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Amber’s Air Duct Cleaning Blog

We’ve worked hard to answer your questions and provide valuable information about the importance of clean air ducts, clog-free dryer vents, and indoor air quality for you and your family. Our air duct cleaning blog provides just what you need to know about your air ducts and dryer vents. Amber’s Air Duct Cleaning are your local air duct cleaners! Call (517) 885-3000 to schedule your dryer vent or air duct cleaning in Haslett, Okemos, East Lansing, Williamston, DeWitt, St. Johns, Laingsburg, Perry, Mason, Holt, Eaton Rapids, Diamondale, Lansing, or Grand Ledge, MI. We hope you enjoy our cleaning blog!Air Duct Cleaning Blog

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4 Ways to Reduce Indoor Air Pollution

By |April 29th, 2021|Cleaning Blog|

4 Ways to Reduce Indoor Air Pollution No matter where you live, indoor air pollution is a concern for everyone. Unwanted pollutants are brought into your home by people, pets, and the wind. While it may not be possible to have a pollution-free home, there [...]

The Process of Air Duct Cleaning

By |April 16th, 2021|Cleaning Blog|

The Process of Air Duct Cleaning Air duct cleaning is only a “blanket term." In fact, the entire HVAC system should be cleaned. Not cleaning the entire system can result in re-contamination, thus reducing the benefits of cleaning. You wouldn’t clean only half of your [...]

Why Cleaning Your Evaporator Coil is Important

By |March 13th, 2021|Cleaning Blog|

Why Cleaning Your Evaporator Coil is Important Let’s face it, air conditioners in the summer are constantly running in Michigan. The constant use of your AC is why cleaning your evaporator coil is important. Inside your HVAC unit, there is an evaporator coil that helps [...]

5 Signs You Need Dryer Vent Cleaning

By |March 11th, 2021|Cleaning Blog|

5 Signs You Need Dryer Vent Cleaning After drying a load of laundry it is important to always empty the lint out of your dryer. Though, this practice helps reduce the risk of fire hazards, it may not be enough to keep your home safe [...]

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