Tuesday April 16, 2019
Keeping your business clean is a great way to show your customers you care. Mopping, vacuuming, and dusting are all normal methods of surface cleaning, but what about the unseen areas? Cleaning your air ducts, for example, is just as important as cleaning what the customer sees.
Air ducts are used for your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). They help your business maintain a proper temperature while providing fresh air. That being said, because they draw air, they also draw dirt, pollen, dust, and other debris.
Dust, pollen, and dirt decrease the air quality of your business, and although you might not be able to see it, you can definitely feel it. Because these elements get moved through your ducts, allergies can be triggered in your customers as well as your employees. There’s not a single person on Earth who likes allergies. It helps to have your air ducts cleaned periodically, particularly after spring.
Because pollen and dust from air ducts can settle in your carpets, that’s why we recommend a good carpet cleaning, too. Just about every season has elements that cause carpets to get dirty.
During winter and fall, due to the rain and snow, mud is a big factor. Springtime has pollen from the plants blooming and everybody wanting to be outside. During the dry summer, fine dirt finds its way into your business, though it’s harder to notice than in other seasons. This is why it’s important to keep your carpets clean all year round.
Cleaning your air ducts should be a priority as much as cleaning your carpet is. Although it doesn’t need to be done as often, it should still be done. Air quality can affect your business in more ways than one, which is why it is always important to have clean air ducts.