Air Duct Cleaning &
Indoor Air Quality Services
Why It's the perfect time for an HVAC Air Duct Cleaning!
With a lot of Covid restrictions being lifted, now would be the optimal time to get an air duct cleaning done for your home. There's nothing as important as your families health and well being, and your home's air quality is detrimental to that.
According to the EPA, poor indoor air quality can aggravate conditions like asthma and increase a person’s risk of developing pneumonia and other upper respiratory problems. With everyone being home all the time, or at least a lot more than usual these past two years; air duct
cleaning doesn't sound like a bad idea.
But your home has more that needs to be taken care of besides your homes air quality, but the HVAC itself. The HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system should be regularly cleaned and serviced to promote healthy air, but to also increase its longetivity. Over time dirt and other contaminants build up and cause the system to work much harder and in the longrun; shorten the life of the unit. Althought it's very good to replace the filter, the system gets dirty through everyday use. During winter you close all the windows and keep the heat in for the colder times, however this also trap in contaminants., so take that in addition to being quarantined; you might be in need of a duct cleaning.
Rising prices also includes rising cost of energy your HVAC uses. As mentioned earlier, alot of dirt and debris in your systems will cause your unit to work harder, thus drawing more power in order to do its job. Ductwork can get so dirty that air isnt able to flow efficiently through the system, and this forces the system to work harder and adds energy expenditure to your monthly utility bill. So cleaning your ducts isn't just a health issue, but cna also be a wallet issue as well.
There is no reason to be alaramed or feel worried about the quality of air your home has, any certified NADCA technician will tell you. A few tips to remember is to get serious about your homes air system filtration. Change those filters out every month to ensure you and your family are breathing clean and healthy air. Dust and vacuum regularly, this will help your HVAC's filter work more efficiently and help lead to improved air quality. Increasing ventilation in your home by even opening a window allows for fresh air to come and while old stale air out. Investing in a humidifier can help family members inside the home breathe more comfortably by preventing dry throats and nasal passages; also helps control dust mites, mold, and mildew. Scheduling a duct cleaning cleans your homes contaminants and other air pollutents like pet dander, dust, mold, and chemicals. These are all pulled into your homes HVAC system and recirculated an average of five to seven times per day! All these steps can and will most likely greatly improve indoor air quality and reduce health problems.
Take a look around your home, breathe in, open the door, and give us a call today.
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