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air duct cleaning
Your air duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home. When it becomes contaminated and congested, it should be cleaned so it can "breathe" normally and efficiently.
1.   Does anyone in your house have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems?
2.   Does anyone in your family suffer from headaches, nasal congestion, or other sinus problems at night or in the morning?
3.   Is there a smoker in the house?
4.   Do you have dogs, cats, or other pets?
5.   Do you notice "musty" or "stale" odors when the furnace or air conditioner runs?
6.   Do you notice dust on your furniture shorty after cleaning?
7.   Does it seem like there is not enough air flow coming from your vents?
8.   Is your furnace equipped only with a standard throw-away fiberglass filter?
Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander, and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your duct system every time the furnace or air conditioner runs.
9.   These contaminants build up inside the ductwork and can help make your duct system an ideal breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew, and other microbes.

If you answered yes to any of the following questions, it may be time to have your air duct system professionally cleaned.

Each time the furnace or air conditioner is turned on, contaminants are spewed out and circulated throughout your home and affect the health and comfort of your family. Family members who suffer from allergies, asthma or other respiratory ailments as well as children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to the effects of indoor air pollutants.

The removal of contaminants from the entire HVAC system is recognized by industry experts as the most effective way to eliminate air duct pollutants. This is referred to as the "source removal" method of duct cleaning. In addition to the obvious health benefits, duct cleaning can help maintain a cleaner home. It also helps to restore HVAC system capacity and lessen running time, resulting in lower heating and cooling bills.
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Anatomy of a Dryer Fire
Dryer fires usually start beneath the dryer when the motor overheats. Overheating is caused by a build-up of lint in the duct that increases the drying time and blocks the flow of air. Naturally, any lint that has collected under the dryer will burn and the draft from the dryer will pull that fire up into the duct. Since the duct may be coated or even blocked with lint, many times a house fire results. Other contributing conditions may include failure of the thermostat and limit switches in the dryer, lint inside the dryer, a missing or damaged lint screen, a crushed hose behind the dryer, or a bird’s nest or other debris blocking the vent.

Dryer Fire Fact Sheet
Statistics and Implications
  Dryer exhaust fires now surpass creosote (chimney) fires in frequency on a national level. In 1998, the most recent statistics available, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that over 15,600 dryer fires occurred killing 20 people, injuring 370 more and causing over $75.4 million in property damage. According to the CPSC, in most of these cases the culprit was lint getting into the machine’s heating element, sparking and fueling a fire. Not surprisingly, some fire departments and insurance companies now require that dryer vents be inspected and cleaned regularly.
  With gas dryers, there is also concern of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Since lint and flue gases use the same avenue of exit from the house, a blocked vent can cause CO fumes to back up into the house. These fumes are colorless and odorless and they can be fatal. Low-level CO poisoning mimics flu symptoms (without the fever): headache, weakness, nausea, disorientation and deep fatigue. At higher levels, occupants can fall asleep, lapse into a coma and die.
Warning Signs
  Dryer is still producing heat, but taking longer and longer to dry clothes, especially towels and jeans or any other article of clothing.
  Clothes are damp or hotter than usual at the end of the cycle.
  Outdoor flapper on vent hood doesn't open when dryer is on.
  Airflow in the vent seems low.
Additional Benefits to Dryer Vent Cleaning
  Allows your dryer to operate more efficiently, using less energy and saving you money.
  Protects your dryer from excess wear and premature death.
  Helps clothes dry faster—a time savings for busy families.
  Reduces excess household dust and humidity
  Helps preserve clothing, as the life of many fabrics is damaged by excessive high heat.
Inspection Frequency
Most vents should be cleaned every year. Some dryer vents need attention more often. Determining factors include:
  How heavily the dryer is used
  How long the vent is and the materials used. Shorter vents usually blow better.
  The age and type of dryer used.
  The design of the vent. Those with a lot of turns and elbows blow worse and build up more lint.
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