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					     Indoor Air Quality and
         Your Health:

                    A Guide To
                HVAC System Cleaning
                  And It’s Benefits




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                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS


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Executive Summary………………………………………………………………………………………...……3

Indoor Air Quality Facts……………………………………………………………………………………...…5

3 Major Benefits Of HVAC System Cleaning………………………………………………………………….6

Part 1: Reduce Dust…And The Unhealthy Contaminants That Make-up Dust…………………………....7

      Fact: The Dirty, Dusty, Contaminated Air You Breathe Is Putting Your Family At Risk……...…8

      So…Just What Could Be In The Air Your Family Is Breathing Right Now?……………………...11

      When Should You Consider Having Your HVAC System Cleaned?……………………………….12

      Will Cleaning My HVAC System Really Improve Health?……………….…………………………13

Part 2: Reduce Energy Costs To Heat Or Cool Your Home / Office By Increasing Heating And
        Cooling Efficiency……………………...………………………………………………………………14

      Just How Much Is It Worth For Your Family To Breathe Cleaner Air?………………….……….15

Part 3: Reduce Wear And Tear On Heating / Cooling Equipment……………………………..………….16




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                                                                                        Executive Summary



                             Executive Summary
            Part 1: Reduce Dust…And The Unhealthy Contaminants That Make-up Dust

      The air you breathe inside your home or office building can be seventy times more polluted than
      the air outside!
      Drywall dust, paper, pieces of wood, and pop cans have all been found in the duct systems of NEW
      HOMES!! That’s not all!! When the AC/Furnace unit is turned on to test it, this dust and debris
      is sucked into it!!
      This construction debris is PERFECT for attracting and trapping other DIRT, POLLEN, DUST
      MITES, PET HAIR, PET DANDER, etc…
      The average fiberglass filter for your HVAC system traps ONLY 7% of the particulate matter
      that blows through it. Even for high-grade filters, the VERY FINE DUST gets through…and
      that’s right, blows into your duct system and into the air you breathe.
      It Is Estimated That The Average 1500 Square Foot Home Generates 40 Pounds Of Dust Per
      Year. This dust is comprised of bacteria, mold spores, pollen, dust mites, building materials, pet hair
      and dander, cooking oils, soot, carpet fibers, fireplace ash, paper, and other particulate matter.
      Forced air furnace filters that are loaded with these contaminants no longer remove them from
      the air. Instead they build up in heating and air conditioning ductwork systems.
      You now have a Dirty Duct System, a Filthy Furnace, a Clogged AC Evaporator Coil, and the
      PERFECT ENVIRONMENT AND BREEDING GROUND FOR ALLERGENS, MOLD, AND
      MILDEW.
      Airborne contaminants can make your house dirty and dusty. This dust gets on your furniture,
      paintings, refrigerator, TV, computer screens, etc… Worst of all, because it keeps re-circulating
      through your home, YOU CAN NEVER SEEM TO GET RID OF IT—NO MATTER HOW
      MUCH YOU CLEAN!!

      Airborne contaminants can cause or aggravate a variety of health-related issues, including
      allergies and asthma.

      Source Removal (HVAC System Cleaning) is the #1 EPA recommended strategy to improve
      Indoor Air Quality—AND GET RID OF DUST!!.




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                                                                                      Executive Summary



                  Part 2: Reduce Energy Costs To Heat Or Cool Your Home / Office
                           By Increasing Heating And Cooling Efficiency.
      A thorough cleaning of your HVAC System—not just the air ducts—can ensure you breathe
      cleaner air, reduce the costs associated with heating and cooling your home, and increase the
      useful life of your HVAC equipment.
      According to the EPA, research suggests that cleaning dirty cooling coils, fans and heat
      exchangers can improve the efficiency of heating and cooling systems—and lower the energy costs
      you have to pay to keep you and your family cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Other
      companies that just clean your ducts skip the AC Evaporator Coil—the most important
      component of your HVAC System. They leave behind dirt that keeps your system operating
      inefficiently—dirt that will re-contaminate your ducts (and your entire home) as soon as the
      system is turned on.
      Your HVAC System is most likely dirtier than you suspect. Most fiberglass filters are only 7%
      efficient in stopping dirt, dust, pollen from passing through them. (American Society of Heating,
      Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Experts- ASHRAE)
      A 1987 ASHRAE study also concluded that maintaining HVAC system cleanliness in homes would
      REDUCE AVERAGE OPERATING COSTS BY 10% TO 25%.
      According to the EPA, a build-up of .042 inches of dirt on a heating or cooling coil can result in a
      decrease in HVAC System efficiency of 21% .
      The average heating/cooling bill in Colorado is $1900 per year. Increased efficiency from cleaning
      your HVAC System CAN SAVE YOU FROM APPROXIMATELY $190 TO $475 PER YEAR.


