When Should I Clean My Air Ducts?

When should I clean my air ducts?

When should I clean my air ducts?

The air ducts in your home serve a pretty important function. Just think of them as awesome hollow tunnels that carry the hot and cold air through every room in your home. Over time they can collect dust, mold, bacteria and other microorganisms and debris so they need to be cleaned periodically. A clean air duct will ensure that all of that dust isn’t floating around your home and contributing to the overall cleanliness. Not to mention that if you have a member of your family that suffers from any allergies they might be paying a hefty price for all of that dust as well.
Most recommendations agree that it is a good idea to have the ducts in your home cleaned about every three to five years. There are a couple of other times where a duct cleaning is a good idea. You should also have the job done when you move into a new home. If you’ve recently finished a home remodel project you should have your ducts cleaned as well to ensure that sawdust and other particles have not entered the ducts and are traveling around your home through your duct system.
If you have made the decision that it’s time to have your ducts cleaned you’ll want to make sure you contact a certified duct cleaner that knows how to do a good, thorough job. Our staff of professionals is experts at making sure your airways are as clean as possible.
We have all of the necessary tools to be sure we get into the complicated twists and turns of your duct system and we will do a thorough job of removing the particles that need to be cleaned.
Whether you live in an area where your air conditioner or your furnace does most of the work in your home it really doesn’t matter. The same air travels throughout the system and all of that air moving through the duct work takes all kinds of things with it and shoots it into your home. A clean air duct system means a cleaner home and it also means healthier residents.

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