How To Reduce The Dust, Germ, And Health Risk Of Your In-Home Air Ducts

Have you ever felt that your home is too dusty and dirty, despite all the hard work you put into keeping it clean? Dust, germs, and dirt can make your air ducts an even bigger mess. However, there isn't a lot you can do to fix them without professional help; browse this website for professional advice and service. In this article, we'll go over some ways you can minimize the risk of dirty air ducts in your own home!

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Air Duct Cleaning: The Basics

When it comes to air duct cleaning, there are a few things you should know. The first is that not all ducts are created equal. The type of duct you have can make a big difference in how clean your air ducts will be. Second, there are a few simple steps you can take to help reduce the dust, germ, and health risk of your in-home air ducts. And finally, if you find that your ducts aren’t as clean as you’d like them to be, don’t hesitate to call us for help.

Here are a few tips on how to clean your in-home air ducts: 

1. Use a vacuum cleaner with a dustbin. Be sure to use the right type of vacuum cleaner for duct cleaning – one with a dustbin. 

2. Use a duster. A duster helps remove small particles from ducts. Simply shake it around until all the dust is removed.

3. Pour boiling water down the ducts. Boil water and pour it down the ducts using a funnel. 

4. Use an air purifier. If you have asthma, consult your doctor before purchasing an air purifier.