Living in the southern portion of the United States almost necessitates air conditioning to be a part of your building, whether that’s at home or at work. And while we enjoy this near-vital part of our lives, do you realize just what might be lurking in the ducts of the air conditioning system? The air indoors tends to be between 10 and 70 times more polluted than the air outdoors. Dirty air ducts can also contribute to allergies, respiratory problems, higher maintenance costs, higher cooling costs, and more. All of this can lead to a reduction in performance at your work and a less inviting home.
What Does It Take To Clean Vent Ducts
In order to get your system cleaned properly, we divide your system up into zones so that we can effectively clean the ducts. Dust and other things accumulate inside of your vent ducts, so we use a specialized agitation brush to knock all of that off, then combine it with a powerful vacuum system to remove it all. What is left is clean ducts that look like new inside. Once we have cleaned your vent ducts, we apply a sanitizer treatment to help ensure that there is no mold or mildew that could cause issues. Not only do we clean the ducts, but we also make sure to clean the fan, coils, and registers. We do a complete cleaning to all surfaces so nothing is missed.
What Are The Benefits To Clean AC Vent Ducts
There are several benefits to having AC vent duct cleaning and maintenance on a regular basis. First is perhaps the most important, and that is improved health by breathing cleaner air. This will reduce allergies and help to prevent illness. Second is the overall cleanliness of the environment. The dust that comes through your ventilation system is made up of many different parts, including pollen, dirt, hair, and more. Having a clean vent system helps to keep your environment clean and prevent the need for dusting so frequently. Clean vent ducts also mean an increase in system efficiency, meaning that the system will not need to work as hard to maintain temperatures. Other benefits include increased longevity of the system, a reduction of a fire hazard in the ducts, and a reduction in costs to operate the system.