If you are like most Americans, you spend up to 90% of your time indoors. But many people don’t realize indoor air can be more harmful to your health than outdoor air. It can be filled with asthma and allergy triggers like dust mites, molds, bacteria, pet dander or other household irritants. The good news is you can do something about it like replacing air filters at least twice a year, using high-efficiency particulate air filters and cleaning your ductwork.
The air ducts in your home should be cleaned every three to five years. Cleaner air means better health, so if anyone in your home struggles with respiratory issues, the removal of contaminants can have a dramatic effect on breathing. Schedule a duct cleaning and sanitation today and ask about our whole home air filtration systems to improve your indoor air quality even more.