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The air duct cleaners at Clean as a Whistle are dedicated to fighting indoor air pollution. Poor indoor air quality can be a health risk, whether it be in the home, the office, a warehouse, hospital, school, or other building. While smog, car exhaust fumes, and outdoor air pollution receive a lot of attention, not many people understand the nature and danger of indoor air pollution, and why having your air ducts cleaned on a regular basis is so important. For more information, read our guide on indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution occurs when chemicals, gases, particles, and other substances are produced or released in or near the home (or other building), reducing the quality of the air by contaminating it with foreign substances. These could be man-made substances, or they could be naturally occurring substances, but their presence in the air qualifies as pollution and can do damage to the human respiratory system.
There are things that you can do to reduce the liklihood of indoor air pollution in your home and prevent air duct contamination.
Common pollutants that can be found in many homes, both new and old, include:
All of these types of air pollution pose a serious health risk to you and your family. These indoor air pollutants come from a variety of sources. Some potential sources of indoor air pollution are obvious, such as:
Other sources of indoor air pollution are less obvious, but just as dangerous, because they release pollutants almost continuously. Air fresheners are just one example of this. Other sources of indoor air pollution, such as un-vented space heaters produce pollutants. Regardless of the type of indoor pollution in your home, or its source, contacting professional New Jersey Air Duct Cleaners, such as Clean as a Whistle, is the first step to ridding your home of these dangerous particulates. Contact us today for a free air duct cleaning estimate.