Scientists are discovering new evidence every day in relation to the quality of air indoors as well as the ventilation. One of the things they discovered is that the air in our houses is filled with dust and contaminations. These findings have helped us to understand more of the air pollution indoors and its effects to our health and we are finding solutions to keep our household’s air clean. Fortunately, cleaning the air vents is one of the most inexpensive and easiest ways to maintain the freshness of the air indoors. Vent cleaning involves dusting of different heating and freshening components of an HVAC system, such as the fan motor, cooling coils, heating coils, drip pans, heat exchangers, vents, diffusers and grills.
Indoor Air Vents are susceptible to risk of the following:
- Vermin such as insects, cockroaches, ants, mice, rats and even wasps can take over the vents. Particles from their stools can be blown throughout the vents and into the house where they can possibly be inhaled. This can cause health risks to every person that breathes in the air.
- The vents can also accumulate dirt and other harmful elements which can be circulated through the house.
- The vents can also grow fungus and bacteria with the presence of moisture which then gets spores and microbes blown through to house.
The roof rat as well as the Norway rat appear similar but have different customs.
Both strains of rat are typical to the Vancouver region. Their customs are very different, while both varieties have a similar look. Both strains have somewhat humped backs pointy faces, and scaly, almost hairless tails.Both kinds of rats are nocturnal, and daytime sightings could mean there is a huge infestation that must be exterminated. The roof rat can have litters of 40 young per year.
Like mice and squirrels, rats are adept at steering in and about obstructions. Rats can fit through a hole the magnitude of a quarter, meaning that there’s actually no place of Vancouver’s houses and flats which are not accessible to the pests. The Norway rat constructs complex systems of burrows and tunnels at ground level. It prefers moist areas like building margins, or crawl spaces, sewers, cellars and so their entry points are usually at ground level. It prefers to reside in other thick vegetation and trees. It’s going to infest rafters, lofts, roofs, and upper stories of buildings.
How Do I tell if I have rats?
Frequently, homeowners may also hear scuffling or scraping sounds between walls. Chewed food, packaging and building materials are several other methods for discovering in case your house has rats. Frequently there’s a telltale dirty ‘wipe mark’ on the baseboards they pass by often. Take note that if rats are observable during the day, there’s likely a sizeable infestation to take care of.