How polluted is the air in your home?
The Environmental Protection Agency identifies a large number of sources of indoor air pollution. Those sources include:
- oil, gas
- coal, and wood combustion
- smoking tobacco
- building materials such as pressed wood, insulation with asbestos, wet carpets; household cleaning and personal care products
- central heating, cooling and humidification systems
- outdoor pollution that enters your home, including pesticides, radon, and smog and
- mold and bacteria.
Indoor air pollution can increase and linger long after a particular source — wet carpet, for example — has been removed or — an incorrectly adjusted gas stove that emits excessive carbon dioxide — has been repaired.
What can you do to improve the quality of the indoor air in your home?
After taking every necessary step to remove or eliminate the source of pollution, you should turn your attention to how those pollutants have been circulating throughout your home.
You can think of your home’s air ducts as the lungs and airways of your home.
Pollutants and potential irritants inevitably accumulate within your air ducts as they circulate the air throughout your home as intended.
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Duct cleaning eliminates those accumulated pollutants from your air ducts to prevent them from being recirculated within your home. Clearing your ducts of accumulated dust, debris, insulation, insects, and moisture can eliminate potential breeding grounds and food for the development of mold, germs, fungi, microbes that can produce everything from:
- allergic reactions to fatigue
- breathing problems
- congestion and runny nose
- chills, fever,
- and coughing.
Duct cleaning is essential to producing clean air for healthy living in your home.
How Atlanta Air Pro helps
Dirty and neglected air ducts is a major source of dangerously poor air quality in your home. Our expert Atlanta air duct cleaning experts uses HEPA filtration and specialized Rotobrush equipment to clean your air ducts and to sanitize the interior of your ducts using products approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. Cleaned and sanitized air ducts eliminate bacteria, fungus, mold spores, virus and dust mites. To keep your air ducts as clean as possible, simply using an electrostatic filter will collect up to 95% of airborne contaminants before they get into the ducts at all.
What will Atlanta Air Pro do?
Upon arriving at your home, our staff will do a walk-though to understand all areas of concern and to identify all opens and returns that make up your air duct system, and to locate your furnace. We will clean your ducts in the most efficient way possible while respecting your home and your furnishings, and without leaving any mess behind. We will not stir up dirty air.
Instead, we’ll remove debris from your ducts, eliminate pollutants from your air, and even reduce your heating and cooling bills by helping your heating, cooling, and circulation system operate much more effectively.
No matter how new or old your home is, your ducts may be hiding a wide range of pollutants. To remove that dirt, dust, and debris while making your air cleaner, eliminating health risks, and saving money on heating and cooling bills, contact Atlanta Air Pro to arrange to have your home’s ducts cleaned.