When you have duct cleaning service done in Saskatchewan, you’ll enjoy cleaner and fresher air inside your home. It can help to eliminate pollutants from the air you breathe, and you create a healthier environment for you and your family. The following information will help you to determine if your home or building is due for air duct cleaning.
Are there any pets living with you in your home?
You should consider hiring a duct cleaning service if you own one or more pets. Pets shed skin, dander and hair, and the hair from your furry family member may fly around the rooms in your home like balls of tumbleweed. These matted balls of hair can become a problem if they wind up in the air intake valve, and they may cause you problems if they get lodged in the air vents. If your house is old and the intake valve is in the ground, the situation could be more troublesome. To prevent pet hair from settling in your vents and ruining the quality of the air in your home, hire an air duct cleaner every 2-3 years.
Does anyone in your home have airborne allergies?
If you or anybody else you live with is allergic to dust mites, pet dander, freshly cut grass or smoke, the ducts in your home should be cleaned every 1-2 years. Even though the filter in your HVAC unit is supposed to offer protection, allergens will surely fill the air inside your home if the vent is dirty, and they will trigger allergy symptoms.
Call the experts at Dun-Rite Vac
Dun-Rite Vac will clean the air ducts in your home and leave you 100% satisfied with the job that they do. You can call them at (866) 865-3515 and request a free cleaning estimate. HVAC, duct cleaning, and residential and commercial air purification in Saskatchewan are their specialties. They service homes and businesses in Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba.
Other services Dun-Rite Vac’s NADCA certified professionals offer include dryer vent cleaning, furnace cleaning, heating and air conditioning coil cleaning, ventilation inspection, air exchange system cleaning, and central vacuum system cleaning.