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Is It Time to Clean Your Ducts?

Posted on Blog, Dirty Ducts, Duct Tips September 15, 2017 by Emily Jones

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Many professionals recommend getting a duct cleaning every three to five years. Between routine cleanings, you may encounter problems that necessitate another duct cleaning. Dirty ducts are an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) hazard. They can cause mold and mildew to grow in your house, and they can exacerbate allergies and respiratory illnesses. Don’t ignore the Read More…

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3 Dangers of Dirty Ducts

Posted on Blog, Dirty Ducts August 15, 2017 by Emily Jones

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We don’t think much about the ducts in our homes, but these important components of the heating and cooling system can cause plenty of issues if they get dirty. Discover the dangers of dirty ducts and what you can do to protect your family and home. Low Indoor Air Quality Indoor air quality, or IAQ, Read More…

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3 Things That Could Be Hiding in Your Ducts

Posted on Air Quality, Blog, Dirty Ducts July 18, 2017 by Emily Jones

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When you turn on your heating or cooling system, the air moves through ducts and vents to come into the rooms of your home. Without regular cleaning, the ducts often become clogged with unpleasant items, forcing the system to work harder to produce cool or warm air. Rodents If you can hear squeaking or scratching Read More…

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Everything You Need to Know About Air Filters

Posted on Air Quality, Blog June 20, 2017 by Emily Jones

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It’s easy to forget about your AC unit’s air filter, but changing it regularly is important. Wondering why? Here’s everything you need to know about air filters. What They Do Air filters protect your AC unit by preventing dirt from entering it. So long as the cooling system stays clean, it remains efficient and saves Read More…

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Do You Need a UV Light?

Posted on Blog, UV Light May 9, 2017 by Emily Jones

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A UV light is part of an HVAC system. It shines ultraviolet rays onto parts of the system to improve indoor air quality. Not every HVAC system has one, and not every home requires one. Though they can be expensive to install, they offer specific benefits many homeowners desire. How Does a UV Light Work? Read More…

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