Black dust in your house can be found on furniture, fans, rails, stairs, bedding, sinks, plants of appliances.
If you dust daily but the black dust keeps coming back, call Pure Air Service for professional air duct cleaning service in The Phoenix Metropolitan Area.
Based on previous experience, one woman has suggested that black dust in your house related to carbon monoxide leak. Make sure your carbon monoxide detectors works and in case you are not certain, contact your local fire department. This blog does not covers any safety issues and suggest only cleaning options for your ducts.
There could be many reasons for black dust in your house. In fact, black dust may be due to deteriorating duct liner materials in your heater or air conditioner and in some cases cold air returns. It may alternatively be due to soot produced from candles.
Recently renovated homes with poor ventilation are at risk
According to this website, “Black dust”, or chemical blackening, occurs most often in new or renovated homes. Homes with poor ventilation are particularly at risk. Black dust only occurs during the winter months of December to February.
In experiments in closed research chambers, Mycoteam and NILU demonstrated that under special conditions soot particles (from the use of candles or wood burning) can aggregate to bigger particles of which black dust is mainly composed.
Our professional soot damage and black dust cleaning services, along with our air duct cleaning solutions available throughout The Phoenix Metropolitan Area.
We service apartments, single home and commercial properties with and multi a/c units. We offer air duct clean and repair service.
If you suspect that the black staff coming out of your a/c vents might be mold spores, dirty insulation or candle soot – call us at Pure Air Service for professional air duct cleaning service in Phoenix, AZ and it surrounding cities