CORONAVIRUS NOTICE: HERE AT DENVER DUCTS CORP WE ALWAYS CARE ABOUT THE SAFETY OF OUR EMPLOYEES AND THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE. IN THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES, WE WANT TO REASSURE YOU THAT YOU CAN COUNT ON OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU. WE ARE PARTICULARLY GRATEFUL FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS, FIRST RESPONDERS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS ON THE FRONT LINES - THANK YOU FOR YOUR SACRIFICES!
THE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION ( CDC ) SIGNALED THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A CLEAN, DISINFECTED AND SANITIZED ENVIRONMENT TO HELP CONTROL THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS.
Cleaning is the necessary first step of any disinfection process. Cleaning removes organic matter, salts, and visible soils, all of which interfere with microbial inactivation. The physical action of scrubbing with detergents and surfactants and rinsing with water removes substantial numbers of microorganisms. If a surface is not cleaned first, the success of the disinfection process can be compromised. Removal of all visible blood and inorganic and organic matter can be as critical as the germicidal activity of the disinfecting agent. When a surface cannot be cleaned adequately, it should be protected with barriers.
Disinfection destroys most pathogenic and other microorganisms by physical or chemical means. In contrast, sterilization destroys all microorganisms, including substantial numbers of resistant bacterial spores, by heat (steam autoclave, dry heat, and unsaturated chemical vapor) or liquid chemical sterilants. Disinfection does not ensure the degree of safety associated with sterilization processes.
.Clean & Disinfect
These guidelines are focused on household settings and are meant for the general public.
.Cleaning refers to the removal of germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces. Cleaning does not kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.
.Disinfecting refers to using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. This process does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
DENVER DUCTS CORP USES VARIETY EPA ( Environmental Protection Agency ) APPROVED PRODUCTS, SANITIZERS, DISINFECTANTS AND DEODORIZERS.
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The Facts about Dryers & Venting with Safety
The Chimney Safety Institute of America cautions the public that there’s a growing fire and carbon monoxide poisoning danger that could result in unnecessary deaths, injuries or property damage – the obstruction or improper venting of clothes dryer exhaust ducts.
To combat dryer fires and carbon monoxide poisoning, the CSIA recommends that homeowners have clothes dryer exhaust ducts professionally inspected annually – and maintained as necessary.
CSIA points out that clothes dryers have historically either been located in basements or on the main floor of a house and generally within a short distance from an outside wall. Because of these logistics, the danger of lint plugging the exhaust duct has been minimal.
But in today’s complex and technologically sophisticated homes, many clothes dryers could be located in the inner core of the house in bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and even in hall closets. These new locations mean dryers need to be vented longer distances and sometimes even with sharp turns and bends to accommodate the structure of the home. These complicated systems make exhaust ducts harder to reach and also create more places where lint can collect and pile up. Because lint is incredibly flammable it poses a fire risk.
The availability of natural gas clothes dryers is another reason why dryer exhaust duct maintenance is necessary. If a gas clothes dryer is not properly vented, it can cause carbon monoxide to be forced back into the home and that can be deadly.
In addition to lint obstructions or improper venting, bird’s nests or rodents and bug infestations can also plug up a vent causing potential fire hazards or carbon monoxide poisonings. Symptoms
of a clogged clothes dryer exhaust duct include incomplete drying of clothes at normal temperatures and very hot dryer temperatures.
Top Benefits of DRYER VENT CLEANING
Over months of use, dryer vents collect lint, dust, dirt, and more. Scheduling a cleaning can eliminate these contaminates—which result in many benefits including:
- Fire safety – Did you know that the heat from your dryer can cause a fire? Cleaning your dryer vents will reduce the risk of a fire.
- Carbone monoxide safety – Poorly maintained gas dryers can build up carbon monoxide—which would be a serious health risk to you and your family!
- Mold issues – Cleaning your dryer vents will reduce the risk of mold build-up.
- Dryer life – When you clean your dryer vents, your unit can work more efficiently—meaning you can have a dryer that works for years to come.
- Energy savings – With cleaner vents, your dryer can run less and you could save on your utility bills!
Keeping your dryer vents clean is important to you and your homes safety. If you haven’t had your vents cleaned in quite some time, it might be a good time to schedule a cleaning.
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