Spring has sprung into blossom! Some of us look forward to this time of year. Others have congestion along with the additional sunshine. Due to the new pollen in the air, spring allergies are at their worst inside, which is when allergy and asthma sufferers may have the worst symptoms.


What specifically causes allergies indoors? Allergies in the home can cause allergic reactions and are composed of many chemicals. Typically, they are airborne due to their size, making them simple to breathe in. The most typical sources of indoor allergies are dust, dust mites, outdoor pollen, dander, pet hair, mold spores, etc.

While no home is fully free of allergens, regular cleaning can help cut down on the number of allergens to which you are exposed. Be sure to clean your air ducts in addition to the usual sweeping, dusting, and vacuuming. Your air vents may be the source of your allergies because they are known to harbor numerous microorganisms, allergens, and potentially harmful particles.

If you have allergies or asthma, it is strongly advised to have your air ducts cleaned every two years rather than the recommended every three to five years. If you have pets or live somewhere with a lot of outdoor dust, even once a year is a great deal. By cleaning your air ducts we lessen the number of allergen and asthma triggers that are present throughout the house. When it is time to turn on the air conditioner, it kicks up all of that junk and makes it airborne, ultimately generating more agitation. Pollen, pet dander, dust, dust mites, and mold spores settle in the ductwork.

Everyone, regardless of whether they suffer from Spring allergies, should periodically clean their homes to avoid airborne infections, but hiring professionals may be the next step. You may prevent dust and pests from entering your home’s airways by hiring professionals to clean your air ducts of mold and allergens. Allergies in the Spring are one thing, but mold can be dangerous to the respiratory system.

We are highly qualified professionals with years of experience in cleaning and sanitizing residential and commercial air ducts. We’re here to help you breathe easier this spring by providing residential and commercial air duct cleaning and sanitizing services. 

You can get in touch with us directly at (703) 919 1178 or via email at info@cleaningairduct.com