How Often should I clean my duct work  ??

Frequency of cleaning depends on several factors, not the least of which is the preference of the homeowner. Some of the things that may lead a homeowner to consider more frequent cleaning include:
• Smokers in the household
• Pets that shed high amounts of hair and dander
• Water contamination or damage to the home or HVAC system
• Residents with allergies or asthma who might benefit from a reduction in the amount of indoor air pollutants in the home’s HVAC system
• After home renovations or remodeling
• Prior to occupancy of a new home.
• For the average home 3-5 years is recommended

Air Quality Solutions:
Once your ductwork has been cleaned, we have a variety of products to better maintain your indoor air quality.

Foe people concerned with IAQ or individuals who suffer from allergies or asthma we offer home air cleaners and UV lights that can be installed in your ductwork.

Ask your customer service representative for more details when booking your duct cleaning appointment or free estimate. 

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Mold in and around the home has been in the news more and more lately. Where the heat and humidity cause their own special set of unique problems, the control of house mold through effective house mold treatments are essential for healthy indoor air quality. Household molds can be caused for many reasons, but usually involves water intrusion in some form or another. Mold growth in your home should be dealt with immediately due to the possible toxicity and adverse health reactions involved.

Mold is usually not a problem indoors unless mold spores land on a damp surface and begin multiplying, called amplification. One possible area of dampness are the air conditioning ducts that operate in a high humidity environment. These spores combine and multiply with the dust, dirt and moisture in the system and then are distributed throughout the home or office via the duct vents. These molds have the potential to cause a variety of health problems. Molds produce allergens (substances that can cause allergic reactions), irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances (mycotoxins). Indoor air quality problems associated with molds can be part of what is referred to as "sick house syndrome" and can be linked to health problems such as:

• Headaches
• Watery eyes
• Nausea
• Chills and Fever
• Skin disorders
• Fatigue

Why Clean your duct work ??

Reputable Duct Cleaning Services in Moncton

Do you own a forced air furnace or air exchanger ?? If you do you have duct work that requires to be cleaned !! 

The Environmental Protection Agency claims that indoor air is up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air quality (IAQ) commonly refers to the quality of the air we breathe in our homes and offices. There are many factors that affect the IAQ in our homes and offices. Any unwanted substance in your HVAC system that can have a negative health consequence is considered a contaminant. Contaminants can be organic or inorganic, airborne, biological, or a member of the fungi plant group. Airborne smokes, pet hair and dander, cooking vapors, pollens/molds from outdoors, airborne fabric and carpet fibres, and molds and mildews from within are just a few of the many contaminants which impact our IAQ.

At Hayward Healthy Home Solutions we employ the proper trained HVAC technicians to also service your heat pump while on site cleaning your duct work. 

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