IS YOUR INDOOR AIR REALLY SAFE TO CONSUME?
You have probably seen an advertisement, received a coupon in the mail, or been approached directly by a company offering to clean your air ducts, to improve your home’s indoor air quality.
Buildings and homes produce a great deal of contaminants and air pollutants in the process of HVAC’s normal operation, including dander, dust, and chemicals.
As the air circulates and the heating/cooling system is run these contaminants are pulled into the HVAC system and recirculated several times over per day. Over time the circulation accumulates a buildup of contaminants in the HVAC ducts and system parts, fans, Which affects indoor air quality.
- Particles, allergens and other contaminants in your HVAC system reduce efficiency and make the system use more energy and decreasing the life-span of the entire system.
- Filters help but the heating and cooling HVAC system continues accumulating dirt in the course of normal use.
- Once your HVAC system is cleaned it works less to maintain the temperature you desire and less energy is used which improves cost-effectiveness.
As a homeowner, in order to keep your house and your family safe and comfortable. It’s easy to keep up with tasks that you can see, like dirty laundry and vacuuming, what about those hidden parts of the house that need attention?
We’re talking about your heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. It’s true that many homeowners give little thought to the condition of their HVAC systems simply because the intricate network of tubing and fixtures lies within the ceilings and walls of most houses.
But did you know that issues like mold growth in central AC unit, high energy bills, and respiratory issues can all occur because of dirty air ducts? For this reason, it’s important to conduct regular checks and maintenance around your HVAC system.