Air of America Air Duct Cleaning in Atlanta, GA knows that being a homeowner isn’t always easy: there are bills to pay, mouths
to feed, yard work to be done. However, it is easy to keep indoor air quality clean with regular air duct inspections and cleaning.
It may be difficult to tell just how often you should have an air duct inspection. Because of this, Air of America Air duct cleaning has put together a list of factors that will determine how frequently you should get your ducts cleaned. 

*Pets: Homeowners with pets typically have much more dander and buildup in their air vents, causing the need for more air duct inspections than the average homeowner. If you’re a pet owner, having a NADCA certified air duct cleaning professional come out at least once a year to inspect your air ducts is ideal.

*Allergies: For those living with allergies or other respiratory problems, indoor air quality can have a big effect on your health. The buildup in air ducts can contain bacteria or allergens that, although harmless to most
people, can exacerbate respiratory health disorders. If you suffer from chronic allergies or any other type of breathing troubles, scheduling a professional air duct inspection once a year is a must.

*Renovations/Remodeling: If you’ve recently renovated or remodeled your home, a lot of dust and debris released during the building process was likely sucked up into your air vents. Having your air ducts inspected
and cleaned after any extensive remodeling job is always a good idea.

For more helpful tips on how often you should have an air duct inspection and cleaning, contact the dust removal
experts from Air of America Air Duct and Dryer Vent Cleaning in Atlanta, GA 770-800-3152 or visit our website for a complete list of services.

Service areas in Georgia includes: Fulton County-(Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Roswell, Sandy Springs), Cobb County- (Marietta, Smyrna, Kennesaw, Acworth, Powder Springs, Mabelton, Vinings), Gwinnett County- (Lawrenceville, Duluth, Norcross, Snellville, Suwanee, Lilburn, Loganville, Dacula, Grayson, Sugar Hill, Buford, Peachtree Corners), Dekalb County- (Decatur, Stone Mountain, Lithonia, Tucker, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Clarkston, Doraville, Druid Hills, Avondale Estates), Forsyth County- (Cumming), Hall County- (Gainesville, Flowery Branch), Cherokee County- (Canton, Woodstock, Ball Ground, Holly Springs, Waleska).


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