Duct Cleaning in Gainesville, TX

DUCT CLEANING IN GAINESVILLE, TX AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS

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In today’s airtight homes, indoor air quality is a growing concern. Your air duct system could be contaminated with harmful particulates that can promote asthma, hay fever and allergy symptoms. Dirt and dust, dust mites, mold, pet hair and dander, bacteria and rodent feces are just a few things that could be lying in your air ducts and circulating throughout your home and the air you and your family breath. Regular Duct Cleaning in Gainesville, TX will help combat these hazards.

Duct Cleaning in Gainesville, TX

Studies show 6 out of 10 homes are hazardous to their occupants’ health. Every time your air conditioner or heating system is on, airborne contaminates are being drawn into your air vents. These contaminates cause a buildup of debris in your ducts, increasing problems with allergies, and leaving you with a dusty, dirty house. Our air Duct Cleaning in Gainesville, TX process is the state-of-the-art with successful results — customer after customer.

The EPA recommends having the air ducts cleaned only as needed — that is, when there is substantial visible mold growth inside, if the ducts are infested with rodents or insects, or if they’re clogged with excessive amounts of debris.

REMOVE WHAT COULD BE LURKING INSIDE

• Dirt
• Dust
• Pollen
• Dander
• Animal and human hair
• Bacteria and germs
• Mold and fungus

IAQ FACTS

Studies show there are 2x-10x more pollutants indoors than outdoors so if you have young children, elderly family or anyone who suffers from allergies or respiratory problems living in your home, indoor air quality is very important! Indoor air quality is one of the EPA’s top five environmental risks to public health. 87% of American homeowners are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their homes than outdoors.

Common indoor air pollutants include dust mites, pollen, mold, radon, carbon monoxide, excessive carbon dioxide, and other chemical fumes. The three most important methods of improving indoor air quality are source removal, air leaning and increased ventilation.

Learn more at epa.gov or aaafa.org

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