Cleaning the air ducts this spring

It seemed like the right thing to do.

  • Essentially, we’d spent almost 2 years inside the air conditioning of our house due to the pandemic.

My one son has a genetic predisposition that put him at high risk for serious problems with Covid. So we had to do everything we could to make sure that we kept him safe. And the best thing we could do was keep to ourselves inside the security of the heating and cooling in our home. I worked remotely as did my husband. We actually emptied out the guest bedroom so we could share a proper office space. The kids really pretty much took care of themselves. Neither my husband nor I had to stand over them to be sure that they were doing the studying they were accountable for. When both of our offices with zone controlled HVAC reopened, we still had to stay home to protect our son. This sort of made it tough for all of us but we had to err on the side of caution. Finally, we have entered a stage in the pandemic where the numbers are much better in our region. So I decided to really go all out and add ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing to the spring cleaning this year. Actually, I took a long weekend and we simply tore this house down and cleaned it completely. The ductwork cleaning really set off the rest of the spring cleaning though. There is such a noticeable difference in the indoor air quality. The house smells more crisp and clean than ever before. Take my advice and add ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing to your spring cleaning list.

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