Indoor Air Quality: Research by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggests that the air indoors has two to five times more airborne contaminants than outside air. The best way to remove pollution is through air duct cleaning and HVAC system cleaning.
The average American spends over 20 hours a day indoors. Our modern lifestyle has made indoor air quality a key part of our health and well-being. Indoor air pollutants include: dust mites, pet hair & dander, bacteria & viruses, molds & odors, smoke, household chemicals, formaldehyde & other VOCs from cleaning products.
Studies have shown that two out of three indoor air quality problems involve the Heating, Venting, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system. Duct cleaning relieves allergies, eliminates dust & odors, and reduces house work. Air duct cleaning and HVAC (Heating, Venting, and Air Conditioning) unit cleaning is recognized by industry experts as the most effective way to make sure you and your family are breathing clean air.