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Ensuring your HVAC system is clean and properly cared for is an essential component in maintaining healthy indoor air quality. A properly maintained heating and cooling system can also cut down your annual energy costs by improving energy efficiency. At Dust Doctors, our Comfort Keepers maintenance plan is designed to deliver both cost savings and peace of mind through annual A/C and furnace cleaning, along with regular maintenance. If you haven’t yet opted for our annual HVAC service plan, here’s why you should consider it:
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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.
Most people never think twice about their indoor air quality—but that’s a dangerous mistake. According to a report published by the CDC, “walking into a modern building can sometimes be compared to placing your head inside a plastic bag that is filled with toxic fumes.” Yikes.
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