Before you turn your furnace on for winter warmth, remember that over the past year, your ducts have been building up pollen, dust, and even bacteria. So, when your furnace comes on you’ll be blowing all that buildup into your home. With windows closed tight, the debris stays in your air. If you’ve had a renovation, or there’s building going on your neighbourhood, you could have a particularly bad build up in your ducts.
Breathing the best possible air is important to your health and the health of your family. Be sure you have a trusted, proven and favourably reviewed company because there is good duct cleaning and bad. Make sure you get a firm price on the job and that you’re not being given a low price and then upsold on extras.
Since acquiring AtlasCare in 1986, Roger has shaped the company into what many consider to be the finest HVAC contractor in the Greater Toronto Area.
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