The Proac Press Newsletter October 2019

Spring and Fall are often cited as prime
time for air duct cleaning, but Winter
time, especially in the colder sections
of the country presents its’ own set of
indoor air quality problems.
Contaminants such as mold, bacteria,
dust, pet dander and debris accumulate
in your duct system. These
contaminants can contribute to Type I
and Type III allergic reactions such as
stuffy nose and eye irritation. Warmer
air throughout the spring and summer
months can hold more moisture than
the dry air we experience here in the
Northeast during the winter months.