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Don’t let allergens, pollen, and dust get the better of you this Spring!
Though often neglected, air duct cleaning should be an imporant part of your spring cleaning routine. Allergies tend to be quite bad in the Spring, as everyone with pollen allergies knows. The pollen counts get high and those of use who are allergic get coughs, sneezes, runny noses, etc. etc. etc.
What many allergy sufferers do not know is that indoor air pollution is frequently much worse than outdoor air quality (because it is in a confined space. Believe it or not, the EPA (Environment Protection Agency) ranks poor indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risks to public health.
It stands to reason that if you have not had your air duct system cleaned within the past few years, it is probably dirty, and if it is dirty, it is likely spreading:
- Other allergens, such as mold and bacteria
When you are doing your spring house cleaning, don’t you want the air to be clean too? If so, then cleaning your air ducts just makes sense.
There is a couple of steps that can be taken in the spring to ensure that your air ventilation system is functioning properly and providing you with contaminant-free-air.
1. Air filters should be changed. This is an easy and obvious one that people more often than not simply ignore. It is not expensive. People think that the air filter is not important, but it is one of the easiest ways to ensure that the air in your home is clean. Changing your air filters is a recommendation of the American Lung Association. You can trust those guys.
2. Inspect your Air Duct System. HVAC inspections should be done, and if needed, the systen should be cleaning. Your air duct system is more than the vents that you see. It is a hard network of pipes, ducts, vents, and more, and within this network, there are numerous areas that often trap contaminants (such as pollen and any other airborne particles that may have worked their way inside). According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), if there is visible dust, dirt or debris within the ductwork, your HVAC system likely needs to be cleaned. However this is not the only indicator that a system may need to be cleaned. It’s just one of many.
3. Hire a professional air duct cleaner. That is, if your system needs to be cleaned. No need for an air duct cleaner if your system is ship-shape. IT should be pointed out that not all duct cleaning companies should be trusted. Air duct cleaning carried out by non-qualified persons often has little or no benefit and can literally make indoor air quality problems worse. Not to mention that it costs you money. Make sure that your air duct cleaning company is certified by NADCA, the National Air Duct Cleaning Association.
Receive your free air duct cleaning estimate, and get a jump on your spring cleaning. Contact now Los Angeles Flood USA. Call 213-457-3420.
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