Due to growing concerns about indoor air quality, it’s easy to see how dirty air ducts can effect your health, your allergies and your heating and cooling systems efficiency.
If any of the following conditions apply, you might benefit from duct cleaning.
Renovation: If your home has been remodeled – especially if there was asbestos abatement, lead paint removal, or significant dust – your ductwork may need to be cleaned. Ducts should be sealed off during home renovations; but if they weren’t, dangerous dust and debris may become lodged inside the ductwork.
Animals: If there’s evidence of animal infestation or nesting in your ducts or HVAC system, have the animals removed then clean the ductwork and HVAC unit.
Mold: If there is visible mold growth inside the ductwork, the ducts and HVAC system should be cleaned.
Contaminants: If noticeable debris, pet hair, odors, or other contaminants are being released into the room through the ducts after the registers have been cleaned and vacuumed; then the ducts may need to be cleaned.
Illness: If someone in your family is suffering from an unexplained allergy-related illness, and you’ve taken every other possible step to decontaminate your home, you may want to consider having your ducts cleaned to see if the HVAC system was the culprit.
If you think duct cleaning might be a good idea for your home or office, contact Parsons Heating & Air. Our factory-trained experts use brand-new, Rotobrush™ equipment to clean your air ducts thoroughly and keep your HVAC system running smoothly and efficiently.