Posted on 8/2/2021 4:29 AM By Dust Doctors
If you’re an allergy sufferer, you know heading outdoors during allergy season can send your symptoms into overdrive. But what you may not know is that there could be several allergens lurking in your ductwork, and those allergens can trigger annoying symptoms even while you’re indoors. What kind of allergy-triggering substances might your ductwork be harboring? Read on to find out.
Posted on 11/16/2020 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
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.
Posted on 9/7/2020 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
If you suffer from indoor allergy symptoms, ask yourself: When was the last time you had your household ductwork cleaned? Do you even remember? Maybe never? It might come as a bit of a surprise, but there are several common allergens lurking inside your ducts, and unless you schedule routine duct cleaning, they’ll hang out there indefinitely.
Posted on 8/17/2020 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
If you suffer from indoor allergies, your ductwork may be partially to blame. Over time, air ducts can accumulate a substantial amount of dust and debris, and unless you clean it out, your health can suffer. Whether you’re dealing with sudden, unexplained allergy symptoms or your allergies have been plaguing you for years, professional duct cleaning can help provide you a reprieve. Below, the team at Dust Doctors explains why.
Posted on 3/23/2020 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Dealing with worse-than-normal seasonal spring allergy symptoms? If so, your household ductwork may be to blame — but professional duct cleaning can help you change that. Regular cleanings help eliminate a variety of toxins and contaminants from within your home by purifying the environment within your air ducts. Since clean ductwork can’t force dirty, particle-laden air into your living spaces, many common allergy symptoms become far less pronounced. Curious about what exactly duct cleaning does for your home? The experts at Dust Doctors dish the details below.
Posted on 12/9/2019 7:25 AM By Dust Doctors
Did you know the average person in the U.S. spends 90% of their time indoors? It’s true—with our reliance on technology for business, education, and entertainment, much of our lives are lived within the confines of a building. Unfortunately, indoor air is notoriously dirty—up to 10 times more polluted than outdoor air, according to some experts. Poor indoor air quality can trigger health issues in sensitive individuals, so if you’ve been suffering from unexplained symptoms, the air you breathe may be to blame. At Dust Doctors, providing healthy indoor air quality is our number one concern. Today, we’re here to discuss five common health conditions frequently triggered by dirty ducts.
Posted on 8/12/2019 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Homeowners in the Twin Cities Metro can improve their health and relieve allergy symptoms by having Dust Doctors complete duct cleaning and vent cleaning.
Posted on 3/4/2019 1:05 PM By Dust Doctors
It can be hard to believe, but spring weather will be here faster than you think. It's not too early to start thinking about the allergies that come with the season. If you or someone in your family is prone to spring allergies, you probably know that you shouldn't open your windows to let the spring breezes come in and let the clean air out your home. Doing so could invite pollen and other allergens to enter your home and settle into places you can't see, such as your bedding, carpet, and furniture.
Posted on 12/11/2017 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
One of the great travesties in the world of laundry is to purchase a brand new clothes dryer and never clean the vent. What this means in the long-run is that the dryer will probably only last about as half as long as it’s supposed to. While dryers have other maintenance needs, hiring us to clean the rear vent may the one that keeps it from breaking down the most. The length of the vent will determine how often and to what extent we need to clean it.
Posted on 10/17/2016 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Surprisingly, outdoor temperatures and weather can impact indoor dust levels. Whether you’re allergy-ridden every spring or are looking for ways to block out dust during summer, you should know how the world’s workings impact dust. Dust concentration absolutely differs on a month-to-month basis, and you should be prepared to protect the home front as the weather changes.
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