The cleanliness of the air ducts in your home or office directly relates to the quality of the air you breathe. If you neglect changing your air filters on a regular basis, the probability of there being build up accumulation in your air ducts escalates greatly. Just think if you haven’t checked your ducts in quite some time, you really have no idea what might be hiding in them. And if your home or office has issues with humidity, there could be mold or mildew growing in your air ducts. Not only is that bad for the life of your HVAC system, it’s alarming for your family’s health.

Below is a list of health issues that could be caused or made worse by dirty air vents:

  • Sore throat
    • Raspatory issues
    • Allergies
    • Heightened Autoimmune Disorders

Some homeowners are more susceptible to these pollutants than others. Allergy and asthma sufferers, as well as young children and the elderly tend to be more vulnerable to the types of poor indoor air quality that air duct cleaning can help address. Dirty air ducts no longer filter indoor air like they are supposed to, the dust in your home is no longer removed, but directly circulated. 

Regularly cleaning air ducts not only makes your air more pleasant to breath, but it also leaves your family or co-workers much healthier. When you’re ready to take care of those air ducts, make sure you choose a qualified professional air duct contractor to ensure the job is done right.  The National Air Duct Cleanser Association recommends cleaning your air ducts every three to five years. The EPA recommends you have your air ducts cleaned on an as-needed basis. Either way your ducts need to be cleaned to prevent health hazards.

Pure AirCare

 air duct cleaning specialist

 (716) 367-8137