Mr. Duct Cleaner recognizes that pollution inversion could be a fancy word for dirty air circulating in your house or commercial property.  An inversion traps air pollution, such as smog, close to the ground.  In the case of your home or commercial property, the pollution gets trapped.

As we make our homes more energy efficient by insulating and buttoning them up, we trap the air inside.  Even with the windows closed, inside dirt still accumulates.   From hair, cooking remnants, skin cells, and fabric fibers.  It could be anything that could dry and flake off. Books, carpet, rugs, upholstered furniture, fireplaces, and pets all contribute to the dust load. Dirt, pollen, smoke, exhaust, sand, and many other things may bring in dust from outside.

Your filter in your HVAC system can only catch so much of it.  And the ducts that suck in the air, the big square or rectangular looking ones we call returns?  They don’t get filtered typically.  What we identified as Sick Building Syndrome might be just dirty HVAC and duct systems needing to be cleaned.  When dirt is left to accumulate, fungus and mold can grow if the temperatures and atmosphere are warm and wet.   If your drain pan gets plugged, or the dirt on the motor blade of your HVAC starts to warm up, it can accelerate growth.

Mr. Duct Cleaner understands that opening a window and breaking the “seal” is hard to do when it is over 90 degrees outside.  Perhaps it would be better if you had your ducts and HVAC system cleaned.  The tighter the office or home, the more often you should clean the air circulating inside.

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