those people with any sort of allergies, or that have asthma, the cleaning should be done at least once a year - if not more
A good way to know if your air ducts need cleaning is to have a look at the air return
grilles in the wall. If there's any black along the grillwork at all, this is a good sign that there's also probably
a buildup of contaminants in and along the walls of the air duct system.
If you find that after a thorough dusting
of your office has been performed, there's a thin layer of dust on everything after a few hours, the air ventilation
system in your office is probably filled with dust and is blowing it around your office.
The regular filters in your
air duct system should be changed every three months (simply because on average, they're only about seven percent effective
at removing air contaminants from the air).
Some special media filters only need changing once a year, but if you have
any sort of allergy or suffer from asthma, you should think about changing them more often.
you constantly find that the air in your office is stuffy and dry, you should have your vents inspected and cleaned.
Having air ducts that are dirty can mean that the air you breathe in around
your office is filled with contaminants that will make your life less enjoyable and can cause health problems.
Dust, pollen,and dirt can fill up the areas of your duct system and create problems.
When the furnace or air conditioning is turned on and running, which is usally all through the year, these
contaminants are pulled into the ducts and are blown into the air that you breathe.
Anyone in your office who
suffers fro allergies or asthma or have respiratory ailments such as the elderly, are especially vulnerable to the effects
of these airborne contaminants.
Mold spores, mildew, and other forms of bacteria will find it easy to grow in the contaminants
within your air ducts if you neglect to have them cleaned. By clearing away the dust and other contaminants, in your office
air duct system you'll be able to have a healthier lifestyle for you and those around you.
studies have found that the level of hazardous pollutants inside your office is 50 times higher than the air outside.
More than sixty million people in North America suffer from some form of allergy, with children and the elderly being
the most susceptible to respiratory ailments affected by airborne contaminants.
spend the majority of their life indoors (60-90%), the quality of the air you breathe needs to be of the highest quality -
or at least, as clean as you can make it. By having qualified and well-trained professionals come in and inspect your
air duct systems on a regular basis, you'll be doing all you can to ensure that the air you breathe will be doing your
health no harm.