Duct Cleaning Services: What’s Hiding in Your Air Ducts? [Infographic]
Air duct cleaning can reveal some daunting clues about the cleanliness of your duct work. This infographic highlights some of the common contaminants found in air ducts, and highlights preventative tips to improve and maintain your indoor air quality. As the warmer months are right around the corner, start your spring cleaning off right with air duct cleaning services! Want to know what you need to do every season? Check out our annual HVAC maintenance timeline.
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Curious how else we can help? Make sure you take a look at why our customers choose AAA Heating and Cooling. We’ve been providing HVAC services in the Portland, Oregon area for over 50 years. Our experienced team is able to assist with your needs. Whether you need an assessment of your commercial or residential property, we can help. Just need duct cleaning tips? Check out our resource page.
Duct Cleaning in the Pacific Northwest
With the Pacific Northwest’s damp weather, it’s more important to ensure you have your ducts cleaned regularly. This prevents mold from getting out of control and can control other allergens that could be harming you or your family. Plus, it will improve indoor air quality.
Many residential electronic air quality products on the market today produce ozone, a toxic, colorless gas that can pose a serious health risk. Lennox, however, has taken a major stand on healthy indoor air by offering a comprehensive line of residential air quality products that are completely ozone-free. These Healthy Climate’ products, including air purification systems, media air cleaners and ultraviolet germicidal lights, offer a safer alternative.
Ozone occurs naturally miles above the earth’s surface, forming a beneficial layer that protects us from the harmful rays of the sun. However, in the earth’s lower atmosphere, ground-level ozone is considered to be a dangerous environmental pollutant. It can trigger coughing, throat irritation and congestion and worsen asthma, allergies and bronchitis. Repeated exposure can permanently damage and scar the lungs.
We can help you select the Healthy Climate product that’s right for your home. Take the first step to maintaining healthier indoor air today.