If you notice a lot of dust in your home, even after you've changed your furnace filters and after cleaning, chances are you need your duct work needs to be cleaned. Also, if you have cats or dogs in your home, or if anyone in your house has allergies or asthma, you should have your air ducts cleaned. Your ducts pull in the dust, dirt and pet dander that is in your home, while inside your duct work, it can cause a breeding ground for mold, mildew and bacteria. If left in your ducts, it can continue to circulate in your home and cause illness to you and your family members. See below for instructions on how to clean the air ducts yourself.
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This method will only clean so far into your duct work (as far as your hose will reach). It will help, but to give your air ducts a more thorough cleaning, you should contact an HVAC company like Crystal Coast Heating & Air LLC to have your duct work cleaned out. They have the equipment and knowledge to give your duct work a proper cleaning and to remove dust and dander without damaging your duct work.Share
3 June 2016
Hello, my name is Cece. Welcome to my site about HVAC repair and equipment replacement. The heating and air conditioning systems at my place of business were always failing at the most inopportune times. After bringing in a professional to take a look at the problem, we learned that the components were exhibiting signs of extreme wear. We decided to perform an equipment upgrade to restore the functionality of our HVAC system. The HVAC repairs fully solved the problem in very little time. I will use this site to talk about similar repairs you might need to complete on your own HVAC systems. Thanks for coming by.