Mountain Aire Duct Cleaning
"Let us show you what you're breathing"
For Your Information...

90 % of all homes have indoor air quality issues according to
Air Advice State of indoor air report of 2007

160 million Americans breathe unhealthy air according to the
American Lung Association

There are 55 million asthma and allergy sufferers in the U.S.
according to the Summary Health Statistics for U.S. National
Health interview survey 2004

Airborne contaminants are drawn through the duct work of
the central air conditioning system or the heating system via
return air registers.  Standard throw-away fiberglass filters
less than 7% of these particles, which means much of
the rest settles in your air ducts.

Now acknowledged as a major allergy and disease causing
problem by leading medical authorities, poor indoor air quality
has prompted
doctors and allergists to commonly prescribe
furnace and air duct cleaning as a remedy.

Indoor pollution ranks among the top 5 U.S. health problems
according to the Environmental Protection Agency

Indoor air quality is a problem that many are not aware of...we
can help.  We don't claim to heal anyone, but a clean air duct
system can help eliminate many of the allergens that cause
breathing problems

Research by the
U.S. EPA has demonstrated that HVAC
system cleaning may allow systems to run more efficiently by
removing debris from sensitive mechanical components.
Clean, efficient systems are less likely to breakdown, have a
longer life span, and generally operate more effectively that
dirty systems.

According to the
American Lung Association®, indoor air
pollution poses a threat to respiratory health and everyone
should consider doing what he or she can to improve the
quality of indoor air.  
Legionnaire's Disease was spawned in
air conditioning ducts.
It Killed 29 people in 1976.  Most people
 spend 60 to 90% of their time indoors.  One out of six people
who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct
relationship of the fungi and bacteria in the air duct systems.

The elderly, asthmatics, and people with breathing problems,
allergies, and lung diseases are likely to be more sensitive to
pollutants. The Department of Consumer Affairs says that
children are more likely than adults to be affected by polluted
indoor air.  They breathe faster, inhale more air per unit of
body weight, and are closer to the ground where
concentrations are higher.  Additionally, The American
College of Allergists says that 50% of all illnesses are either
caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.

Indoor air quality is fast becoming a hot topic across the
United States. If you search the Internet or look at health and
allergy studies you will see that there is a direct link between
health, allergies and indoor air. Studies conducted by the EPA,
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH),
and others, show indoor pollutant levels to be 10 to 100 times
higher than outdoor concentrations.

Biological pollutants, including molds, bacteria, viruses,
pollen, dust mites, and animal dander promote poor indoor air
quality and may be a major cause of days lost from work and
school. In office buildings, heating, cooling, and ventilation
systems are frequent sources of biological substances that
are inhaled, leading to breathing problems.

According to the EPA Environmental Protection Agency -
Indoor air is found to be 70% more polluted than that of
outdoor air.

Call us for an appointment to arrange for a
inspection of your air duct system

Call 765-618-7601