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Your Ductwork and the Dreaded Pollen

2/25/2022 (Permalink)

dirty air filter If you see this... you could have a problem! We are here to help.

The ventilation system in your home or business heats and cools to your desired temperature, however, it can also distribute dirt, dust, or heaven forbid… Charleston springtime pollen. Affecting the air quality in the building, and frankly, most of our sinuses!

Particulates like dust, pollen, dirt, and other contaminants can be airborne or carried around by animals, birds, insects, etc.  When indoors, the hope is that the air quality in the building will provide you with relief from the outdoor particles, however, they do often find their way inside and get trapped in the HVAC system.

These outdoor intruders enter the ventilation system, move through the ducts, and travel into various areas in your home or business. When you keep your HVAC system and the air ducts clean and well maintained, you extend the life of the equipment, which will save you money in the long run. You can also rest assured knowing that the quality of the air your family or employees and customers are breathing is as fresh as possible.

If you have ductwork with visible dust and dirt built up in them, or you are not sure when they were last cleaned, we are here to help.  SERVPRO of Greater Northern Charleston has the equipment and knowledge to remove the dreaded pollen and other contaminants from your system  and we are only a phone call away! 

Whether you need services right now or want to schedule a cleaning after the Spring Pollen Storm we are all so familiar with here in the Lowcountry?  Give us a call today and let’s get you scheduled.   

We are locally owned and operated since 2006, and we are proud to serve you, Charleston!

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