Spring is finally here, and although we can all look forward to the weather getting warmer, the season is also known for bringing an army of pollen with it. Pollen is something that can bother a lot of people, especially those that have asthma or suffer from allergies. Many of these people will try to remain indoors in an attempt to avoid the pollen that has filled the air outside. However, this doesn’t mean they won’t be exposed to it – pollen can get inside, whether it’s because someone left a window open or because it was tracked in by someone outside. Regular air duct cleaning will help to ensure that pollen doesn’t collect in your air ducts and spread throughout your home. There are a few other things you can do to keep pollen under control in addition to air duct cleaning.
Vacuum – You should vacuum your home at least once or twice a week. Pollen can get tracked into the house by both people and animals, which means that it can become trapped in your carpeting. Make sure you use a vacuum cleaner of high quality – a poor quality vacuum cleaner will spit out dust everywhere.
Dust your house – Pollen reacts in a similar way as dust, which means it can settle on shelves, table surfaces, window blinds and more. Dust your home on a regular basis using a damp cloth. If you suffer from allergies or asthma yourself, make sure that you wear a mask.
Keep windows and doors closed – Pollen can easily collect inside your home if you leave any windows or doors open to the outdoors.
Wash your pets – If you have a dog or cat, make sure you bathe them a little more than usual. You have to let them outside once in a while, which means they are prone to bringing pollen back in with them. Keep the doors to your bedrooms shut so they can’t come in during pollen season.
Use these tips to keep pollen from getting into your home and don’t forget to get regular air duct cleaning.
Spring is here, so hopefully you are planning on setting a day aside to clean your entire home. If you are planning such a spring cleaning day, then don’t forget about having your dryer vents cleaned as well. Cleaning your dryer vents will help keep your dryer working as efficiently as possible and will also keep it working safely. For the best possible job, you should pay for professional dryer vent cleaning in Atlanta instead of attempting to do it on your own. Here at Daffy Ducts, we not only provide expert dryer vent cleaning in Atlanta, we also provide HVAC duct cleaning.
When it comes to dryer duct cleaning, we will clean the connection between the dryer and the wall as well as clean the duct from the wall to outside. Dryer ducts can get clogged up with lint, especially if you rarely have your dryer ducts cleaned. This will end up restricting airflow, causing the dryer to have to work harder to dry your clothes. What inevitably happens is that it takes longer to dry your clothes and your dryer experiences more wear and tear than necessary. The lint that builds up is also a fire hazard and can be quite dangerous if it builds up too much since it can ignite when exposed to too much heat.
We also provide HVAC duct cleaning. This process involves cleaning your registers, cleaning all your register and supply ducts, cleaning the furnace air handler and plenum and using a sanitizing fog that kills fungus, mildew and bacteria. Cleaning your air ducts will help ensure that air flows throughout your home without obstruction, thereby keeping your HVAC system working efficiently. When your HVAC system is able to work as efficiently as possible, it means that it will have an easier time keeping your home at the temperature you desire, thereby increasing your comfort. A clean duct system also means that there will be less dust and bacteria going through your air, thereby improving your air quality.
Some of areas served for Duct Cleaning and Dryer Vent Cleaning include: Gwinnett, Atlanta, Fulton, Conyers, Rockdale, Cobb, Alpharetta, Snellville, Lawrenceville, Stone Mountain, Dekalb, Clayton, Marietta, Grayson, & Loganville.
Daffy Ducts has offices located at: 3140 Golfe Links Dr Snellville, GA 30039 P:404-549-6777 and 3406 Glenview Circle Atlanta, GA 30331 P:678-395-3334 and Lawrenceville customers can call 678-210-7111
Air Duct Cleaning when you live in Atlanta is an important step to improving your home's indoor air quality. Daffy Ducts of Atlanta focuses on quality first with each and every job that we do. Our goal is to make sure all those who live in Atlanta and need Air Duct Cleaning know that Daffy Ducts of Atlanta is the first company they should call. We are truly a name you can trust in the air duct cleaning industry. Daffy Ducts wants to let you know that cleaning your air ducts provides benefits such as increased efficiency for your HVAC system. Air Duct Cleaning will of course improve the quality of the air inside your home as well. Excess amounts of dust can be reduced greatly by hiring a top rated Air Duct Cleaning company like Daffy Ducts. If you want it done correctly the first time, call Daffy Ducts for all of your Air Duct Cleaning.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Dryer Vent Cleaning is also a very important service for those in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Daffy Ducts provides top rated Dryer Vent Cleaning Service in Atlanta. Dryer Vent Cleaning service reduces the risk of fire caused by excessive lint build up in the dryer vent. Dryer Vent Cleaning also increases the efficiency of your dryer and improves the performance of your clothes dryer in turn saving you money. When you get your Dryer Vent Cleaning done annually in Atlanta it will also increase the life of your appliance. We have had our service recommended by dryer repairmen who visited homes thinking there was a problem with the dryer, only to find out the dryer wasn't working properly due to a clogged dryer vent. Call Daffy Ducts in Atlanta today to begin making your home safer.
Daffy Ducts Service Area
Daffy Ducts services all of Atlanta and large number of surrounding cities in the greater Atlanta area. Here are some of the cities that we offer our Air Duct Cleaning and dryer vent cleaning services: Roswell, Gwinnett, Cobb, Fulton, DeKalb, Snellville, Alpharetta, Lawrenceville, Stone Mountain, Lilburn, Loganville, Conyers, Doraville, Norcross, Duluth, Buckhead, Midtown, Marietta, Dunwoody, Buford, Sugar Hill, Chamblee, Tucker and the rest of the Atlanta Metro.