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Keep Your Property's Air Ducts Clean of Allergens

Your property's air ducts is your home's way of breathing; it takes air in and exhales it back out. In order to ensure that it is expelling clean air for you to breathe, it is of the utmost importance that you routinely have your air ducts maintained. Our team at Indoor Air Specialist in Houston, Texas, is here to help your property be the best that it can be.


Air Conditioning Duct Cleaning

Everyday living for you, your children, and your pets causes a significant amount of pollutants to make their way into your air conditioning ducts. According to NADCA, the average 6-bedroom home creates approximately 40 pounds of dust that is circulated through your air ducts every year. This dust and pollutants, includes cat dander, dog hair, and even chemicals being circulated throughout your house every time your air conditioner runs.

In fact, when impurities make their way into your AC unit, they will be re-circulated anywhere from 5 to 7 times a day. As this occurs, filth and grime build up inside your ducts and contaminate the air you breathe.

Breathing unhealthy air is a serious concern for those who are healthy, but to those who already suffer from allergies or respiratory health conditions, it can be devastating to their health. We strongly recommend that you have your ducts professionally cleaned by our team every two to three years to prevent such issues from occurring.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

Your dryer's lint trap will not catch all of the lint and combustible materials that are removed from your clothing during its cycle. Vents, especially those with many bends, get obstructed with this material, which can lead to a fire. In the United States, thousands of fires are caused by dirty dryer vents every year. If you own a gas dryer, you are also at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning if a vent is fully blocked.

Maintaining your dryer vents not only improves the safety of your machine, but it also helps your machine last to its full lifespan. Having clean vents will also increase your dryer's efficiency, which saves energy and therefore saves you money in the long run.

It is recommended to thoroughly clean your dryer every 1 to 3 years, depending on usage and other factors. A good sign your dryer vents need to be cleaned is if clothes take noticeably longer to dry or you have to run multiple cycles to achieve a fully dry load.