Air Ducts – Vents

St. Louis air duct cleaningYour air ducts are the vents running through your house, usually in the ceiling, to vent into various places in your home. While it isn’t recommended to hire a local St Louis company to clean your vents more than once every couple of years, it is highly recommended to make sure that your vents are clean. If you’re wondering why it’s important to have your air ducts cleaned, then keep reading. The EPA recommends that you do a few basic checks on your air ducts to make sure that they are free of clogging dust, free of vermin, and most importantly, free of mold.

Improve Your Allergies – Did you know that if there is dust or mold in your HVAC system, cleaning it could reduce your allergies? Removing allergens from your air ducts is a sure way to improve your health, especially if you are sensitive to dust or mold. Allergies to dust or even small things such as Hay fever affect many people, and the affects in the home can be lessened by cleaning out air ducts. The less dust that is in your home, the less negative reactions you will be having to it. 

St. Louis Air Ducts – Vents

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St. Louis Air Ducts – Vent Cleaning  Phone Number
 1st Global Air Duct Cleaning  314-718-3632
 Ductz  314-833-8749
 Fresh Air Duct Cleaning of St. Louis  314-325-7832
 Pro Basement Finishers  314-222-9600
 Rapid Dry  314-888-9211
 Sol’s Cleaning  636-220-7474
 Steamatic  314-227-9527

Reduce Health Issues – Most St Louisans realize that breathing in mold or mildew can cause serious health side effects, but most of us don’t realize that mold and mildew can be growing in our air ducts. From the air ducts, mold can easily become airborne where it can be breathed in to cause any sort of health problems. If you are concerned about your health, especially if you live in a damp area, you should definitely have your air ducts examined to see if they need to be cleaned. Cleaning your air ducts can help to prevent problems such as asthma and flu-symptoms that you might acquire after breathing in mold. It is especially important to ensure there is no mold or mildew in your air ducts if you have small children, or elderly persons living in the house as mold can affect them quite severely. 

Better Heating & Cooling – Another important reason to have your air ducts cleaned is that the process will remove any clogging in your ventilation so that air flows more freely. While there might not be huge results, you will get them. If dust, debris, mold or etc. have probably blocked your air vents then your heating and cooling could be drastically affected. If you’ve ever considered that your heating and cooling doesn’t work as well as it should, or as well as it used to, then you should definitely consider getting your air ducts cleaned. 

Air Duct Cleaning Resources and Organizations

National Air Duct Cleaning Association             Environmental Protection Agency

Remember that it is usually a great idea to get your air ducts cleaned once every two or three years. While you can clean them more frequently, it probably isn’t necessary unless you live in an extremely damp environment. Hiring a professional St Louis company or contractor to clean your air ducts can improve your allergies, remove dust and mold from the air that you breathe and can help improve the efficiency of your heating and cooling.