Critical Considerations in Air Duct Cleaning

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As the fall season approaches and we all anticipate a dip in temperatures, we generally also anticipate snuggling down in our well-insulated homes to ride out the colder months. We envision curling up with a book, a cup of hot chocolate, a throw blanket, and riding out the long dark of winter in peace.

Unfortunately for some homeowners, spending a winter sealed into their homes could be one of the worst choices that they could make:

A well sealed and insulated home will protect you from winter’s chills, but it also can be a collection point for a completely odorless and colorless gas that could damage your lungs and give you lung cancer. The gas in question is called radon (DeForest Times-Tribune).

Although we aren’t in the business of testing homes for radon gas (something you might want to consider, since it’s estimated that nearly one out of every fifteen homes in the United States has elevated radon levels), we are in the business of ensuring that your air ducts aren’t housing any harmful contaminants that might be a threat to the health of those in your household.

Through our services of air duct cleaning in Montréal, we seek to help you clean up your act. With our non-toxic disinfection procedures, we increase your assurance that the air you’re breathing is as clean and as pure as you want it to be.

With winter coming on fast, meaning that most of us will soon be spending the bulk of our time indoors, there’s never been a better time to consider one of our air quality packages. For more information regarding how you can avail yourself of our services, please feel free to contact us.

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