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Air Duct Cleaning in the Winter?

Cold and flu season is upon us, and allergies lurk in the darkness waiting for the right time to strike. Dust mites, pet dander, and mold are of the most common during the jolliest time of the year.

How can we combat the winter allergens floating around our home? The answer is simple, air duct cleaning.  

Usually you would want to do this before winter hits, but it’s never too late. Maybe you didn’t know having your air ducts cleaned was a thing, or maybe it slipped your mind during this busy time of year, but listen up! Dust mites continuously circulate through your HVAC system and eventually build up, and though your pets may not shed as much during these chilly months, their dander still runs rampant through your system.

Not to mention, as the days get shorter and much, much colder we are more homebody’s than anything else. Our furnaces are running more which in turn recirculates those allergens through our homes, which means ingestion of these allergens. With regular cleaning of the ductwork (every 3-5 years) and HVAC systems (annually) you can reach optimum air quality. Who doesn’t want that?!

Spare yourself the agony of breathing in dirty air and cut the chances of catching flu or cold this winter by having your air ducts cleaned. Give yourself and your family the gift of clean air this holiday season and let us help.

 

Contact Mr. Duct Heating and Air Conditioning today to learn more to and schedule your HVAC system service before winter!



Posted November 27, 2019 at 12:00 AM

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November 27, 2019
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