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Stuffy House During Winter

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Things Getting Stuffy in Your House This Winter?

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By now, everyone in your family has a terminal case of "cabin fever". It's been a tenacious winter so far this year, and Torontonians have been hunkered down at home for almost 2 months. If you've been feeling "blah", tired or drained lately, it might not be just the winter blues. Spending extended periods of time indoors is most likely the culprit for a case of the sniffles or worse. Recycled air can be full of germs, dirt, dust and debris; the potential for getting sick is even greater indoors than outside in the cold weather. Keeping your ducts clean in the winter is as important as it is when it's warm out. Certain heating systems with humidifiers attached to them need special attention because in addition to warming up the air, they circulate moisture as well, to counteract the dryness associated with indoor heat. Moist, warm air is a notorious breeding ground for bacteria, so it's important to keep your ducts clean, even when it's cold out.

Canaduct Duct Cleaning knows their way around duct cleaning in Toronto. Regardless of the season, your ducts need to be clean in order for your family to stay healthy. You never know what's lurking in your air ducts or your HVAC system, so it's best to have them checked at least twice a year. During the colder months, too much time spent indoors is as likely to get you sick as too much time spent outdoors. Flu season has been especially severe this year, and keeping your air ducts clean is part of a sensible plan to avoid getting sick. Your home may also benefit by supplementing your regular duct cleaning with a portable air purifier during the winter. When one member of the family gets sick, the surest way to stop it from spreading is to run an air purifier to ensure any bacteria and germs are removed from the air as quickly as possible.

It's never the wrong time to schedule a duct cleaning consultation. Canaduct Duct Cleaning performs professional duct cleaning services anywhere in Toronto and the GTA, year 'round. Keep your home healthy and clean no matter what the weather. Your family will thank you.


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"I noticed a difference..." - 5 out of 5 stars

I don't usually write these, but I just had to take a minute to say thank you. I had an appointment with Canaduct last week. Almost immediately after they left my home, I noticed a difference, particularly in my air. It has really improved! I cannot thank you enough for all of the hard work, and of course, the amazing results.

Hilary Lawrence, Toronto (Ontario), May 29, 2014

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"The results are amazing..." - 5 out of 5 stars

We had our ducts cleaned last week and the results are amazing. It has really improved the air in our home. Plus, there seems to be less dust hanging around. We are so thrilled with the positive changes to our home. We wanted to say thank you very much to Canaduct for everything. We really do appreciate it.

Benjamin and Christie Wilcox, Vaughan (Ontario), April 26, 2014

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"her cough has improved..." - 5 out of 5 stars

The entire family has noticed a difference in our home since the visit from Canaduct. Our youngest daughter was coughing a lot, but it already her cough has improved. We are all very pleased with the quality of work that was done. Thank you for everything that you have done.

Bhatia Family, Toronto (Ontario), April 22, 2014

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"They came by on time, did a great job..." - 5 out of 5 stars

A massive thank you to everyone at Canaduct. The day of, they came by on time, did a great job, and had a professional attitude. Since then, my home is better than ever. I have found that air is cleaner...and I can breathe a little easier now! From start to finish, things were done well. I am glad that I chose Canaduct to take care of my home.

Jake Stevens, Toronto (Ontario), April 9, 2014