Hello, it’s Tracy Griffiths here. Your QAC team has been busy this August with air duct cleaning, mold removal, and dryer vent cleaning. I know, because I’m in the field with our crew every day. Many of you have had us clean your air ducts to ensure your central air conditioning circulates clean healthy air for you, your family, and your guests.
But for some folks, the cool sea breezes have been enough to relieve the August heat and humidity. Perhaps like them, you haven’t been using your air conditioning much. Your air ducts are forgotten friends until heating season, and you’re thinking cool weather is a long way off. Well, the cool days of Autumn will be here sooner than you think. Yes, the heating season will mean hot dry air flowing through your home’s air ducts.
Hot Dry Air Means Sticky Air Duct Dirt will Come Unstuck
Well, from what we see, mold, pollen, and airborne dirt have not forgotten your air ducts. The humid air of August makes the mold, pollen, and dirt sticky, so it clings to the top, bottom, and sides of your air ducts. Of course, our professional air duct cleaning team makes short work of that sticky mess. But what if you wait to clean your ducts until you’ve started to use your heating system? Indoor pollution in your home.
You know how dry your home can get when you run the heat. Well, that same hot air from you heater will dry out the sticky air duct dirt. That dirt will blow out your air duct vents exposing you, your family, and your guests to mold and other unpleasant and unhealthy contaminants.
Don’t Let that Air Duct Dirt Loose in your Home
That mold and air duct dirt belongs in our specially designed Peterbilt truck, not in your home and in your lungs.
I’m proud to say that your QAC team is National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA) certified. Watch them perform an air duct cleaning right here, or find out what the National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA) has to say about air duct cleaning.
There is no time like the present to get your air duct cleaning scheduled