Warnings/advisories of poor air quality have become a sad sign of our times. Our youngsters and seniors are particularly sensitive to this modern menace. But, did you know that, the Canadian Lung Association says that quite often indoors have EVEN HIGHER levels of hazardous air pollutants than exist outdoors? (source: Canadian Lung Association C.A.N.DO Movement). Because it cannot be seen as often has worsened gradually over time, indoor air quality can be an overlooked cause of illness, irritation and fatigue.
Other experts agree. "We spend 93% of our time indoors," says Monika Gibson Ontario Coordinator for the Allergy/Asthma Information Association, which recommends that air duct cleaning be done every fall. "We spend so much time in homes that are sealed shut with the same circulating air. So, if there's a lot of dirt, it can create havoc for your respiratory system." (source: The Toronto Star: Nov. 7, 2002).
Removing the source of the problem is why AIR DUCT CLEANING is the one of the top 20 actions suggested within the Allergy and Asthma Association of Ontario Brochure in it's pamphlet: "Dust, Pet and Mold Allergies".
It costs less than you think to Breathe Easy about the cleanliness of your air ducts.