Realizing I need duct cleaning

For the first few years after moving into my home, I never gave the HVAC duct any thought, but the air ducts maintain circulation and transport heated or cooled air to the multiple rooms. They are essential to energy efficiency, comfort, indoor air quality and even safety; Because these pipes are situated in hard-to-reach spaces and largely concealed, they are easy to ignore, unfortunately, all sorts of particles and contaminants can be hidden inside them, considering that the air my family breathes travels through the pipes several times a afternoon, it’s important to keep them clean, then it’s not unofficial for dust and dirt to end up inside the ducts. The average loft produces a lot of dust. Because the particles are small and light, they can particularly become airborne every time the heater or air conditioner operates. There’s also the potential for mold growth, bacterial growth and all sorts of pathogens that can aggravate dust sensitivity symptoms, cause asthma attacks and lead to respiratory concerns. It wasn’t until I noticed family members coughing, sneezing and complaining of headaches and congestion that I started paying attention to the HVAC duct. Between our health issues and the rising cost of daily utility bills, I figured out that we needed duct cleaning. I searched around and found an Heating, Ventilation and A/C company in our part that specializes in duct services. The cleaning process took a couple of hours but caused no harm or mess. The improvement was truly amazing. The whole home stays cleaner, aromas better and is far more comfortable. The temperature from one room to another is now consistent. The heater and air conditioner don’t need to cycle on as often, and my utility bills are significantly less costly.

New heating units