Ducted HVAC systems are still utilized in the vast majority of homes and businesses today. A ducted system simply makes sense in a multi-room structure if you need to deliver an even volume of cold or hot air to each individual room.
You may take great care to keep your HVAC system clean, well-maintained, safe, and efficient. Maybe you’ve scheduled yearly or biannual inspections and maintenance. To reduce wear and tear, perhaps you change the air filters on a regular basis.
When outside air is pulled into your home or office and temperature-adjusted for your comfort, it takes up minute amounts of dust, filth, debris, pollen, and pollutants.
Despite the fact that your air filters remove as much as they can, some particles linger in the air ducts.
Certain airborne debris, such as pet hair and dander, dust mites, and viruses, become stuck inside your air ducts when stale indoor air is pushed outside to make space for new incoming air. Instead of making their way back outdoors, they become trapped in your air ducts.
Small animals can also enter your home beneath eaves or through gaps in attic crawlspaces and make a winter home within your air ducts, leaving garbage and droppings behind. This, like dust and other pollutants, builds up.
As more dust, dander, rat feces, and other undesirable pollutants collect in your air ducts, your HVAC system must work harder to push and pull air through the ducts. Your filter strains out particles repeatedly, and your inner air grows heavier with irritants and allergens as a result.
AND THIS HAPPENS EVEN IF YOU HAVE A FIVE-STAR HVAC MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION PLAN IN PLACE.
However, as you become aware of what is going on inside your air duct system, everything changes.
You may go from contaminated air to fresh, clean, breathing air in less than a day.
Please do not hesitate to get in Contact Us. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have about duct cleaning and how our process works.