Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Spots Where Dust Likes To Hide


Dust can build up on surfaces all over your home, and unfortunately, there are many spots where dust likes to hide that aren’t easy to find. The debris will cause respiratory problems for those who have asthma or allergies. So the sooner you take care of these hard-to-see areas, the sooner you’ll start to breathe easily at home.

Your Closet

Dust can build up a ton on your clothes, attaching to the clothing’s fibers and making your entire closet dirty. Especially if you have shelves, your wardrobe is dust’s favorite place to hang out in. Remember to give attention to pieces of clothing that have been sitting alone for a long time, and be sure to brush off even ones you wear often.

Underneath Furniture

Although it seems obvious, many times, it’s easy to forget about all the dust under your furniture. We go for the areas within our eyesight, but these lower spots build up as much debris as on top. Take some extra time to vacuum under here, or move your bed and couches to reach what needs to be cleaned.

Ceiling Fan Blades

They’re so high up, it’s hard to tell! But dust loves to accumulate on your ceiling fan blades over time. What’s even worse is if you don’t give this area proper cleaning, once you turn the power on, dust will fly everywhere! Avoid this by using a broom or vacuum cleaner to reach here, especially before it gets warmer outside and you need to start using your fans.

Air Ducts

Dust and debris love to hang out here. You can tell if your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system needs cleaning by doing the following: First, with a screwdriver, remove a floor or wall register. If there is visible dust, dirt, or debris, you should have your ducts cleaned.

Even with proper cleaning and changing quality filters, the HVAC system will still become dirty over time. Have your system inspected every two years to determine whether your system needs to be cleaned again.
Dust and Debris Cleaning on Long Island

Here at Greenpro Cleaning and Restoration, we will explain the causes of your HVAC air duct problems, what can be done to correct them permanently, and provide you with a written estimate. Our goal is to solve your specific situation in the most cost-effective, non-intrusive way possible.

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