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National Duct Toronto offers professional air duct cleaning services

Jan 15

National Duct Toronto offers professional air duct cleaning services to the GTA including Mississauga, Brampton, North York , Scarborough, Vaughan, Markham and Richmond Hill .

National Duct has more than 50 years of supplying air duct cleaning services. They specialize in residential, commercial, and industrial duct cleaning services. Their team of duct cleaning technicians provide a professional service usually within a couple of hours with truly little disruption to you, your home or your commercial facilities. They are committed to providing the highest standards in the industry. Their customer reviews, referrals and repeat business has given them the opportunity to grow their air duct cleaning business and fleet of duct cleaning trucks. 

Why Should you get your Ductwork Cleaned?

National Duct recommends cleaning your HVAC system every 3 to 5 years because they get dirty. A contaminated HVAC system usually contains an accumulation of dust and dirt found in homes through regular use.

We Vacuum, we dust but despite our best-efforts, dust always seems to come back. Dust happens. It is a universal truth that as soon as you dust your furniture, more dust will collect. But that does not mean that the battle must end there. Dust can be – and should be – fought. Why? Dust creates lots of problems, from eye irritation to lingering colds and allergies to that annoying itchy or runny nose. More importantly, it makes a house dirty and that attracts more dust. Not only that, but with newer construction practices our homes have become more airtight – which can lead to indoor air quality concerns.

Some rooms have more dust than others too. The bedroom, with all its fabric in the mattress, pillows, bedding, curtains, blinds, and carpeting is one giant dust magnet, making dusting in the bedroom especially important. Have you ever noticed that when you go to bed, your nose suddenly gets stuffy, and you reach for the breathing strips or antihistamine? A lot of people have this same “problem.” But the problem is not your sinuses, it is house dust.

Where does Dust Come From

Dust is a hodgepodge of all sorts of things. As a rule, most of the household dust — about 60% — comes from outside, through windows, doors, vents and, significantly, on the soles of your shoes. Smaller dust particles — from 28 to 49 microns, or thousandths of a millimeter — tend to stay on your shoes. The rest is shaken off by the occupants inside the home.

Dust is made up of a variety of things from blowing dirt, bacteria, pollen, pollutants, molds, animal dander, hair, decomposing insects, fibers, dryer lint, insulation, dust mites and their excrement, and mostly, skin flakes that human shed.

You Should clean your system after a renovation

If you are moving into a newly constructed house and have doubts about the diligence of the construction crew, duct cleaning can be useful. Drywall dust, fiberglass pieces, and sawdust have no place in ducts. Duct cleaning will also catch the odd occurrence where lunch bags or soft drink cans have fallen or been swept into the duct system. For similar reasons, duct cleaning may be advisable for older houses following large renovation projects.

It is always a clever idea to have your ducts cleaned after a major renovation. Ripping down cabinets, tearing up old flooring, installing new electrical and all creates a lot of nuisance dust and debris. Even when you cover the vents, bits and pieces of construction material can make their way into the ductwork.

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If dust is a dirty word in your home, you should reach out to the dust removal specialists. National Duct Toronto can be reached at 647-366-4140 .