Fiberglass Air Duct Liners | A Serious Indoor Air Quality Concern

Posted by & filed under Air Duct Cleaning, Indoor Air Quality, Restoration, Understanding Ventilation Systems.

Most commercial air duct systems are internally lined with fiberglass duct liners.  Deteriorating fiberglass duct liner is a very common cause for indoor air quality complaints and adverse health effects. Fiberglass Duct Liner Fiberglass internal duct liner is commonly used in many commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.  Fiberglass duct liner provides sound… Read more »

The Danger of Dust Mites

Posted by & filed under Allergies & Asthma, Indoor Air Quality.

Dust is a combination of pollen, plant and mold spores, pet dander, human skin, lint, bacteria, and other contaminants. While any of these can affect breathing and allergies, dust mites can be a particular problem. What is a Dust Mite? Dust mites are tiny insects that are invisible to the naked eye that feed on… Read more »

Allergen Test Kit Featured on FOX 31 KDVR Martino TV

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Ductworks, Inc. and National Jewish Health Featured On FOX 31 / KDVR: Martino TV Consumer advocate Tom Martino featured the Family Air Kit®, an allergen and mold Test Kit,  developed by National Jewish Health that tests for substances that can cause allergic and asthmatic reactions. Tom Martino and  Paula Haddock interviewed Jeffery Nathanson, the Executive… Read more »

Pigeons Cause Devastating Indoor Air Quality and HVAC Problems

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Pigeon problems have devastating effects on the heating and cooling components and indoor air quality of a commercial facility.  Pigeon problems affect employees, maintenance personnel and potentially customers. HVAC Systems Make Perfect Pigeon Coups Unfortunately, rooftop heating and cooling units are a perfect place for pigeons to nest.  To seek shelter from the elements, pigeons… Read more »

Green Air Duct Cleaning


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Green air duct cleaners employ advanced methods and materials specifically for green cleaning.   They make an extra effort to not allow any dust to escape outdoors or indoors, and only use natural cleaning products. Clean & Maintained Air Duct Cleaning Equipment Green air duct cleaning companies ensure that equipment is cleaned and maintained to prevent… Read more »

Ductworks, Your Air Duct Cleaning Expert, in Denver Post

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Local Air Duct Cleaning Company in Denver Post In the January 27th, 2010 Colorado Business Section, the Denver Post wrote: Ductworks Inc. of Denver is collaborating with National Jewish Health to provide a comprehensive approach to controlling symptoms for people who suffer from allergies and asthma. Ductworks and National Jewish Health are marketing and distributing… Read more »

What The EPA Says About Air Duct Cleaning

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The EPA offers consumers advice about when to get their air ducts clean, how to choose a provider, and qualities to avoid in providers. The EPA does not certify air duct cleaners, so the consumer is responsible for conducting their own research. What is Air Duct Cleaning? Duct cleaning generally refers to the cleaning of… Read more »

Ductworks Collaborates with National Jewish Health® to Help Families Detect Allergens at Home

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Ductworks, Inc., is collaborating with National Jewish Health to provide a comprehensive approach to controlling symptoms for people who suffer from allergies and asthma. National Jewish has developed a diagnostic kit to assess the allergen levels in indoor environments. Ductworks and National Jewish Health are working together on marketing and distribution of the Family Air… Read more »

What is The National Air Duct Cleaners Association?

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The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) was formed in 1989 as a non-profit association of companies engaged in the cleaning of HVAC systems. Its mission was to promote source removal as the only acceptable method of cleaning and to establish industry standards for the association. Air Duct Cleaning Standards Since the EPA does not… Read more »