Breathing the air inside your home should be 100% clean. This is one of the safest air you can breathe especially when you have been exposed in the outside community with a lot of smoke belchers and polluted air around you. But how would you know if the air you breathe inside your home is really clean?
In order to know if the air you breathe is safe or not, you can do two things. First to do is to check on your air conditioning system and air ducts and check for molds and second is to observe small particles coming out of the air conditioning system. This often looks like dust particles but in reality, these are already harmful substances that had stuck in your air ducts and may cause danger to your family.
Air ducts are prone to dirt and molds because it has been controlling the air temperature and making sure that air is consistently circulating normally. But prolonged exposure to air conditioners should also serve as a warning to your health especially when you don’t clean your air ducts. You may ignore it but you must also remember how air can be easily contaminated by dirt and once that happens, your health is at risk.
Molds are also visible in the air ducts especially when the moisture level inside the house is high. Moisture attracts dryness and at the same time it will also serve as a source of bacteria and viruses. When your air duct is already contaminated, these molds will also be part of the air you breathe.
If you continue to ignore your dirty air ducts, tendency is you will allow illness to enter your family so its best that you do clean it now.