                  Part 3: Reduced Wear And Tear On Heating / Cooling Equipment

      Nine out of 10 HVAC System failures are caused by dirt and dust. (Louisiana Cooperative
      Extension Service- LCES)
      Clogged A/C Coils Restrict Air Flow- As the AC Evaporator Coil becomes clogged, the amount of air
      (cold and hot—remember, heated air must pass through the evaporator coil even though the air
      conditioner is not operating) that will blow into the rooms in your home is reduced. Air flow studies
      conducted by Monster Vac on new homes PROVE that cleaning the system of a new, never before
      occupied home system can DRAMATICALLY INCREASE AIR FLOW—BY AN AVERAGE OF
      23.1%!!

      In homes that have been occupied for 5 or more years, THIS INCREASE IN AIR FLOW CAN
      EASILY REACH 200-300%!! The less strain that is placed on your equipment, the longer it will
      last. IT’S JUST THAT SIMPLE!!




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                                                                                        Indoor Air Quality Facts



   FACT: The Air You Breathe Inside Your
  Home Can Be Seventy Times More Polluted
          Than The Air Outside!
                                (Source: EPA-Environmental Protection Agency)



Most people find this fact is surprising, considering all the outdoor pollution from automobile exhaust, pollen,
and industrial waste. Since this declaration, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become a major concern to doctors
treating patients with allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments; to parents of young children, whose lungs
are still in the developing stage; and to business people, who can be held liable for the health of their employees
and customers.

When energy costs skyrocketed in the 1970s and 1980s, new homes and commercial buildings were constructed
with energy conservation and efficiency in mind. Homes and businesses became more insulated—not only
preventing outside air from entering the building, but also trapping the air inside. Heating and air conditioning
units became more efficient at recycling the indoor air. Forced air heating and air conditioning units grew in
number as the choice of builders and architects.




    FACT: It Is Estimated That The Average
      1500 Square Foot Home Generates
        40 Pounds Of Dust Per Year.

This dust is comprised of bacteria, mold spores, pollen, dust mites, building materials, pet hair and
dander, cooking oils, soot, carpet fibers, fireplace ash, paper, and other particulate matter. Forced air
furnace filters that are loaded with these contaminants no longer remove them from the air. Instead they build
up in heating and air conditioning ductwork systems. As air circulates through the building ductwork, it picks
up these pollutants and spews them back into the air you breathe.




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                                                            3 Major Benefits Of HVAC System Cleaning



              What Can I Do To Make
        The Air My Family Breathes Cleaner?
According to the EPA (“The Inside Story: A Guide To Indoor Quality”), there are 3 Strategies to
improve indoor air quality:

   1.     Source Control
   2.     Ventilation Improvements
   3.     Air Cleaners

One of the most important and economical ways to remove the source of contaminants in the air you
breathe is to have the entire HVAC System cleaned.




               Three Major Benefits Of
             HVAC System Cleaning Include:
   1.     Reduce Dust…And The Unhealthy Contaminants That
          Make-up Dust.

   2.     Reduce Energy Costs To Heat Or Cool Your Home /
          Office By Increasing Heating And Cooling Efficiency.

   3.     Reduced Wear And Tear On Heating / Cooling
          Equipment.




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                                                                 Part 1: Reduce Dust…And The Unhealthy
                                                                         Contaminants That Make-up Dust




