Surprise Air Duct Cleaning
Air duct cleaning is essential to the indoor air quality of homes and has a big impact on the overall health of you and the people you live with. If you are suffering from allergy flu like symptoms and have found no relief, it’s time to check your air ducts. If you are overdue for a cleaning, then your dirty air ducts may be making your indoor air much worse by putting allergens into the air that it would otherwise filter out when working properly.
Why Have Your Air Ducts Professionally Cleaned?
Having your air ducts professionally cleaned is urgently important because your indoor air quality will continue to deteriorate until they are addressed. In a typical suburban home with multiple rooms, dust is multiplied every day. In fact, one family can produce as much as 40 pounds of dust just by going about their daily activities. The heating and cooling systems that heat and cool a house are similar to the respiratory system of a human. It takes air in, and circulates the air right back out to the same room it came from. Just like the respiratory system, the air ducts in your home need to be kept clean in order to maintain the rest of the system.
When air ducts are dirty, dander, chemicals, and general contaminants get sucked up into the HVAC system which is then circulated several times a day. This results in all the pollutants accumulating and creating a need for your air ducts need to be cleaned out. Allergy sufferers and those suffering from issues, such as respiratory health and immune disorders, are the most negatively affected by all of those pollutants.
Save Money on Energy
You could save anywhere from 25 to 40% of the energy used in a home HVAC system by having your ducts cleaned. Since dust and other pathogens cause the HVAC system to exert far too much energy than required, clean air duct filters will save your energy system and save you money while keeping you healthy.
For more information about our air duct cleaning or any of our many other services offered, contact our customer service representatives today.