1. The Importance Of Clean Ducts In Vegas

    As we mentioned in our previous blog, the desert heat is a motivating source for keeping people inside. The hot season reminds us all of the importance of HVAC systems and clean air ducts. When operating your business, temperature control works in tandem with better company operations. J & J is proud to be your source for commercial air duct cleaning expertise and services. We can clear out yo…Read More

  2. Beating The Heat

    The summer heat is on! As your provider for air duct cleaning services in the Las Vegas area, we know how hot it gets here. Having your air conditioner up and running is essential for living comfortably. The average high temp for Las Vegas in August is 103 degrees! When it comes to your home’s daily operations, HVAC duct cleaning can be vital. This one process can make all the difference in your…Read More

  3. Signs Your Ducts Need Cleaning

    Americans, particularly in Las Vegas, spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, and more than 85 percent of all homeowners don’t realize air quality could be far worse inside their homes than outside, especially if they’ve never invested in professional air duct cleaning services. Because of these two statistics combined and multiple studies spanning the past few years, the Environmental P…Read More

  4. Cleaning up After Construction

    Whether you are renovating your kitchen, adding on to your commercial building, or building a new warehouse from the ground up, you are dealing with so many details, deadlines, and decisions that it is hard to keep track of anything else. However, after the storm subsides, the construction is finished, and you are beginning to get back to normal, the dust is settling inside your air ducts. As soon…Read More

  5. Making a Fresh Start in a New Home

    Invest in Residential Air Duct Cleaning for Your New Home If you recently bought a new home in Las Vegas, chances are you’ve inspected it thoroughly, as well as invested in a professional inspection so you know that the home you are buying is the very best choice for you and your family. However, the air ducts in the home are often skipped in inspection processes, as they are hidden from view an…Read More

  6. How To Improve Air Quality In Your Home – Part 2

    Last time we discussed some of the ways that you can improve your home’s air quality. By cleaning your house and your pets regularly, and leaving your shoes at the door, you can begin to create a cleaner, healthier space with better air for the whole family. These, in combination with the following tips and air duct cleaning services by our Las Vegas professionals, will help you and your family …Read More

  7. How To Improve Air Quality In Your Home – Part 1

    We spend more than 90 percent of our time indoors. Especially as the weather begins to warm up in the next few months, you’ll find yourself spending more and more time inside in order to escape the Las Vegas heat. However, if you’ve never considered the air quality inside your home or done anything to improve it, chances are that it is not great, and you’ve been breathing in allergens, germs…Read More

  8. Why Commercial Duct Cleaning Is Important For Hospitals

    Hospitals are breeding grounds for germs, diseases, and airborne pathogens. They also have the highest need for clean, sterile environments. This constant battle is made more difficult by the fact that the hardest-to-reach places are the ones that spread pathogens the fastest, thus making hospital duct cleaning in Las Vegas essential to maintaining a sterile facility. A hospital vent system carrie…Read More

  9. Get Cleaner Air For Your Employees This Christmas

    You already know that providing a clean work space for your employees helps them to be more productive, with higher job satisfaction and lower turnover rate. However, what most business owners forget is that the air that your employees breathe plays a large role in the overall cleanliness of their work environment. With over 90% of their time spent indoors, make that time as healthy as possible wi…Read More

  10. Avoiding Asthma Attacks by Avoiding Triggers

    Our previous blog offered information on reducing asthma attacks. In it, we addressed some of the biggest triggers for the 25 million people who suffer from asthma in the United States, including tobacco smoke, dust, mold, and outdoor air pollution. While rescue inhalers can help in the event of an asthma attack, avoiding them is often the better choice. Often preventative measures like residentia…Read More