Part 1: Reduce Dust…And The
   Unhealthy Contaminants
      That Make-up Dust
So…How Does Dust—And The Unhealthy Contaminants That Make-
       Up Dust—Get Into My HVAC System Anyway?
That’s easy—it started when your home was being built:
STEP 1:      Drywall dust, paper, pieces of wood, and pop cans have all been found in the dust systems of
             NEW HOMES!! That’s not all!! When the AC/Furnace unit is turned on to test it, this dust and
             debris is sucked into it!!
STEP 2:      The construction debris is PERFECT for attracting and trapping other DIRT, POLLEN, DUST
             MITES, PET HAIR, PET DANDER, etc…
STEP 3:      The average fiberglass filter for your HVAC system traps ONLY 7% of the particulate matter
             that blows through it. Even for high-grade filters, the VERY FINE DUST gets through…and
             that’s right, blows into your duct system and into the air you breathe.
STEP 4:      Your home actually produces dust. Fine particulate matter from your furniture, carpets, pets,
             etc… all gets stirred into the air…and that’s right, gets sucked into your HVAC system and is re-
             circulated into the air you breathe.
STEP 5:      You now have a Dirty Duct System, a Filthy Furnace, a Clogged AC Evaporator Coil, and the
             PERFECT ENVIRONMENT AND BREEDING GROUND FOR ALLERGENS, MOLD,
             AND MILDEW.

                                     The Math Is Easy:
(Construction Debris) + (Poor Air Filtration and Filter
Maintenance) + (Dirty Outdoor Air) + (Dust Producing
Living Environments) =
             A DIRTY HVAC SYSTEM AND DIRTY AIR
            FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO BREATHE

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    The Dirty, Dusty, Contaminated Air You
    Breathe Is Putting Your Family At Risk
Consider These Facts:
FACT:       More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies.
            (Environmental Protection Agency)

FACT:       1 out of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to the
            mold, fungi, and bacteria IN THE AIR DUCT SYSTEM.
            (Total Health and Better Health Magazines)

            Mold Spores In Your HVAC System: Mold spores are microscopic and are naturally present
            in both indoor and outdoor air. Molds reproduce by means of spores. Some molds have spores
            that are easily disturbed and waft into the air and settle repeatedly with each disturbance. Other
            molds have sticky spores that will cling to surfaces and are dislodged by brushing against them
            or by other direct contact. Spores may remain able to grow for years after they are produced. In
            addition, whether or not the spores are alive, the allergens in and on them may remain allergenic
            for years. And These Mold Spores Are Probably In Your HVAC System RIGHT NOW!!

            Mold Toxins In Your HVAC System: Molds can produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.
            Some Mycotoxins cling to the surface of mold spores: others may be found within spores. More
            than 200 mycotoxins have been identified from common molds, and many more remain
            unidentified. Some of the molds that are known to produce mycotoxins are commonly found in
            moisture-damaged buildings. Exposure pathways for mycotoxins can include inhalation,
            ingestion or skin contact. Some mycotoxins are well known to affect humans and have been
            shown to be responsible for human health effects. Your family is probably being exposed to
            mold toxins from your HVAC system RIGHT NOW!!

            Hidden Mold: Often hidden mold may not be obvious. Mold may be growing on hidden
            surfaces, such as the backside of dry wall, wallpaper, paneling, the top of ceiling tiles, the
            underside of carpets and pads, etc. Other possible locations of hidden mold may include pipe
            chases and utility tunnels, walls behind furniture, behind home aquariums, condensation drain
            pans inside air handling units, porous thermal or acoustic liners inside ductwork, or roof
            materials above ceiling tiles. That’s right—mold can and often does grow in your HVAC
            system!!




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                                                                         Contaminants That Make-up Dust


