Have your allergy symptoms worsened recently? Right now, the top allergens in Port St. Lucie, Florida, are oak, bayberry and grasses. But perhaps your itchy eyes, coughs and sneezes are stemming from something else: your dirty ducts. To ensure your HVAC system is maximizing efficiency and your home’s air quality is healthy, schedule duct cleaning this spring.
Improve HVAC Efficiency
When’s the last time you scheduled duct cleaning? It’s probably been years. Think of all the dust, dirt and other pollutants that have passed through your ductwork. Over time, these contaminants have built up and started to obstruct proper airflow. As a result, it’s made your HVAC system work harder and increased your utility costs.
When you schedule duct cleaning, a service technician will remove all the dirt and debris that has collected. As a result, your HVAC system’s fans and motors won’t have to work as hard to distribute air into your living spaces. