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Nowadays, many people are realizing the importance of enhancing the quality of indoor air. Many studies show that indoor air has 70% more hazardous pollutants than the impurities in outdoor air. Contaminated air duct is one of the key reasons for polluting the indoor air. Chronic exposure to impure air may cause bronchitis and some other health problems in new born babies. If you have a new born baby in your home, it is then your responsibility to provide him/her a comfortable and safe environment. Air Carolinas Plus air duct cleaning is crucial to increase the indoor air quality and to maintain your home environment free from airborne contaminants.
Exposure to contaminated air can increase the risk of infection in a new born baby. The air ducts in the heating and cooling system in your home are more prone to attract mold, dust mites, fungi, bacteria, animal dander, paint dust, drywall dust, soils, skin scale, dirt and mildew. Contaminated air duct circulates impure air inside the home. New born babies exposing to these pollutants are more likely to develop the problem of lung infections and respiratory problems like asthma and allergies. In some rare cases, they may develop some life threatening conditions. Air duct cleaning is the simple, yet powerful way to stay away from these problems.
Air duct cleaning is an important part of home maintenance that is unfortunately overlooked by the vast majority of homeowners. A dirty air duct can lower the quality of the air in your house as it promotes the circulation of allergens and bacteria in the air. We strongly recommend having all the air duct vents in your home cleaned out before your newborn comes home.
Cleaning your air ducts thoroughly and performing seasonal decontamination will greatly reduce the amount of airborne debris that may be harmful to the respiratory health of your entire family, including your sensitive newborn.
The following signs indicate the need for a thorough air duct cleaning:
• The growth of mold inside the ducts or on the surface of the cooling or heating system.
• Infestation of insects or small unwanted pests in the ducts.
• A great deal of dust or other debris clogging or reducing air flow through the vents.
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