Ductwork cleaning today

I have been told by both my neighbors and my maintenance companys that I live in a unique ly dusty environment.

Many have urged myself and others to keep my windows at home closed as often as possible, and to vacuum and sweep officially to keep the pesky particles out of my air and away from my Heating and Air Conditioning system.

I have tried to abide by those easy rules, even though I can’t seem to make headway on removing the continual onslaught of dust that I’m faced with each week inside this house. I dust surfaces, furniture, knick knacks—you name it. Next, I vacuum all of the carpet, and then I finish with sweeping and mopping the cement floors. But, no matter how much care and detail I put into the work, the dust returns within a afternoon. Finally, I decided to have my entire Heating and Air Conditioning plan checked by a unusual corporation. The one I had been using kept telling myself and others that my concerns were from dust getting in my front door, even though I quit buying that excuse. My persistence paid off, because the first thing the new worker observed was how dirty the inside of the air handler looked at immediate glance. She even showed myself and others some of the grime and dust buildup right around the evaporator coil. To little surprise on her end, she found caked on dust all throughout my ventilation system. I had to make an appointment for ductlabor cleaning immediately. I can’t believe I have been breathing this particulate every afternoon for so long. It horrifies myself and others to believe about it and angers myself and others that my previous Heating and Air Conditioning worker ignored it the entire time.

 

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