The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that Indoor Air Quality has deteriorated to the point where the air inside our homes may be five to ten times more polluted than outside air! Regular inspection and cleaning of air ducts greatly reduces these problems traced to dust and air contaminants from dirty air ducts…
Air ducts pick up lots of debris that contribute to poor indoor air quality. Even worse, they recirculate dirty air, making the problem worse. Here are a few examples of how this happens
Excess moisture from several sources accumulates in homes with poor ventilation further aggravated by dirty air ducts. This can quickly lead to indoor air contamination. Here are few examples of how moisture can build up:
Smoke and the particulates it emits are another source of indoor air contamination. This comes from fireplaces, wood stoves, and dirty furnaces. Gas space heaters in rooms with poor ventilation are another sources. Even candles can contribute to polluted indoor air. Tobacco products are well-documented sources for chemical contaminants as well.
Some cleaning agents, paints, adhesives, graphics and craft materials and other products emit harmful VOC chemicals that can easily become vapors or gas. If they are used or stored in the home, they can release air pollutants. Some of these products are in tobacco products as well. In certain areas the ground beneath the home emits natural radon gas another source for indoor air pollution.
The air ducts are brush-vacuumed using the Rotobrush® air duct cleaning system also removing the allergy and disease-causing contaminants that continuously circulate throughout the air duct system. We will then sanitize your air ducts and vents with an environmentally safe sanitizer commonly used in hospitals and nursing homes. This reduces the risk of contaminant growth and leaves behind a fresh scent. This advanced cleaning method leaves fresh, clean and virtually contaminant-free air in your home or office.