How air duct cleaning operates
Why you need air duct maintenance.
Each home and business acquire dust, dirt, pollen, and other air contaminants as people enter and exit the buildings. In fact, it is estimated that a typical sized home creates up to 30 pounds of dust annually. If food or organic matter is unintentionally dropped into the ducts, they can cause parts of your ducts to grow to be moldy. The mixture of dust, mold spores, pollen and other allergens can increase indoor allergy symptoms and breathing problems in people who are susceptible to dust and mold.
One of the best ways to remove the indoor contaminants from your home or business is to schedule regular duct cleaning services. By having your ducts cleaned yearly, you are lowering the amount of dust and other particles that flow through your home or business, which offers many benefits. The biggest benefit is the improvement in your indoor air quality.
Another benefit involves the operation of your HVAC unit. When your air is clean, your filter does not have to trap as many particles, which extends its useful life and prevents filter clogs that could potentially reduce the amount of air that flows into your HVAC system. When your HVAC system does not receive enough airflow, it has to work harder to heat or cool the building, which results in the need to make frequent repairs. Thankfully, you can reduce indoor allergy symptoms, improve your HVAC system’s efficiency and reduce your energy bills by having your ducts regularly cleaned by our professional and experienced HVAC technicians.