A recent MSN article by Josh Garskof stated that indoor air pollution can range from two to five times higher inside your home compared to outside. Indoor air quality inspector Jeffrey May was quoted in the article as recommending that ducts be cleaned “every 5 to 10 years to remove dust, pet dander, pollen, and mold that can collect in the system and spread throughout the house.” In addition to cleaning the ductwork, servicing the heating system was at the top of the list on how to improve indoor air quality.
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