As you know that cleaning your air ducts in home can improve the quality of the air you breathe. Dust and other allergens can become trapped in your forced-air system by entering through the return air vents or air leaks in your system. These air-conditioning and heating elements then force allergens into your home. The dirt in air ducts adheres to duct surfaces and does not necessarily enter the living space. It is important to keep in mind that dirty air ducts are only one of many possible sources of particles that are present in homes. The quality of the breathing air in your home can have a direct effect on the health of you and your family as dust and other allergens can cause allergic reactions and respiratory problems. It is important to help improve the indoor air quality of your home with your spring cleaning routine by cleaning your air ducts, carpet, and watching for mold.
Tips to improve indoor air quality in Home:-
- It is very important to clean your
indoor HVAC system on regular basis. Some HVAC maintenance tasks to improve air
quality include adjusting and cleaning fans, checking for refrigerant leaks,
and cleaning indoor coils to remove buildup of grime and mineral scales.
- It eliminates accumulated dust and
debris, improving air quality and reducing health risks that were caused by the
polluted air and also reduces the amount of built-up dust on surfaces inside a
building, as the air ducts are no longer transferring dust throughout the home
- If you want to do some DIY methods to your indoor air quality then you can go around to all your vents and registers and sponge them down and clean as far as you can reach. You can also use a vacuum hose to clean them even more.
At Squeaky Clean Duct in Melbourne, we can share with you your whole house Air Treatment to clean, disinfect and deodorize the air in your home 24 hours a day, naturally and without chemicals; then you can decide which best fits your concerns and needs.