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Clean Air Ducts and Indoor Air Quality

Posted on April 11, 2014
by Susana Escamilla

Spring is the traditional time to clean and repair your home after a winter season. Spring is also the best time to perform an air duct cleaning and HVAC maintenance inspection in your summer. Before it begins to get very hot you want to make sure that your cooling system will be working properly when the weather begins to change in the summer. Maintaining your HVAC system will allow your system to perform well and save you money. If you do not maintain your HVAC system and clean the air ducts, there are several components that can be found in the ducts and take a toll in the indoor air quality in your home.

You want to make sure to clean your filters, especially if there is a member of your family who allergic to dust. If dirt and dust continue to build up in the duct work without a proper cleaning, components of your air conditioning system may suffer and cause the unit itself to not operate at full capacity. In the long run not having your air ducts cleaned can cost you more in service and repair calls for your air conditioning unit. The info-graphic provided by a heating and cooling system illustrates on the components that hide in your air ducts and cleaning the air ducts and HVAC system can improve the air quality in your environment. Hiring a professional do assist you in maintaining your HVAC system who follows strict procedures to clean your system understands the importance of a healthy environment. AirTek technicians are certified by the National Air Duct Cleaning Association and have over 25 years of experience in making homes safer, cleaner and better for your breathing.

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