Attention to Detail
One of the most popular questions our customers ask when they begin researching is how the air duct cleaning process works and how one is to determine whether the vents need cleaning or not. 1. Use a screwdriver, remove a floor or wall register. 2. Using a mirror and flashlight, observe the condition of the ductwork. If you see that the vent contains any visible dust or debris, it is time to get the ducts taken care of. What You Need To Know About Duct Cleaning Air Duct Cleaning is a lot more complicated than just blowing out the vents in your home. Your air ducts are only part of the overall Heating Ventilation and Furnace System, which include the following components: Return vents, Supply vents, Coils ,Drain pan, Vent registers, Air plenum, Blower, Motor and Assembly, Heat Exchanger, Air Cleaner & Air Filter. The main reason why residential homes should have their ducts cleaned is because they accumulate dust! This accumulation can be the cause of a myriad of problems, including increased need for dusting, poor heating and cooling performance, and musty odors. While normal, repeated cycling of dust in a home can increase the need for air duct cleaning, other factors may push the air duct cleaning timetable forward even more, including: * Pets * Occupants with allergies or asthma * Cigarette or cigar smoke * Water contamination or damage to the home / Furnace system * Home renovation or remodeling projects
Your HVAC system is the heart providing climate control for the comfort of your family and guests. The same dirt, pollen and contaminants deposited in your carpet can also be collected and circulated in the air system. Dirty Systems and Bad Air Build Up Gradually, according to the American Lung Association, poor indoor air quality is a major cause of days lost from work and school. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says a build-up of dirt on heating or cooling coils can result in a 21% decrease in HVAC system efficiency.