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Indoor Health: Cleaning Your HVAC System

7/21/2023 (Permalink)

Is your HVAC system not working the way it should? If you live in VA and your utility bills are higher than usual, your air ducts may be to blame. Air ducts play a very important role on how your HVAC system functions and its efficiency. The ducts themselves can be considered as passages that are used for ventilation. Ducts have air constantly pass through them, effectively delivering or removing it.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Having your air duct system filled with dust, dander and mold is never a good thing. These contaminants are transported as your HVAC system starts to produce hot or cold air. While there are air filters to prevent these contaminants from circulating around your home, some of them can’t be filtered out. Regularly maintaining and cleaning your air ducts has been proven to greatly improve the air quality indoors as well as the airflow.

Promoting Indoor Health

Some of the most common indoor pollutants are fumes, smoke and mold, which are intensified when exposed to humidity. To make matters worse, the mold spores, dust particles, allergens and viruses are also carried through the air ducts. By cleaning your air ducts, you will significantly reduce of air pollution while promoting good indoor health. Furthermore, air that's blown will be fresher and free of any allergens.

It Will Help Save Money

Cleaning your air ducts not only improve indoor air quality in VA, but you'll also save money all year long. When your air ducts are dirty, your HVAC system has to work twice as hard to circulate air in your home. However, with regular air duct cleaning VA by SERVPRO of Reston/Herndon, not only is your home fresher, but your utility bills are significantly lower.

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