Some people say, ‘No Way! It’s new, why would I clean something NEW? I wouldn’t clean a new car or a new garment, why would I clean a new house?!’
And while it might seem counter-intuitive, in this shirt article we’ll be talking about why it’s beneficial for you to do just that!
Before you set foot in your new home, dust and debris will already be gathering in those ducts! For the price you’ve just paid for your new home, isn’t it worth just a little bit more to invest in clean air for your family to breathe?
It’s a New House… But Just How ‘New’ Is it?
It’s true, you probably wouldn’t take that new car to the car wash right away, or take your new suit straight to the dry cleaners. But new homes
are different. A lot goes on during the home construction process, both in front of our eyes as well as behind the scenes.
Before the ductwork even makes it to your homesite, it may have sat for months or even years in a warehouse. That right there makes it prone to dust.
Once it’s brought into the construction site, the ductwork is installed – and then it sits again, possibly several weeks or even months. This time, however, it’s not only dust that’s accumulating. Construction is taking place in and around the house. Dirt and dust are getting kicked up into the air. And, with new home
construction happening at breakneck pace, not all construction trades are as careful with their job site as they ought to be. Just what kind of things can get into ductwork during construction?