The many health benefits of air duct cleaning
Air duct cleaning is when you remove the dust and pollutants from your home’s ductwork. Ductwork is what moves the air from your HVAC unit through your home. As you can already tell, ductwork plays an important part in your homes overall comfort which is why having these ducks clean is important.
As time goes on, ductwork often gets clogged with dust, debris, and pollutants which then get transferred into your home as air and heat passes. Having excess dust, debris, or pollutants occupying your space and cause illness along with other disadvantages.
The benefits of having air duct cleaning
Reduces/removes allergens: As mentioned above, air ducts can get clogged with dust, debris, and pollutants that are harmful to our health when breathed. They also collect mildew, bacteria, mold spores, and pet dander which is also very harmful to breathe. That’s why it’s so important to have your ducts cleaned at least once a year when you schedule your bi-annual maintenance appointments.
Helps clean air enter your home: When your air ducts are cleaned, it allows air to pass much easier through your home which is better for your unit because it’s not having to overwork to get the air to flow. You may even notice your home heats and cools at a faster rate because of the ease of flow.
With ducts being cleaned, you don’t have to worry about dirty air being passed through your vents and can feel confident you’re breathing clean air every day.
Creates a clean-living environment: A common test to see if your air is clean is to find a ray of sunshine as it enters through your windows and see if you notice tiny dust particles floating. If you do, then it’s likely you may be needing your air duct cleaning appointment scheduled. Removing dust particles creates a clean-living environment.
Eliminate tough odors: If you’ve ever noticed it’s hard to get tough odors out of your home, it may be because they are resting in your ducts. Air duct cleaning can help remove these tough odors from entering your home.