Are you having problems with your air duct system? Have you considered before allergy season is here to have a technician clean your air duct system?
According to an article at angieslist.com, “Cleaning your Air Duct”
“When allergy season arrives, people with certain sensitivities pay close attention to the pollen count and allergy report to make sure they can survive the day. But even indoors, you can be prone to allergies due to your home environment.
Whether you suffer from asthma or some other respiratory ailment that sets off your allergy symptoms, here are some tips from HVAC experts about how to minimize allergens in your home and find allergy relief.
1. Clean your air ducts
According to Dave Ford, president of DUCTZ of Central Mid-Atlantic Region in Baltimore, the average home generates about 40 pounds of dust per year, which tends to accumulate in ducts, returns and registers. An air duct cleaning can clear out the pollen, he says, as well as pet dander and microbes that tend to mix with the dust.
“Your home is a closed loop, and thoroughly cleaning your HVAC system can keep those microbes from recirculating,” he says.” To read the entire article click here.