Duct Cleaning Can Remove Unpleasant Odours From Your Home

Duct cleaning for bad odourThere are few things worse than a bad smell that you just can’t get rid of. It starts as an unpleasant smell in one area of the house but eventually affects the entire home. You check everywhere, but can’t find the source of the odour. Believe it or not, it’s pretty common for these odours that seem to stink up the entire house to originate in the home’s air ducts.

If you’ve got a bad smell that you just can’t pinpoint, residential duct cleaning performed by a team of experts could be just the solution you need to be rid of the odour once and for all.

Determining the Cause of the Smell

Many indoor odours can be traced back to mold, a dead animal, pets, or smoking. When mold starts to grow in your home, after water damage or flooding for instance, it can settle in the air ducts and will give off a musty smell as it spreads. Dead animals, like a mouse or other rodents, will emit rancid smells, while household pets will sometimes urinate in air ducts without their owners’ knowledge, causing a very unpleasant urine smell to spread throughout the home. Lastly, cigarette smoke residue gets trapped in air ducts and spreads into other rooms when the heating or cooling system is turned on.

Hire Residential Duct Cleaning Experts

Duct cleaning experts, like McIvor, are equipped to thoroughly clean a ventilation system that’s affected by a bad odour. By having your air ducts cleaned annually, you’re taking proactive measures that may help keep unpleasant odours at bay. Particularly after you have remodeled or renovated your home, you should have your air ducts cleaned because there is a far greater chance for odour causing dust, debris, and pests to get trapped in the air ducts.

Schedule Your Residential Duct Cleaning

Whether you have a duct cleaning emergency or you want to help prevent bad odours from spreading throughout your home, give us a call to book an appointment.

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