Air duct systems will all eventually need a thorough clean. If your air duct unit is showing signs of malfunction or inefficiency, you can find out all the information and answers you need on this FAQ page created by our experts. Scroll down to learn more.
Will an air duct cleaning really improve the quality of the air in my home?
A big contributor to low indoor air quality is pollution from dust, dirt, and otherwise. These materials build up in your home's air ducts over time and contaminate the air passing through. Regular air duct cleanings will remove these substances from the vent to they will no longer be able to drag down your home's air quality and make it dirty.
What are the common sources of air duct contamination?
A variety of contaminants can enter your HVAC system from the outside. Dust, chemicals, insects, and pollens can all find their way into your ductworks and negatively affect the indoor air quality of your home. Other internal sources such as human skin cells, cooking smoke, and insect sprays can also act as sources of pollutants. Our professional air duct cleaning service successfully eliminates the contamination leaving you with clean air and improved HVAC efficiency.
Which parts of my HVAC system will be cleaned?
The three major parts of your HVAC system we will inspect and clean are: the supply and return grills, the furnace, and the interior surfaces of air ducts and vents. All three components must be cleaned thoroughly otherwise the contaminants from a dirty component will rapidly spread around the entire system.
What are the benefits of air duct insulation?
This helps to improve the efficiency of the entire HVAC system. Besides, the risk of condensation and mold growth is also lower. It is worth noting that the insulation does not require considerable additional spending on your park. However, it can save you a great deal of money and hassle over the long term.