You rely on your HVAC system to keep you comfortable throughout the day. There is more to that comfort than just a preferred temperature setting. Your cooling and heating system has ducts that are an air superhighway that run through your home or business. Cleaning air ducts regularly is an important step to improving indoor air quality, energy efficiency and maintaining indoor comfort.
Indoor air quality is a primary motivation when exploring air duct cleaning. Even though filters are used, heating and cooling systems still get dirty through regular use.
Through normal occupation of a building, many contaminants such as dander, dust, and chemicals are expelled into the air. These contaminants are pulled into the HVAC system and circulated throughout the occupied space several times per day as the system continually moves air through its ductwork. This causes contaminants and pollutants to build up in the HVAC ductwork which can be very unhealthy for people who suffer from respiratory issues, seasonal allergies, and other health disorders.
In addition to spreading contaminants, dirty ducts can unnecessarily increase your heating and cooling costs. Contaminants in your ductwork and HVAC system cause it to work harder, increasing your energy bills and shortening the life of the system. At Foam InSEALators we offer top quality air duct cleaning services to residents in Virginia and Maryland. It is our goal to be your top choice when you Google “air duct cleaning near me.”
After HVAC duct cleaning, take the next step with air duct sanitizing. Standard air duct cleaning removes contaminants and pollutants from your ductwork while duct sanitizing decreases bacterial odors, reduces moldy smells, and removes lingering scents. It also kills any mold and mildew lurking inside your air system.
After duct cleaning and the cleaning system is still hooked up, sanitizer is applied. The duct cleaning technician uses a fogger to apply the sanitizer which coats the interior of the duct system.
It is recommended to sanitize ducts every few years if residents or employees suffer from asthma, allergies, and other health disorders. If you have had a water issue or flood which could have caused mold growth, sanitizing is even more imperative.
It is more important than ever that your HVAC system produces the highest quality air it can. Having clean air ducts will allow you and your loved ones to breathe easier while giving your air system and your wallet a break. Residents of Maryland and Virginia don’t delay, contact Foam InSEALators today to learn more and schedule your next air duct cleaning. We’ll go over the specifics of our air duct cleaning service and the air duct cleaning cost for your home. We look forward to talking with you soon.