In normal occupation.edited.docx - <h1> Why You Should Clean Your HVAC Ductwork<\/h1> In our usual occupation we generate a lot of contaminants and air

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<h1> Why You Should Clean Your HVAC Ductwork</h1> In our usual occupation, we generate a lot of contaminants and air pollutants- such as dander, dust, and chemicals-at home. These contaminants are extracted by the HVAC systems and then recirculated through air ducts multiple times in a day. Over time, these contaminants build up in the ductwork. Air duct cleaning refers to the removal of dust, debris, and other contaminants within the ductwork. Since most of the ducts are located in less accessible areas such as behind walls and above the ceiling, it is best to use powerful vacuums to whisk away any debris and preventing it from recirculating in the house. Below are some reasons you should clean your ducts <h2>Quality indoor air quality</h2> Staying indoors during winter and summer is the only way to shield yourself from the extremes of weather. But we face another danger indoors. The air quality inside a building deteriorates when there's less fresh air circulation in your house. While less fresh air may not feel uncomfortable, it is terrible for your health. family members who suffer from allergies and asthma are vulnerable to the adverse effects of indoor pollution. Here are some examples of pollutants that may contribute to poor indoor quality Particles from tobacco smoke: if you are not the first owner of your home, there is a good chance that people have smoked in the building in the past and the smoke particles in your ducts. <ul> <li> Smog and outdoor pollution: if you are living in the city, your home might be exposed to pollution from cars, smoke from factories and other sources of exhaust and in the end they might have found their way into your HVAC ducts. </li> <li> Dust: This is the most common pollutant likely to find its way into your building and eventually into the ductwork. </li>
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