A sparkling clean and organized house is one of the more satisfying things a homeowner can experience. Spotless floors, clean and organized furniture and carpets, vibrant walls, stain-free windows are all signs of a clean house. But what if there’s something you’re missing? Something which, if you don’t clean, can impact the overall quality of air in your house. If you haven’t already guessed it, it’s your air ducts.
If you’ve started noticing the windows at home or the office remaining dirty no matter how often they’re cleaned, it’ important that you consider learning a bit about window cleaning. Luckily for you, we’ve put together this piece to help you understand some of the culprits that may be behind your dirty windows. Take a look.
Even if you wear the thickest and warmest clothes, winter can be brutal. That’s why most of us prefer staying indoors where we can control the temperature and stay warm. Since you’re spending so much time indoors, you should be thinking about the air quality in your home.
Poor air quality can worsen some medical conditions, like asthma. Besides that, poor air quality increases the risk of heart disease and respiratory problems. Since you’re mostly going to be exposed to indoor air during the winters, the risks posed by poor air quality are compounded. Here’s what you can do to keep that air clean.
Periodically cleaning air ducts is important to keep your home clean and its inhabitants healthy. The air in your home circulates about five or so times every day. Each time it passes through the vents, the air deposits some of the debris and dust it carries in your vents. These harmful materials accumulate in your vents, and when you turn the heating/cooling on, they circulate. Breathing them in can cause allergic reactions, respiratory problems, and more. You should schedule some air duct cleaning as the winters arrive. Here are some FAQs about the process.
A clean house has a lot of pluses over a dirty house: the clean house is healthier, looks nicer, easier to walk through, and much more. However, a dirty house is one big advantage over a clean house: there’s no effort involved in dirtying a house.
Cleaning your house can be a tedious and time-consuming process, which is why people tend to avoid it.
However, there are ways to make house cleaning faster and easier. If you hate house cleaning, these tips may help.
With fall already here and winter around the corner, it’s important to start preparing your home for the changing weather. There are many things you can do, including having your home cleaned, dust removed, and of course, getting your air ducts cleaned in anticipation of the switch from cooling to heating.
After extensive use in the summer, your ducts and vents are probably clogged with dust and debris, as well as dander that can impact the air quality in your home, as well as the performance and efficiency of your HVAC system.
So how do you prepare your air ducts for the incoming cold? Here are some key tips and tricks: