Clean air ducts are an important factor for the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling system. They are also important for your health. You want the air that’s ventilating through your home and office to be as clean and healthy as it can be. You might need to find a qualified and experienced contractor to ensure your air ducts are as clean as they can be.
Health Is Important
Dirty air ducts can cause your HVAC system to run longer before your home is cooled or heated to the right temperature. The most important reason people have their air ducts cleaned is because of health concerns.
Dust, allergens and fungi can easily build up in your air ducts over time. Just as they’re building up, they’re also being redistributed throughout your home or office time and time again. That can be particularly bothersome to people who suffer from allergies, asthma or other conditions. According to the American Lung Association, air pollution indoors is more common than it is outdoors.
Certification and Effective Work
The right contractor should be a certified member of the National Air Duct Cleaning Association. The NADCA assures that its members use the highest industry standards, in addition to being certified and insured.
There are several ways that contractors can clean your air ducts. Obviously, some techniques are better than others. There’s a special technique that’s called “source removal contact cleaning”. This special technique involves brushes and agitation devices that are designed specifically for the job. These special brushes and agitation devices make contact with all of the areas that are being cleaned. A powerful vacuum simply sucks out the unwanted debris, leaving your air ducts remarkably clean.
Are you concerned about your air ducts? Don’t wait any longer to improve the quality of air that you breath! Please contact us if you have any questions and to find out what we can do for you.
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