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Air Duct Cleaning in Maine

Air Duct Cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning Services in Maine

Air Duct Cleaning Services in Maine

According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), the average six-room house collects 40 pounds of dirt, dust, and allergens in its air ducts each year. That’s a big problem, considering that 40,000 dust mites can thrive in only one ounce of dust. Those little dust “bunnies” contain a host of unhealthy bacteria, fungi, and mold.

PREVENT FIRES: We also clean residential and commercial Dryer Vent Systems, as well as heat pump heads, see or Heat Pump cleaning page.

Our Cleaning Method Includes:

* Evaluation

* Select The Equipment Right For Your System

* Clean all registers, supply and returns lines, clean blower side of your system

* Fog disinfectant (Optional to the client)

Indoor Air Quality Testing in Maine

Air quality testing
Air quality testing
Air quality testing

Indoor Air Quality Testing

Poor indoor air quality can be caused by many different pathogens. 
Our certified professionals have the training and background to investigate the source of the issue and understand proper testing methodologies to identify the pathogen.
Call Maine Mold Inspections today and ask about Air Quality Testing for your home or business!

We offer professional service and affordable prices. Call today!

Dealing with humidity

Dealing with Humidity

Dealing with humidity

Natural ways of dealing with humidity.

There are many ways to deal with humidity naturally. Here are some ideas:

* Take shorter showers – Long showers produce excess steam which increases humidity.

* Line dry clothes outdoors – Dryers, even those vented outside, can produce excess moisture in the home. Hanging wet clothes to dry indoors will add to humidity levels too. Dry clothes outside and they will smell better as well.

* Use a dehumidifier – You can find a really good one here. I have one that tells me what the relative humidity is, then a light flashes and it shuts off when it’s full. This water can be used to water plants. I pour it into a 5 gallon bucket and let it sit a few days. Then I make compost tea (see how to make it here) and then use it to water a few days later. If you don’t want to deal with the water you can also work it into your plumbing, but we recommend using the water.

Dealing with humidity doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Use some if these tips listed above to make the inside of your home more enjoyable this summer.