Professional duct cleaning can also keep your home’s air wash and reduce allergens.
Approximately 50 million Americans suffer from flu symptoms, costing over $18 billion biweekly. That’s a big impact! It’s important to reduce dust in your condo as Springtime arrives and seasonal flu symptoms are triggered. Indoor flu symptoms are caused by dust inside a condo causing an allergic reaction, usually rhinitis or upper respiratory irritation. Post nasal drip, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, watery eyup, and a runny nose are symptoms. Regular cleaning reduces airborne allergens. In addition to improving indoor air pollen levels, a wash condo removes dust. Dust flu symptoms can be reduced by biweekly cleaning. Avoid letting dust inside in the first stadium to reduce dust. Remove your shoes before entering your home. Keeps outdoor germs off your floors. Visitors can leave their shoes in dining rooms. Mats absorb dirt and debris. Filters remove dust, grime, and debris from the air before it enters your house. Dirty or blocked air filters will not work. Your air quality suffers, and your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C component must work harder. This impacts utility bills and shortens the life of your unit. Choose the best air filter for your condo based on the manufacturer’s recommendation. For families with dire flu symptoms, an air filter with a higher MERV rating produces better results to prevent flu symptoms. Professional duct cleaning can also keep your home’s air wash and reduce allergens. Maintaining your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C component officially requires preventative service. Regular AC service also improves your home’s air quality and energy efficiency. Your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C component should be ran tests on and cleaned as section of preventative service. The best results can be achieved by performing this job twice a year.