Go past your maintenance or inspection interval and the chances are your HVAC unit could be pumping out a lot more than just hot and cold air. Not only could you be spreading bad odors throughout your home, but also all sorts of unhealthy pollutants ranging from skin cells to pet dander. Studies compiled by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) state that the air in your home can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside.
The ducting and ventilation components are the heart and lungs of your home’s HVAC system and just because they may be tucked away out of sight, they shouldn’t be out of mind. The furnace or AC unit may be the focal point of your routine maintenance but the ducting that transfers all that hot and cold air is equally important.
Routine maintenance of your HVAC unit is an absolute necessity in order to keep it working properly and safely. Although often overlooked, scheduled maintenance and cleaning of the ducting that carries the air into your home is equally as important. It is in the ducting, that harmful bacteria, mold, and dust can accumulate, which is why homeowners need to schedule HVAC unit cleaning.
In our experience, it’s all too easy for poor air quality and stale odors to go unnoticed especially when you spend a lot of your time indoors. Spend time away however, and on your return, the problems are obvious. This is why so many of our customers call us for help with their HVAC unit cleaning post-vacation needs.
Do you think there’s a problem with the air quality in your home? Call us and we will perform multiple tests to get an accurate picture of the breathable atmosphere in your home. We will perform everything from a visual inspection of ductwork and filters to airborne mold-spore testing. Based on the results, we’ll create an action plan to professionally and thoroughly clean your entire ventilation system. Call our local team now and find out more.Back To Our Services