Dirty ducts in a home can trigger what is known of as air vent allergies and make the residents of your home feel horrible. On top of that, it is possible that these dirty ducts can cause health problems for all of you as well. There are a few types of allergies that dirty ducts can cause. They are listed below.
Sinus problems will make you miserable and can lead to further complications if not treated. The dust, dirt, and allergens that are in dirty ducts will eventually settle in your nasal passages and cause an infection to happen. Even if you get the sinus infection taken care of, it’s only going to come back if you don’t do something about the dirty vents in your home.
If you have or know anyone who has allergies, then you already know that dust, mold, and spores from pollen are the most common causes of allergies acting up. If your ducts are dirty then they have one or all three building up inside of them and will lead to more frequent and more serious allergy outbreaks until the vents are cleaned and coated to prevent the problem from happening again. Having the vents inspected, repaired, and coated will help tremendously with this problem.
People who have asthma often find it being triggered by the buildup of dust and mold in dirty ducts. Asthma is a serious condition and can lead to death if not handled properly. If you have someone in your home who has asthma attacks, you need to keep your air ducts inspected and coated for their safety as well as your own.
If you find yourself getting sick with colds and respiratory infections more than you have in the past, it could be because of the bacteria and germs that build up in dirty vents. Every time air passes through your air conditioner or heater, those germs get blown into your home, making it extremely possible that the inhabitants of the home are going to get sick. Going to a doctor is not going to help if you are exposed to the same germs every time you are in your home.
These are just a few of the air vent allergies that are caused by dirty vents and duct work. To find out the best way to prevent these illnesses from striking your home through the ducts contact the professionals at Duct Armor for an appointment and answers to your questions.