Dirty Air Duct

Air Duct Cleaning

Air Duct Cleaning

The air ducts in your home circulate the air from your home comfort system throughout your house.  They play a vital role in maintaining consistent interior comfort all year long.

Since this air circulates throughout your home multiple times a day, you want it to be as clean as possible.  Air duct cleaning removes the dust and also contaminants within the ductwork.  This means that as the air moves through the system, it won’t pick up all of the contaminants and therefore disperse them throughout your living environment.

Cleaning your air ducts would include the supply and return air ducts, registers, and diffusers in each room.  We will vacuum away all dust and debris and also prevent it from being recirculated back into the house.

Benefits of Air Duct Cleaning

  1. Reduces Allergens: Dust can contain harmful contaminants and also micro-organisms.  Pet dander, bacteria, mold spores, and also mildew can all be lingering in your ducts.  Anyone who suffers from allergies, asthma, and also other respiratory problems is typically susceptible to these airborne particles.
  2. Removes Unpleasant Smells: Many things can cause smells and odors in your home.  Pets, household cleaning agents, paint fumes, tobacco use, and food prep all contribute to odors in the air ducts.  As the air moves through the air ducts, it picks up all of these smells that are trapped in the air ducts. They will flow throughout the house.  Even an accumulation of dust and also dirt throughout the years can cause a musty smell.  Cleaning the air ducts will remove all particles that trap odors resulting in a cleaner, fresher smelling home.
  3. Creates a Cleaner Living Environment: Dust inside your duct system can circulate throughout your living space. It will land on your furniture, bedding, and also your flooring.  Having your air ducts cleaned reduces the dust in the system and as well the amount of interior cleaning and dusting necessary to maintain a clean home.

Other Benefits of Clean Ducts

  1. Improves Air Flow Efficiency: Heavy buildup of dust and grime on the registers and ductwork can restrict the flow of air in your home comfort system.  This makes your system work harder to heat and cool your home.  This results in a decreased level of efficiency and an increase in your home energy costs.  By cleaning the ducts, your system will operate more efficiently and provide the most cost-effective performance for your dollar.
  2. Breathe Easier: Cleaner air makes it easier for everyone to breathe, especially those individuals with chronic allergies or respiratory problems.  Even the healthiest people can be affected by dust and pollutants which can trigger sneezing and coughing.  It can even cause sinus and bronchial congestion.
  3. Prolong the Life of your HVAC System: Dust accumulation in your ductwork can restrict the flow of air in your system.  Compromised ductwork may eventually need replacing, at a significant expense, if not cleaned.  By performing regular cleanings and planned maintenance on your system, your HVAC motor will experience less wear and tear and therefore have a prolonged life.  Planned maintenance on the system, including the ductwork, is much cheaper than having to replace your HVAC system prematurely.

Why should you clean your air ducts?

Because we stay indoors for more extended periods, having clean air ducts is especially important during the winter months.  The air in our home can circulate 7-10 times throughout the day, and each time it’s picking up particulates in your ductwork and spreading them throughout your home.

And if you’ve recently bought a new home or replaced your home comfort system, that’s also a good time to have the ductwork cleaned.  In addition, if you or someone in your family is struggling with allergies or asthma symptoms, this will help alleviate those symptoms.

Contact Us- Air Control Heating and Air

You can learn more about duct cleaning by calling Air Control Heating and Air or going to our website.  One of our team would be happy to speak to you about setting up an appointment.

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