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February 11, 2015
Take a moment to think about the quality of the air you and your family breathe each day. Unless you’ve actually had your home evaluated, it can be incredibly difficult to tell whether or not your indoor air quality is actually up to par. While you can occasionally smell poor air, it can also be odorless, affecting you and your family in a multitude of ways. Add to this the fact that dirty ducts may be adding to your energy bills each month, and it stands to reason why it’s so important to focus on fixing what could be a potentially bad situation.
Signs of Poor Ventilation
Even though it’s not always possible to tell whether or not you’re dealing with poor ventilation without doing some actual testing, there are a few warning signs that are important to pay attention to. These include:
Coughing and Sneezing
Irritation of Eyes, Throat, Skin or Nose
Whether or not you begin to experience these or similar symptoms can depend heavily upon the amount of time you spend in your home, and the extent of the issue at hand. Symptoms can add up cumulatively over time, however, something that many people don’t realize. The key to avoiding all of these problems entirely is to look towards duct cleaning, which serves as a highly effective tool for improving indoor air quality.
The Benefits of Duct Cleaning
There are numerous benefits associated with duct cleaning. Dirty ducts cause problems that are bound to progress over time if not properly dealt with. The sooner you can take action, the quicker you’ll enjoy the benefits. Clean ducts can help to reduce pollutants in the air and keep energy bills low, not to mention extend the life of ductwork and the lifespan of other home systems. These are long-lasting benefits that can add up to significant savings over time, and they all come from evaluating your home’s ductwork and performing a quality, thorough cleaning.
At Tom Rostron Company, we know there’s nothing more important than being able to rest easy about the quality of the air you breathe. Contact us today to learn more and schedule your duct cleaning appointment.