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You might think the air inside your home is clean because of the filters in your HVAC system; but how often do you clean those filters (if ever)? Read on to learn about the possible implications.
Eliminate Respiratory Issues
If you start coughing or sneezing as soon as you turn your HVAC uniton, you should've had it cleaned ages ago. Various allergens that get inside the ductwork will build up overtime and prevent filters from doing their job properly. Why should the air in your home be more polluted than the air outside? Our professionals will make sure the opposite is true, and will get rid of such contaminants as: dust mites, animal dander, mold spores, etc.
Stop Wasting Money on Bills and Repairs
Not only will the build up on filters lead to poor air quality, but it will also restrict the airflow in your home. More important still is the fact that clogged filters and the accumulation of dirt on other components will make your unit work much harder and for longer periods of time to maintain the desired temperature level. Longer hours mean higher bills and premature HVAC failure. We can prevent both doing what we do best - taking special care of your system!
Clean Smelling Home
Like any other enclosed space, air ducts need regular cleaning or they might start smelling bad. Irritating smells such as cigarette smoke and mildew will be completely eliminated after our professional cleaning services. We can also disinfect the air ducts if you’ve had rats or mice living there. By doing so, we’ll remove all the bacteria and viruses they might have left behind as well as the pungent smell of their urine.
If you need any additional information or if you need our expert services, give us a call and schedule a visit at the time that best suits your busy schedule.