For the first time in history, it may be safer to be in the wilderness than in your own home! Why… because we spend 90% of our time indoors, breathing contaminated air.  Sources of pollution in your home include: carpeting, furniture, paneling, paints, pesticides, aerosols, and other products that produce dangerous emissions and volatile gases.

Dirty Air ducts are a major source of indoor air pollution!  Your air duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home.  Dust, dust mites, dirt, pollen, human and animal dander, and other airborne particles are pulled into your ducts as the air conditioner or furnace runs.  These contaminates build up inside the ductwork  and become a nutrient source for mold spores, bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms.

As the air-conditioning system operates, the unhealthy mixture of contaminants in the ducts are “forced” into the indoor environment, where they are inhaled by you and your family!  This process intensifies allergy symptoms and aggravates breathing.


*One out of six people who suffer from allergies do so as a direct result of the microorganisms harboring in the heating and air conditioning system (total Health & Better Magazines)

*The build-up of .042 inches of dirt on the HVAC evaporator coil can decrease efficiency by 21% (EPA).  A 1/16th inch of dirt on the blower can decrease efficiency up to 25%

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Tommy Dykes




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