Air duct cleaning is a factor in improving indoor air quality in your home or business. Indoor air quality can have a big impact on your overall health. If you are suffering from allergy or flu like symptoms and have found no relief, it's time to check what's in your air ducts. If you are overdue for a cleaning, then your dirty air ducts may be polluting your indoor air with allergens that it would otherwise filter out when working properly.
Having your air ducts professionally cleaned is the best way to remove pollution in the air ducts that may be affecting your indoor air quality. The systems that heat and cool a house, apartment, or office building are similar to your body's respiratory system. It takes air in, heats or cools it, and circulates the air back out. The air ducts in your home need to be kept clean in order to maintain the rest of the system. When air ducts circulate air, dander, chemicals, and other contaminants get sucked up into the HVAC system, where they can accumulate. Dust drifts and lands on every surface indoors daily. These particles in the air may be circulated throughout your living and working spaces several times a day, triggering allergic reactions and other respiratory symptoms.
Because dust affects more than just the ducts, a full air duct cleaning also cleans the sensitive parts of your HVAC system, such as the condenser coil and the blower motor. Cleaning can return your HVAC system to peak efficiency, which can save money on energy bills. Since dust and other particles on the heating and cooling units cause the HVAC system to use more energy than necessary, a complete air duct cleaning can reduce wear on your heating and cooling units and save you money, while helping to keep you healthy as well.