The cleaning of your ducts can reduce your utility bills and help you save energy. Your HVAC system’s airflow is reduced by obstructions such as dust, dirt, cobwebs, and pest droppings. Additionally, they make your air conditioner work harder to provide conditioned air to your home’s rooms.
Did you know that an average home’s ducts remove six pounds of dust each time they are cleaned? Dust, pollen, and pet dander are all common contaminants in the air inside your home. It is also important to note that when your furnace or air conditioner draws air, it also draws in airborne particles. Over time, the buildup of these contaminants inside your ducts can result in reduced airflow and recirculation of air throughout your home.
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Types of Duct Cleaning Services Provided
- Air Duct Cleaning
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Air Exchange Cleaning
- Heating & Air Conditioning System Cleaning
- Furnace Blower Cleaning
- Heat Pump with Split Unit Cleaning
- Central Vacuum with Outlets
- Sanitization of the Air Ducts
- Filters Cleaning
For air ducts to function correctly, they must be cleaned and maintained regularly, just like furnaces and air conditioners. You can also reduce your energy bill by keeping your ducts clean and improve the air quality in your home by keeping them free of dust and debris.
What is Air Duct Cleaning?
The process of air duct cleaning involves clearing debris from air ducts, registers, grilles, and other components of an air conditioning system. A truck-mounted vacuum and compression system is the only effective method for cleaning the ducts hidden behind walls and above ceilings. The use of any other method does not guarantee thorough cleaning.
You should have your ducts cleaned more frequently if you have indoor pets or are sensitive to indoor air quality. If you have recently renovated your home, you should also have your ducts cleaned, as this will increase the dust in your forced air system.
Importance of Air Duct Cleaning
Maintain a high level of air quality
Every day, your family breathes the same air that passes through the ducts. If your ductwork is left unattended, it can become a breeding ground for allergens such as pollen and pet dander, which can re-enter your home through the supply registers. Although these particles are not necessarily hazardous to health, they can pose problems to people with asthma, allergies, or other respiratory ailments. You can improve air quality by cleaning your air ducts and preventing airborne particles from entering your home.
Increase the efficiency of the energy system
The flow of air to and from the components of your HVAC system is restricted by dust and debris. Clogged ducts require your furnace or air conditioner to consume more energy to function n. If you keep your ducts clean, your units can perform at their best.
Equipment for heating and cooling should be protected
It is possible for a dirty ventilation system to lead to clogged air conditioner coils, contaminated blower wheels, and other issues that can result in expensive repairs. Your HVAC system will last longer if you include duct cleaning in your maintenance program.