            The Dangers Of Breathing Mold Or Mold Toxins From Your HVAC System Are Real!!
            Allergic Reactions: Inhaling or touching mold or mold spores may cause allergic reactions
            in sensitive individuals. Allergic reactions to mold are common these reactions can be
            immediate or delayed. Allergic responses include hay fever-type symptoms, such as sneezing,
            runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash (dermatitis). Mold spores and fragments can produce allergic
            reactions in sensitive individuals regardless of whether the mold is dead or alive. Repeated or
            single exposure to mold or mold spores just like the kind that can be found in your HVAC
            System may cause previously non-sensitive individuals to become sensitive.
            Asthma: Molds just like the kind that are found in HVAC Systems can trigger asthma
            attacks in persons who are allergic (sensitized) to molds. The irritants produced by molds may
            also worsen asthma in non-allergic (non-sensitized) people.
            Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis: Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis may develop following either
            short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic) exposure to molds. The disease resembles bacterial
            pneumonia and is uncommon.
            Irritant Effects: Exposure to mold like the types commonly found in HVAC Systems can
            cause irritation of the eyes, skin, nose, throat and lungs and sometimes can create a
            burning sensation in these areas.
            Opportunistic Infections: People with weakened immune systems may be more vulnerable
            to infection by molds. Aspergillus Fumigatus, for example, has been known to infect the lungs
            of immune-compromised individuals. These individuals inhale the mold spores that start growing
            in their lungs. Trichoderma has also been known to infect immune-compromised children.
            Healthy individuals are usually not vulnerable to opportunistic infections from airborne mold
            exposure. However, molds can cause common skin infections such as Athlete's Foot and Yeast
            infections.
FACT:       10-12 million Americans suffer from asthma.
            (American College Of Allergists)
            Asthma is a reversible obstructive lung disease caused by an increased reaction of the
            airways to various stimuli—including the dust, mold, pet hair and pet dander that can be
            found in your HVAC System. It is a chronic condition with acute exacerbations. Asthma
            can be a life-threatening disease if not properly managed. It is estimated that 6.3 million
            children under 18 years of age have asthma; of which 4 million suffered from an asthma
            attack or episode in the past year.
                Asthma is the leading serious chronic illness among children. Most children have mild to
                moderate problems, and their illness can be controlled by treatment at home or in the doctor's
                office. For some children the illness becomes a formidable problem causing numerous visits
                to the hospital emergency room and multiple hospitalizations.
                Asthma is the third leading cause of hospitalization among children under the age of 15
                and it is the first-ranking chronic condition.



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                There were close to 658,000 pediatric emergency room visits in 1999 due to asthma. The
                estimated annual rate for emergency room visits among children under age 5 is 137.1 per
                10,000--the highest rate of all age groups.
                Asthma accounts for 14 million lost school days annually. It is the leading cause of school
                absenteeism attributed to chronic conditions.
                The estimated annual cost of treating asthma in those under 18 years of age is $3.2
                billion.
                Asthma breathing problems usually happen in “episodes”, but the inflammation
                underlying asthma is continuous. An asthma episode is a series of events that result in
                narrowed airways. These include: swelling of the lining, tightening of the muscle, and
                increased secretion of mucus in the airway. The narrowed airway is responsible for the
                difficulty in breathing with the familiar "wheeze."
                Asthma is characterized by excessive sensitivity of the lungs to various stimuli. Triggers
                range from viral infections to allergies, to irritating gases and particles in the air—just like
                the kind your HVAC System spews out on a daily basis. Each child reacts differently to
                the factors that may trigger asthma, including:
                    respiratory infections, colds
                    allergic reactions to allergens such as pollen, mold, animal dander, feathers, dust,
                    food, and cockroaches
                    vigorous exercise
                    exposure to cold air or sudden temperature change
                    cigarette smoke
                    excitement/stress
                    exercise
FACT:       Most people spend 60% to 90% of their time indoors.
            (American Lung Association)
FACT:       Indoor air can be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air.
            (Environmental Protection Agency)
FACT:       50% of all illness is either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.
            (American College of Allergists)
FACT:       Legionnaire's Disease was distributed from air ducts and killed 29 people in 1976.
            (American Lung Association)
FACT:       The elderly, asthmatics and people with breathing problems are also likely to be sensitive
            to pollutants in the air.
            (Department of Consumer Affairs)
FACT:       Children are more likely than adults to be affected by polluted indoor air. They breathe
            faster, inhale more air per unit of body weight and are closer to the ground, where the
            concentrations are higher.
            (Department of Consumer Affairs)


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         So…Just What Could Be In The Air
         Your Family Is Breathing Right Now?




                              Microscopic Mold and Fungi




        Dust Mites                            Pollen                               Dust
We have shown that many people have allergic reactions to pollen, bacteria, dust mites and mold. These
particles, along with other invisible pollutants, settle in the air ducts and are re-circulated every time the
furnace blower is operating. Cleaning and sanitizing your ductwork not only eliminates most contaminants
but also can improve the efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace by improving air flow.
Leading medical authorities acknowledge that moisture and contaminants found in HVAC systems serve
as ideal breeding grounds for mold, germs, fungi and other harmful microbes. This poses a major health
risk to those who suffer from allergies, asthma, immune system deficiencies and other chronic illnesses, as well
as to small children and the elderly.
Medical studies have confirmed that some diseases, including Legionnaire's Disease, originate in and are
spread by contaminated ventilation systems.
Doctors, particularly allergists, now commonly prescribe HVAC and air duct cleaning as a remedy for
health problems related to indoor air quality.



