With cooler days and chilly nights upon us, people are turning off the air conditioner and turning on the heat. Many do so without giving thought to the buildup of muck and grime inside their furnace’s air duct system—until that burning smell permeates the air. Suddenly the poor air quality infiltrating your carpets, drapes, upholstery, even bed linens and your clothing, have you coughing, sneezing, wheezing, etc.
Why Ductwork Should be Cleaned?
Duct work should be inspected and cleaned every two to three years on average, or less for those who suffer with severe allergies. However, because the furnace is ‘out of sight out of mind,’ most people don’t remember to schedule a routine Montreal air duct cleaning until the jolting reminder of stinky, dusty air hits them in the face. This scenario is actually pretty normal in most homes at the start of Fall weather. What isn’t normal is living with dirty air ducts when there is a way to clean them so you and your family can breathe again.
While it’s essential to remove accumulated dust, dirt and debris, other unseen offenders such as mold spores and allergen particles should be eliminated to improve air quality and to protect the health of everyone in your home. Cleaning your duct system using EPA approved, environmentally friendly products that remove harmful bacterium and leave the air fresh and pure, not heavy with chemicals, is the best way to achieve these results.
Our fully trained and qualified ventilation technicians can do just that! Contact us today for a free quote and schedule your air duct cleaning today!
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