As the summer months are upon us, the risk of contracting the Coronavirus has increased. With the warm weather tempting families and adventurers to spend time outdoors, social distancing regulations have loosened up, and infection rates have increased. But what many people don’t know is that you may be able to contract Coronavirus indoors!
A recent article released in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases suggests that Coronavirus is “opportunistically airborne,” meaning you may be able to contract the virus through inhaling infected microbes in your air environment. The author, PhD Shelly Miller, goes on to suggest that the World Health Organization has a blind spot when researching the airborne transmission of the Coronavirus.
With other studies to back up Miller’s evidence, such as studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, medical experts have begun to prove that genetic materials from COVID-19 can remain in indoor air environments even at distances of more than 6-feet. So what does this mean for your HVAC unit?
With new studies showing solid evidence that the virus may be airborne, this creates a pressing concern for residents and businesses that are practicing social distancing indoors. HVAC decontamination methods can sanitize air ducts and kill the genetic residue of Coronavirus. Combined with air duct cleaning methods, professional technicians can perform HVAC decontamination with potent agents that reduce the risk of viral contaminants in your indoor air environment.
At Clean Air Services we use hi-range vacuum systems for air duct cleaning that removes bacteria and microbes at the source. Coupled with HVAC decontamination methods, our EPA approved sanitizing agents are safe and effective. Serving clients in Biloxi, Gulfport, Jackson MS, New Orleans, Mobile AL, and the surrounding areas, it’s our goal to help you sanitize your air ducts and breathe easier. Contact us today to chat with our team about your professional air duct cleaning needs.