Ensuring a clean HVAC system will help you to save more money and also keep your family in good health. Aside the fact that regular cleaning and maintenance on the HVAC system will help to maintain good and safe air in your home, It will also bring the system closer to factory specs when compared to a new HVAC system. Cleaning the HVAC system and the ductwork together will offer you a huge advantage because dirty ducts can spread their debris contaminants and clog the HVAC, and a dirty HVAC clogs up ducts easily. For high-quality service, contact us to make your HVAC system clean and safe for you and your family members.
Our cleaning and maintenance service covers the following processes.
- Deep Cleaning
- Plenum Cleaning
- Evaporator Coil Clean
- Blower Cleaning
- Written Estimates
Top Benefits of HVAC Cleaning
Why should you have your HVAC system cleaned?
The HVAC system gets dirty over time and also have the potential to contain large amounts of dust and particles which can later be dangerous to your health and that of your family members. More benefit is discussed below.
Dirt’s, particles and contaminants in the heating and cooling area of your HVAC system will cause the system to work hard and in the process increase the temperature of your system which will shorten the lifespan of your system. Even with the presence of the filter, the heating and cooling system will still get dirty through normal use.
A thorough cleaning of the system will enhance the performance of your HVAC system to maintain your desired temperature, which will help to conserve the energy used leading to improved cost efficiency.
Indoor Air Quality
The Indoor air quality is one concern that the building contractors/managers and a building occupants consider whenever they decide on investigating a HVAC system. Although, a normal usage of the HVAC system can generate a great deal of contaminants and air pollutants, such as dander, dust, and chemicals. When contaminants are pulled into the system they get re-circulated between 5 to 7 times per day. Over time, this re-circulation will continue to build-up contaminants in the ductwork which may contribute to larger health issues for people with respiratory conditions, autoimmune disorders or some environmental allergies.