How Allergens get into your duct System

According to NADCA in reference to indoor air quality;

In a typical home, up to 40 pounds of dust is created annually through everyday living. These 40 pounds of dust consists of many asthma and allergy triggers like insect parts and droppings, human skin, house hold cleaning chemicals, pet hair and dander and more. These contaminants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated to the home 5 to 7 times per day, on average. Over time, this circulation causes a build-up of contaminants in the duct work.

Not only are these contaminants triggers for allergies but also they are food sources for mold and other bacteria/fungi to feed and colonize in your heating ventilation and air conditioning system.

Proper cleaning of the Duct and A/C system will remove these contaminate and improve indoor air quality dramatically.  All collection units DUCTZ uses contain individually tested HEPA filters. This ensures that all contaminate are trapped in our equipment and removed from your home.

Common Indoor Irritants

Pollen | Microbial Growth | Bacteria and Viruses | Dust Mites |Pet Dander

What you can do to help the air quality in your home

of WebMD wrote an article giving you 5 ways to improve your indoor air quality.
  1. Keep your floors fresh.

  2. Keep a healthy level of humidity.

  3. Make your home a no-smoking zone.

  4. Test for radon.

  5. Smell good naturally.

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These Five steps, along with proper duct cleaning, can greatly help you reduce the amount of contamination present in your home. At DUCTZ, we don't just want to clean you ducts, we want to provide you with solutions that will help you maintain the best indoor air quality.