Learn why air duct cleaning has become a vital part of the “Clean-Air Plan” for many Columbus area homes.
Home is where you go to escape the pressures of a frantic world, and build a safe, comfortable haven for your family. Home is where you protect those you love most, and guard against anything that might bring them harm. The following program is designed to help you make your home a healthier, safer place, by cleaning up the air you breath.
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Welcome to the “Fresh Air Report: Indoor Air and Your Health.” My name is Barry McCoy, and for the next few minutes I’d like to share some very enlightening information about how the air in your home can effect the health…
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… of your family. Over the last few years, organizations like the American Lung Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, and many universities, have conducted extensive studies whose findings link contaminated indoor air with what many doctors are calling an epidemic of respiratory ailments. “Sick Building Syndrome” has become the catch phrase used to describe the various problems found in our homes. These may include chemical vapors, off-gassing from construction materials, radon leaking into basements, and filthy air duct systems that have collected layers of dirt, dust, and many other airborne contaminants. At Fresh Air Corp, our specialty is the cleaning, deodorizing, and sanitizing of air duct and ventilation systems. A little later, we’re going to look specifically at how important this area can be in maintaining a healthy breathing environment. Now I won’t be sharing any medical advice today, but over the last few years, we have discovered some dramatic information that I believe will help you make your home a safer, healthier place to breath. In our time today, we’ll be considering four questions. One: Is there really an indoor air quality problem? Two: What causes sick building syndrome? Three: What’s the best way to clean a system? And finally [Four]: How can you be an informed consumer? We’ll offer a handy checklist of important things to look for, and questions to ask a contractor who’s offering air duct cleaning services for your home. So, let’s begin the “Fresh Air Report: Indoor Air and Your Health.”
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