With the new year upon us, many people have made resolutions to quit smoking. When it comes to remaining smoke-free, you have to consider your environment, as well as your habit. If you smoked in your home, then you should consider getting your ducts cleaned to remove the smoke from your home.

Quit Easier with Clean Ducts

Trying to quit smoking is tough, but it’s admirable. Not only will you save money, but you will also improve your health. Unfortunately, remaining smoke-free is tough when you have the remnants of smoke in your home in your ductwork. When you are heating or cooling your home, the smoke will float through the air and may entice you to smoke.

Cleaning Your Ducts Helps Eliminate Odors

If you want to improve the smell of your home, then you need to get your ductwork cleaned. Even if you aren’t a smoker, but a smoker smoked in your home, then you must remove the remnants of smoke that have settled in your ductwork. Although opening windows and doors can help, doing so won’t eliminate the smell.

Removes Harmful Contaminants from the Air

Unfortunately, just because someone stops smoking, it doesn’t mean the contaminants in cigarettes and cigars have disappeared. These harmful chemicals linger. If someone has ever smoked in your home, then it’s possible you are breathing in that contaminated air every day.

Helps People with Respiratory Problems Breathe Easier

If you live with someone or someone visits you who has respiratory problems and smoke is in the air, they may experience a difficult time trying to breathe. The contaminants in the air make it hard for them to get enough oxygen to refresh their lungs. In many instances, your guests may not want to say anything due to fear of offending you; however, when someone has trouble breathing, it can easily turn into a life or death situation if they have an asthma attack.

At the Dust Doctors, we can help you refresh the air in your home by cleaning your ducts. Once your ducts are cleaned, you can breathe easier and remain smoke-free (if you are quitting). We encourage you to give us a call today so that you can improve your health and your family members’ health today.

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