The repair technician suggested cleaning the ductwork

During the evaluation, the repair technician found a lot of cat and dog hair inside of the ductwork.

My wife and I recently purchased a new home. We lived in an apartment for a very long time. The two of us didn’t think we would ever buy a house, but we found this property and it was absolutely perfect. The house needed a little bit of work, but my wife and I didn’t spend very much money on the purchase price. We had a property inspector come to the house to provide a full inspection. We received a list of the problems and nothing seemed like a major issue. My wife and I moved to the property and we planned to work on each issue one at a time. About a month after we moved to the house, my wife started to develop allergy symptoms. My wife doesn’t have a lot of allergies, but one thing that makes her sneeze and sniffle is dog and cat hair. The house was vacant when we made the purchase, so the two of us did not know if the previous occupants had animals. We decided to call a company that specializes in ductwork and ventilation solutions. A repair technician came to the house and performed a thorough investigation. During the evaluation, the repair technician found a lot of cat and dog hair inside of the ductwork. The repair technician suggested that our best bet was to clean and sanitize the ductwork. I thought it was our best bet. We had the work done last week and I really hope it will help ease some of the symptoms that afflict my wife every day.

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