Mold, mildew, dust, allergens, germs and more can contaminate our indoor air causing health problems for ourselves and those we love. We often recommend having your HVAC system serviced twice a year for filter changes, leak checks and general efficiency. Regular cleaning and dusting is also helpful, but there is more you can do to ensure better indoor air quality for your home or work environments!
One option is duct cleaning. Annual cleaning of your HVAC system ductwork is recommended.
Have you noticed odd smells or felt like your HVAC system airflow isn't what it should be? These issues can sometimes be due to clogged ducts. Dirt, mold and other objects can get trapped inside your ductwork. The air that passes through the ductwork then comes into your home, so it's important to keep these passageways clean. This should be completed by HVAC professionals with the appropriate duct cleaning equipment. A shop vacuum may help some, but will not brush away dirt as thoroughly, and you could risk causing more damage to your ductwork if you aren't trained in proper cleaning.
Our Superior Air Management team only uses specialized, professional duct cleaning equipment allowing us to ensure the job is done right! We also utilize a camera that allows us to look further inside your ductwork and make sure we removed all debris possible.
Airborne Contaminants Prevention: Dust, pollen, pet dander, and other impurities can build up in ductwork. These particles can enter the air through the HVAC system, causing allergies and respiratory issues.
Improving Indoor Air Quality: Regular duct cleaning can improve household air quality. This can reduce allergens and respiratory discomfort, making your home healthier.
Improving Energy Efficiency: Clean ducts improve airflow, which boosts HVAC efficiency. When air flows freely, your system works less to maintain the proper temperature, saving energy.
Increasing HVAC System Life: Debris can strain your HVAC system and cause premature deterioration. By keeping your ducts clean, you may extend the life of your system and avoid costly repairs or replacements.