DuctWorks Answers Our Customers’ Frequently Asked Questions
Indoor Air Quality Questions
In older homes, ducts may start leaking. In some cases, you can actually see visual gaps in your ducting. In other cases, you just feel air streaming where it shouldn’t be. There may also be an issue if some rooms don’t heat or cool properly.
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Both contaminants can be highly dangerous. Most smoke detectors now come with carbon monoxide detectors to protect your family from injury. In addition, some electronic units will monitor for both carbon monoxide and radon.
Radon is an odorless and colorless gas that may cause diseases including lung cancer. Many counties in Minnesota have the potential for high levels of radon.
If you have concerns, the professionals at Ductworks can perform testing. Should high levels be detected, DuctWorks can install mitigation systems that vent this dangerous air outside your home or business.
The most common causes of IAQ problems are:
- Inadequate ventilation
- Contaminated air that is constantly being re-circulated
- Improper upkeep of ventilation, heating, and air conditioning systems
- Dampness due to leaks or high humidity