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LIGHTING RELEASES 05/28/14 — NJ Duct Cleaning has announced that they will be offering residents of Union, NJ another special service besides their duct cleaning service. Now they will be administering air quality tests for homes and businesses. An air quality test is an exam or test that someone takes in their home or building to see how clean the air is. Indoor air pollutants linger all around the atmosphere. Some of the most common indoor air pollutants include radon, rodents, Nitrogen Dioxide, and dust mites.

Indoor air pollutants are produced from contaminated air that comes from outside to the inside. They can come from indoor sources, too, like construction material, pets, and other things. Homes and business offices with poor ventilation and dirty air ducts have a high percentage of being intoxicated with pollutants that can harm the inhabitants.

NJ Duct Cleaning understands that air quality tests are necessary. For that reason, they have included air quality tests as another service they will be providing. NJ Duct Cleaning is an HVAC duct cleaning company that can take of conducting an air quality test. Their air duct cleaning experts have the tools and training need to assist the residents of Union, NJ.

About NJ Duct Cleaning:

Established in Union, New Jersey, NJ Duct Cleaning has been providing many people with both commercial and residential air duct cleaning services. This company is an upstanding member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, commonly known as the NADCA. NJ Duct Cleaning is a qualified and professional duct cleaning company. It is dedicated to customer support and quality cleaning services. Since 1991, NJ Duct Cleaning has been a leader in HVAC cleaning for the great people of New Jersey. For more information on NJ Duct Cleaning, call (973) 337-2444 or visit www.njductcleaning.com.

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