Air ducts are the lungs of your home, and they transport air into your family’s lungs. A typical home creates up to forty lbs of dust annually. Dirt, pollen, animal dander, mold spores, and chemicals linger in your air ducts and can affect kids and others with allergies, asthma, and sensitive immune systems.
Cleaning your air ducts greatly reduces the amount of dust and pollutants circulating through your home and your lungs, which in turn reduces dusting needs, headaches, sneezing, and coughing.
Look for yourself! Peek into the air ducts in your kitchen or by your front door. What you see is what your family is breathing.
80% of new and remodeled homes have construction debris in their air ducts, and ducts may never have been cleaned.
If there were tenants before you, anything they left behind is still circling through your air ducts and air.
Mold can live happily in the balmy moist air of your air ducts when it has access to nutritious dirt. Mold spores can trigger allergic or asthmatic reactions, and long-term exposure to low levels of mold can result in permanent chemical sensitivities.