When you’re relaxing inside your home, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about the quality of the air that you’re breathing. Your home is supposed to be a safe haven from any threats like poor air quality, right?
Actually, some studies have shown otherwise. In fact, the EPA has estimated that the number of air pollutants present in indoor air can be 2-5 (or in some cases, 10) times higher than outdoor levels. Additionally, more than 150 known carcinogens have been found in both homes and offices. According to these numbers, love may not be the only thing in the air this Valentine’s Day!
Did you know that we can take care of much more than just the floors in your home or office? It’s true! We offer our customers a thorough air duct cleaning that is designed to reduce the number of allergens, pollutants, illnesses, and other harmful airborne organisms that might be present in your indoor air, all of which can find their way inside through a number of different ways. A few key reasons to get an air duct cleaning can include the following:
Health issues: Allergies, asthma, animal dander, and other respiratory problems can all be alleviated with a professional air duct cleaning.
Household changes: Events such as constant dusting, remodeling, new HVAC installation, and new foam insulation installation can all take a toll on the quality of your indoor air.
Emergency situations: An air duct cleaning is the best way to keep your air in tip-top shape following a fire, flood, attic insulation removal, mold removal, or pest extermination.
Though it may not always be at the top of your mind, a routine professional air duct cleaning is vital to dramatically improve the air quality inside your home or office. Cleaner air means easier breathing for you, your family, and your co-workers this Valentine’s Day and well into the spring. Don’t wait another day — call Carpet Tech now to schedule your professional air duct cleaning!
In the meantime, click below to learn more about air duct cleaning and the negative effects that poor indoor air quality can have on your home, your business, and those inside them.