Dust particles from the storm settled into the ductwork

It has been very windy and dusty the last few weeks.

It hasn’t rained at all and there is sand and dust all over the roads and highways and our home.

Dust particles from a recent sandstorm settled into the ductwork in the house. My wife thought I was crazy, but I believed this was the reason why the heating and air conditioning system wasn’t working properly. I called an HVAC company in the valley that specializes in indoor air problems. The heating and air conditioning company sent a technician to look at our home and check on our indoor air quality. The technician provided a full report to my wife and I. After using a camera to check all of the surfaces inside of our ductwork, the technician felt that we needed a thorough cleaning and sanitizing service. It was pricey, but the service technician felt that it would eliminate all of the problems we were having. The indoor air service was also guaranteed for a year, which made my wife and I feel more safe and secure about spending the money. We gave the go ahead and the heating and air conditioning service technician spent several hours that afternoon cleaning the ductwork. The guy used a set of special tools to remove all of the dust, dirt, and indoor pollutants. I saw some of the grime and it looked positively gross. I would easily recommend this service to all of my friends and family. The indoor air is cleaner, fresher and smells better. I also haven’t noticed any dust on our indoor surfaces in weeks.

 

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