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                 What Are The Symptoms Of
                   Indoor Air Pollution?
          Eye Irritation                                Insomnia and Fatigue
          Sinus Congestion                              Tightness In Chest
          Headache                                      Wheezing and Hypersensitivity
          Scratchy Throat                               Cough




   When Should You Consider Having Your
          HVAC System Cleaned?
      If live or work in a home or office building whose HVAC system has never been
      cleaned (or has not been cleaned in the last 3-5 years).

      If you have smokers in the household or office.

      If there is excessive dust on your furniture, computer & screen, etc…

      If you have pets that shed high amounts of hair and dander.

      If there has been water contamination or damage to the home or office building or
      HVAC system.

      If family members or tenants/employees have allergies and/or asthma.

      After renovations or remodeling

      Prior to occupying any home that is new to you, even a “new” home.


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               Will Cleaning My HVAC System
                   Really Improve Health?
That depends on whom you ask. The body of research literature is somewhat inconclusive. That being said,
here are some simple guidelines that can help you decide if HVAC System cleaning will benefit you and your
family:
1).    If family members suffer from allergies or asthma, or are experiencing unusual or unexplained
       symptoms or illnesses that you think might be related to your home environment, you should
       discuss the situation with your doctor. Remember: Doctors, particularly allergists, now
       commonly prescribe HVAC and air duct cleaning as a remedy for health problems related to
       indoor air quality.
2).    If a visual inspection of the inside of the ducts and AC evaporator coil reveals that your air ducts
       are contaminated with large deposits of dust or mold, reveal musty odors, or visible mold growth,
       having your air ducts cleaned is the only way to prevent this contamination from becoming a
       problem for you and your family.
3).    If the idea that removing the 40 pounds a year of dust that the average home creates will reduce
       the likelihood of health-related issues due to contaminated air, then you should have your HVAC
       System cleaned.
While the debate about the value of periodic duct cleaning continues, no evidence suggests that such cleaning
would be detrimental, provided that it is done properly.
On the other hand, if a service provider fails to follow proper duct cleaning procedures, duct cleaning can
cause indoor air problems. For example, an inadequate vacuum collection system can release more dust, dirt,
and other contaminants than if you had left the ducts alone. A careless or inadequately trained service provider
can damage your ducts or heating and cooling system, possibly increasing your heating and air conditioning
costs or forcing you to undertake difficult and costly repairs or replacements.


                         The Bottom Line Is This:
The EPA recommends contaminant source
removal as the #1 Strategy for cleaner air.
HVAC System cleaning every 3-5 years is one of
the most efficient, cost effective ways to remove
potential indoor air contamination sources.
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                                         Part 2: Reduce Energy Costs To Heat Or Cool Your Home / Office
                                                           By Increasing Heating And Cooling Efficiency




    Part 2: Reduce Energy Costs
FACT:         According to the EPA, research suggests that cleaning dirty cooling coils, fans and heat
              exchangers can improve the efficiency of heating and cooling systems—and lower the
              energy costs you have to pay to keep you and your family cool in the summer and warm in
              the winter. Other companies that just clean your ducts skip the most important
              components of your HVAC System. They leave behind dirt that keeps your system
              operating inefficiently—dirt that will re-contaminate your ducts (and your entire home) as
              soon as the system is turned on.

FACT:         Your HVAC System is most likely dirtier than you suspect. Most fiberglass filters are only
              7% efficient in stopping dirt, dust, pollen from passing through them. (American Society of
              Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Experts- ASHRAE)

FACT:         A 1987 ASHRAE study also concluded that maintaining HVAC system cleanliness (in
              homes and office buildings) would reduce average operating costs by 10% to 25%.

FACT:         According to the EPA, a build-up of .042 inches of dirt on a heating or cooling coil can
              result in a decrease in HVAC System efficiency of 21% .


