Odds are you know about the benefits of having your Jersey City air ducts cleaned, but have you considered also having your ducts sanitized? This is not a new service but one that is harder to grasp because the effects are harder to measure. You’ll notice right away when your ducts have been cleaned, but the sanitizer provides long-term help in preventing your air from becoming contaminated with mold or mildew. The experts at Air Ref Condenser Cleansing Corporation can explain how easy it is to add the sanitizer to your ducts and provide you with a list of positive aspects to having the sanitizer.
So What Is The Point Of The Duct Sanitizer
Having your Moonachie air ducts sanitized provides a number of benefits for your home, and these are the same reasons why hospitals do the same with their air ducts. First up is that the sanitizing provides a deodorizing effect throughout your air ducts. If you had odd smells coming from your vents, that will likely clear up due to the duct cleaning and the sanitizing. If you are moving into a new house, having the ducts sanitized will help to eliminate any unpleasant odors that might have lingered from the previous owners.
Another major point is that along with deodorizing, sanitizing also disinfects your Newark ducts, killing off any mold or mildew that might be hiding in places that you otherwise would never know or suspect. Removing the mold and mildew immediately increases the air quality in your home beyond removing the dust and dirt from a cleaning. A lasting effect of sanitizing is that it inhibits the growth of bacteria, viruses, and fungus for up to 6 months. All of this makes for a much healthier indoor air environment.
How Does Sanitizing Work
Sanitizing your New York City ducts works best after your ducts have been cleaned. With your ductwork hooked up to the truck, which produces a negative air pressure, the sanitizing solution is added and is circulated throughout your ductwork quickly and easily. There is no residual smell from the sanitizer, but you will probably notice a cleaner smell to your indoor air afterward.
Some specific events where you may want to sanitize your ducts sooner than you otherwise would include welcoming home a new baby, having a person with allergies or lower immune system living with you, or someone coming home from the hospital. There is no bad time to improve the quality of the air inside your Weehawken home.