A New Year, A New You – Inside and Out

January always brings the urge to improve yourself. These resolutions usually surround making a commitment to use that gym membership to get our bodies into better shape or a number of other external improvements. As you’re contemplating your goals, don’t forget to include your internal health.

What you don’t see can actually hurt you, and the quality of your air poses a risk to your overall well-being. Breathing in tiny, unseen pollutants puts you at risk as they pass through your lung tissue and into your bloodstream, circulating through your body. The World Health Organization states that by breathing cleaner air, you can reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and other respiratory diseases such as asthma.

Hazardous air pollutants include dirt particles, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, tobacco, paint, and other dirt particles that get into your ventilation system and by extension, into your lungs. Outdoor air quality is heavily affected by certain industries, however you can have a say in the quality of your indoor air pollution both at home and in the work environment.

Regular duct cleaning is an important step to ensuring the aforementioned pollutants are removed from your ventilation system. Our proprietary duct cleaning equipment doesn’t just pull the airborne particles, but also removes any particles adhered to the walls of your ducts ensuring a thorough clean.

It’s time to make your health a priority – both inside and out. Contact us today to schedule your duct cleaning.

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