Does someone in your Marco Island, Florida, home suffer from asthma or allergies? If so, it’s essential you have the highest indoor air quality. One sneaky way contaminants enter your home is through dirty ductwork. Let’s look at four ways clean ducting can benefit you.
Reduces Allergy and Asthma Symptoms
Dust mites, pet dander, and pollen are major triggers for those who suffer from allergies and asthma. Over time, these contaminants collect inside of the ductwork. Every time you turn the system on, it blows them into your house. As a result, your indoor air quality worsens. Having the ductwork periodically cleaned can help allergy sufferers breathe easier.
Keeps Your House Cleaner
Dirt and dust that have collected inside of the ducting eventually find their way into your home and settle on the furniture, carpeting, shelving and even the kids’ toys. If you notice your home is dirtier than normal, even with regular housework, consider having your ductwork cleaned. As a result, you won’t have to dust as often.
HVAC System Will Run More Efficiently
Clean ducting helps your HVAC system perform better and more efficiently. Good airflow is imperative for the system to run well. If the ducting becomes clogged, airflow becomes restricted. Your HVAC system works harder to deliver treated air, which reduces its lifespan. Not only will the system run better. The air it delivers is healthier when the ducts are clean.
Helps to Balance Humidity Levels
One of your air conditioner’s main functions is to remove excess humidity from the air inside of your home. Excess moisture in your home can lead to harmful microorganisms developing, making those who suffer from respiratory illnesses sick. Clean ductwork allows the air conditioner to work efficiently to balance humidity levels. Consider adding a dehumidifier to your system to help control excess moisture as well.
Fall is a great time to get your ductwork cleaned. Give our professional team at Key to Cool a call today to schedule an appointment to have your ductwork cleaned. You can reach us at (239) 309-2991.
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