disaster

Most people spend at least a little time each day cleaning and freshening up their living spaces so they look presentable. But wiping counters, dusting, vacuuming, and mopping only scratch the surface when it comes to getting your home truly clean.

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HVAC Maintenance: Why Regular Furnace Cleaning Is a Must

Having your furnace cleaned and inspected annually can go a long way toward preventing the need for a total furnace replacement. Even better, regular furnace cleaning can work wonders for maintaining healthy indoor air quality. In the Twin Cities, where we spend the majority of our winter inside, having high-quality indoor air is critical in the fight against seasonal illnesses and other bothersome symptoms.

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How to Choose a Duct Cleaning Company: 3 Traits to Look For

Is your HVAC system due for professional duct cleaning? Then it’s important to choose a reputable company that guarantees to do the job properly. Keeping your air ducts clean and functioning properly is critical for your HVAC system’s overall efficiency. More importantly, who you hire to maintain that system can make or break your heating and air conditioning performance.

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Duct Cleaning: Frequently Asked Questions You Should Know

If you’re considering having your ductwork professionally cleaned, you may have heard the service is somewhat unnecessary. Nothing could be further from the truth. Despite what you may have read, duct cleaning, when it’s performed on a regular basis, offers a number of benefits for both your HVAC system and your home.

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4 Sneaky Signs Your House is Due for Duct Cleaning

When it comes to keeping a clean house and maintaining healthy indoor air quality, keeping ductwork clean is one of the most important (and effective!) things you can do. But it’s not always obvious when your ducts are due for a thorough cleaning.

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Is Your Home Giving You Sick Building Syndrome?

Ever heard of sick building syndrome? Many people haven’t, and unfortunately, that lack of information is negatively affecting their health. At Dust Doctors, it’s always been our goal to help Twin Cities residents breathe the cleanest indoor air possible. And now, at a time when we’re spending more time indoors than ever, paying close attention to our indoor air quality is critical.

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5 Health Hazards of Living With Indoor Allergens

Allergens are everywhere outdoors — is the inside of your home a protective haven? For many people, the answer is, unfortunately, no. If you and your loved ones fall into that category, your health is likely at risk. The experts at Dust Doctors explain the potential health hazards of living with indoor allergens below.

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4 Common Household Items That Can Ruin Your Indoor Air Quality

Have you ever used perfume or cologne inside your home? Have you lit scented candles? Perhaps you’ve sprayed some air freshener after a trip to the toilet? These products are super common in the modern home, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re great for your indoor air quality.

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