Outdoor air pollution can be easy to spot—smoggy, foul-smelling air—but what about the air inside your Mississippi home? Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is rated as one of the top five health concerns of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). According to the EPA, indoor air can be up to 100 times more polluted than outside air, but why?
In the early 1970s, the way homes were built started to change. To conserve energy, houses were built to be tighter. This allowed homeowners to better keep the cold air out in the winter and hot air out in the summer. However, this change in home construction contributed to “Tight Home Syndrome.” Tight Home Syndrome locks in sick and stale air, causing indoor air pollution.
Examples of harmful air pollutants in your home:
Mold, mildew or fungus
Dust, soil, ash
So What Can You Do?
At AirSouth, we can help you reduce the amount of indoor air pollution by cleaning your air ducts.
Over time dust and debris in the air in your home settles in your home’s air ducts. This creates a breeding ground for more indoor air pollutants that can then be circulated into your home. Duct cleaning removes dust, mold, and other harmful particles from your HVAC system to keep them from being circulated.
AirSouth uses specialized tools to dislodge and vacuum the accumulated dirt and other debris in your duct system. As part of the duct cleaning process, AirSouth will also clean all the components of your forced air system, including the supply and return air ducts, registers, grills, diffusers, heat exchangers and cooling coils. We complete the job by fogging the system with mold control and fresh duct microbial solution.
Contact us today to learn more about how your southern home can benefit from duct cleaning.
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