Air Ducts and HVAC Cleaning
As winter is in full swing, here are some things to consider while we're all hunkered down in the freezing temps waiting to be able to open the windows again:
-Do your kitchen, bathroom and laundry room have adequate ventilation and exhaust fans?
-Do you change your air filters regularly?
-When cleaning or doing laundry, do you use bleach, ammonia or aerosol spray cans?
-Is your gas fireplace/gas stove checked yearly for emissions?
-Was your home built before 1978? If so, has it been checked for lead-based paint?
-Do your bathrooms have carpet?
-Do you smoke in your house?
Causes of Indoor Air Pollution:
-Asbestos building products (when dislodged, no longer intact)
-Biological contaminants (mold, dust mites, viruses, pet dander).
-Formaldehyde found in pressure treated wood.
-Lead in pre-1978 house paint.
-Particulates found in dust, pollen, cleaning sprays and poorly ventilated areas.
-Volatile organic compounds including household cleaning products, pesticides and aerosol propellants.
Having the ducts in your home or business cleaned can eliminate contaminants like mold and irritants in your home. SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County uses a proven Portable Ventilate and Duct Cleaning System to examine duct work and make a clean sweep, removing years of dust and grime.
Other benefits of cleaning the ducts and HVAC:
-Lowers indoor air pollution
-Reduces pet dander
-Eliminates offensive odors
-Restores peak operating condition
-Prolongs the life of the system.
Call us today to schedule your duct cleaning! 845-831-3600
However, duct cleaning is not always necessary. We will make recommendations about the best way to address any indoor air quality concerns. This can save you money and provide peace of mind on the health of your system.
The benefits of servicing your HVAC unit include:
- Helps to restore peak energy efficiency.
- May help to eliminate offensive odors.
- Helps reduce the potential for mold growth.
For more information on HVAC and air duct cleaning, call us today, (845) 831-3600.