Poor air quality within your home can have a serious impact on the health of you and your family. When it comes to poor air quality, one of the biggest culprits is your home’s ductwork. Even a small amount of moisture can give rise to all sorts of unpleasant growths such as mold, mildew, and fungi. As fans push air through the ductwork, that air can loosen small particles and mold spores, spewing them out through your vents. You may not even realize it, but these tiny particles could be setting you and your family up for ill health. So how exactly do these growths affect your wellbeing? The professionals at Dust Doctorsin the Twin Cities metro area are here to explain.



If you suffer from seasonal allergies, then you’re all-too-familiar with the sneezing, stuffiness, watery eyes, and wheezing that accompany the spring and summer seasons. But if your symptoms start popping up inside your home as well as outside it, you’ve got a problem. Mold growth inside your vents can stir up your typical outdoor allergy symptoms, causing you round-the-clock suffering. And even though your home is typically your safe haven from allergy-causing particles, dirty ductwork can make it difficult to find relief. If your allergies have gotten out of control, the professionals at Dust Doctors can get your air quality back on track.



Mold circulation within your home can result in some seriously irritating skin issues. Dermatitis, an umbrella term for skin irritation, can often result from mold growth inside your home. Humid, warm environments encourage rapid mold growth. Because HVAC systems can easily accumulate moisture in these types of environments, it’s important to pay close attention to the state of your ducts. If you’ve noticed unexplained itchy skin, rashes, blistering, or redness on you or your family members, it’s a good idea to inspect your ductwork for mold.



Have you been feeling exhausted even though you get plenty of sleep? Are unrelenting headaches keeping you from performing your best? Mold growth inside your home could be to blame. Research has shown that people who suffer from chronic fatigue are more likely to have mold toxins in their urine than healthy people.


Similarly, chronic headaches that don’t respond to your usual painkillers may be the result of neurotoxicity caused by over-exposure to mold spores. And here’s the real kicker: When you don’t feel well, where do you tend to hide out? Yep, inside your house. Have your vents and ductwork thoroughly cleaned, and you may just notice your symptoms improve drastically.



To keep your home and family healthy and happy, good air quality is essential. If you’ve noticed unexplained, annoying symptoms, give the professionals at Dust Doctors a call. We can conduct a thorough inspection of your system and perform the appropriate cleaning to get your ductwork back in tip-top shape. To request a quote or schedule your appointment, contact our team at 651-319-9777.

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