The average heating/cooling bill in Colorado is $1900 per year. Increased efficiency from cleaning your
HVAC System can save you from approximately $190 to $475 per year.




                 Who Else Wants To Save
              Between $190 - $475 Per Year In
                Heating And Cooling Costs?



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                                    Part 2: Reduce Energy Costs To Heat Or Cool Your Home / Office
                                                      By Increasing Heating And Cooling Efficiency




         Just How Much Is It Worth For
       Your Family To Breathe Cleaner Air?

The cost of cleaner air is less than you think—  about 41¢ per day.
That’s only $12.30 per month, or $147.60 per year for 4 years—or about $600 for the cost
of a thorough Monster Vac HVAC System cleaning for the average home.

How does this compare to the other things we spend our hard-earned money on without
even thinking?

     DESCRIPTION                     AVERAGE COST                       COST PER DAY
         Cable TV                     $58.00 per month                       $1.93
        Newspaper                   50¢ at the News Stand                     50¢
  Large Starbuck Coffee                  $3.95 per cup                       $3.95
  Pack of Gum (12 pieces)               $1.19 per pack                   40¢ (4 pieces)
    Broadband Internet                $47.67 per month                       $1.59
 24 Hr. Fitness Intro. Offer          $127 for 3 months                      $1.41
    Local Phone Service               $46.24 per month                       $1.54
     Can of Soda Pop              50¢ at a Vending Machine               $1.00 (2 cans)




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                                          Part 3: Reduced Wear And Tear On Heating / Cooling Equipment




 Part 3: Longer Equipment Life
FACT:         Nine out of 10 HVAC System failures are caused by dirt and dust.
              (Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service- LCES)


Clogged A/C Coils Restrict Air Flow- As the AC Evaporator Coil becomes clogged, the amount of air (cold
and hot—remember, heated air must pass through the evaporator coil even though the air conditioner is not
operating) that will blow into the rooms in your home is reduced. The following air flow study was conducted
by Monster Vac on new homes. It shows that cleaning the system of a new, never before occupied home
system can dramatically increase air flow—by an average of 23.1%!!



                  Description of Average CFM Average CFM
 Customer #          system      Before cleaning After Cleaning          CFM Increase      Increase in %
     35325            Basement            735.2             1016              280.8             38.19%

     36775            Basement            1444              1807               363              25.14%

     36764            Basement            1309              1670               361              27.58%

     36694            Basement            1957              2309               352              17.99%

     30457            Basement            380.8             469.8               89              23.37%

     36863            Horizontal          1190              1364               174              14.62%

     43226            Basement            1519              1886               367              24.16%

     36841            Horizontal           848              1239               391              46.11%

     37075            Basement             748               831                83              11.10%

     36841            Horizontal           501              641.8             140.8             28.10%

     37021            Basement             930              1182               252              27.10%

     34299            Basement             971              1107               136              14.01%

     19821            Horizontal           996              1131               135              13.55%

   Totals                               13529            16653.6            3124.6            23.10%
IN HOMES THAT HAVE BEEN OCCUPIED FOR 5 OR MORE YEARS, THIS INCREASE IN AIR
FLOW CAN EASILY REACH 200-300%!! THE LESS STRAIN THAT IS PLACED ON YOUR
EQUIPMENT, THE LONGER IT WILL LAST. IT’S JUST THAT SIMPLE!!


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Now That You’ve Decided To Take Advantage Of The Benefits HVAC System
Cleaning Can Provide You And Your Family, How Do You Know Who Will
Do A Good, Thorough Job?

What Makes The Difference In Whether A HVAC System Is Left


      CLEAN or LESS FILTHY?
Call, Fax, Or E-mail us for our FREE REPORT:

10 CRITICAL CHARACTERISTICS YOU SHOULD DEMAND
       FROM YOUR DUCT CLEANING COMPANY
                    (AFTER ALL, THEY DO MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
              IN WHETHER YOUR SYSTEM IS LEFT CLEAN—OR LESS FILTHY)

Monster Vac’s Technology/Equipment, Cleaning Processes, And High-Caliber
Technicians Are Better Than The Competiton!!


           Call One Of Our Competitors,
                  And Chances Are
           They’ll Leave You In The Dust!!

      The Choice Is Clear…
          Monster Vac
      We’ve Got The Power™
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