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Air duct cleaning should be done regularly as various medical conditions can arise due to poor air quality. Air, that is unclean and full of dust, can cause more damage than one would think. Any household experiencing an illness due to poor air quality should contact an air duct cleaning professional immediately. 


Minor Health Problems


There are some minor health problems that can be caused by poor air quality. These are not likely to result in doctor visits; however, they can still be quite bothersome when they occur. Having a professional clean out the ducts will ensure these issues are kept to a minimum. They are:



  • Runny nose

  • Sneezing

  • Congestion


Major Health Problems


Aside from the minor health issues that may arise, there are more serious ones that can also occur. The main problem caused by poor air quality is asthma. Asthma, which makes it hard to breathe, is treatable, but it is not something that one wants to deal with. The chest will feel tight. Breath will be short. Coughing will be uncontrollable. By having  air duct cleaning on a regular basis, dust will be kept to a minimum. Because the dust problem will be resolved, asthma, due to dirty air ducts, will be minimal, if apparent at all. 


Another serious medical condition that can occur is eczema. This is a condition of the skin that causes patches of dryness. After itching, the skin will become rough, flaky, and will even bleed. The more itching that is done the worse it will get. Sometimes blisters can even occur.


No one wants to breathe in poor quality air. Even more so, no one wants to develop health problems from doing so. Contacting an air duct cleaning professional on a regular basis will ensure that no one in the household has to suffer from these illnesses, ever again. 


 


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