You hear a lot on the news today about the air quality, from pollen and smog levels to other contaminants, outdoors that can impact how we feel and our overall health. What you may not realize is that your home’s indoor air quality is equal, if not more, important. The air you breathe at home may be fraught with pollen, pet dander, dust and other contaminants.
One of the main contributors to poor indoor air quality at home is your residence’s heating and cooling system. Dust particles, pet dander, pollen and other microscopic contaminants can settle in the home’s ductwork. When the heating or air conditioning system turns on it recirculates these pollutants throughout the air of your home.
Poor air quality has been linked to a variety of respiratory problems. Those who suffer from asthma or some other respiratory illness can find themselves particularly susceptible to poor indoor air quality. For others, it can cause allergy-like symptoms, such as itchy and watery eyes, runny nose and chronic sinus infections.
Taking some steps to improve your home’s indoor air quality can go a long way to improving your overall health and the health of your family. Since one of the biggest contributors to pollutants in your home’s air is dirt and dust that has settled in the ductwork, a thorough cleaning by a professional can go a long way to improving the air that you breathe at home.
By removing the dirt from your home’s heat and air conditioning ducts, you are able to drastically reduce the constant recirculating of these irritants through your home’s breathing air. As an added bonus, this may also cut down on the amount of dusting necessary throughout the home.
Soil-Away’s team of NADCA certified professionals provides homeowners with quality ductwork cleaning to remove the dust and dirt that is contaminating the air of your home. Hiring the Soil-Away team to clean your ductwork can go a long way to improving the quality of the air that you breathe every day.
For a thorough cleaning of your home’s ductwork contact Soil-Away at 603-641-6555.