The air you breathe in your home should be clean, but over time every home can start to get dust, dirt, debris, pet dander, and other allergens that circulate. If you haven’t cleaned your air ducts, dryer vent, and other areas of your home where these things collect, they can spread every time you turn on your furnace and air conditioner or use your dryer.
All air ducts start out clean, but over time things start to build up around the ducts. While not all of them are necessarily harmful, they can still lead to excess dust and dirt in your home. Others are harmful, though, and could put you or your family at risk if they are circulated into every room in your home when you turn on a forced air system like a furnace or air conditioner. Some of the most dangerous include:
All these things can be pulled into the duct system from outside or even from air circulating in your home. It gets trapped inside your HVAC system and can then spread at a later time. Air duct cleaning in Boise removes the buildup that allows these allergens and spores to get stuck inside the air ducts and circulate later.
Once your air ducts are clean, our team can also install a UV air purification system that uses powerful ultraviolet technology to kill living organisms that make it into your air ducts, so it’s effective at eliminating mold, mildew, viruses, fungi, and bacteria before they enter your system and spread through your home. UV air purifiers in Boise are a great way to protect against future problems, particularly if you have someone in your home with respiratory conditions that put them at higher risk for hospitalization or sickness.
Air ducts may not require cleaning every year, but if it’s been a few years since you last cleaned them, or you bought a new home several years ago and have not cleaned them since you moved in, now is the time to clean your air ducts. Call our team today to find out how easy it is to schedule an appointment so our skilled technicians can come and clean your Boise air ducts, install air purification technology, or take other steps to prevent you and your loved ones from breathing allergens or other harmful things inside your home.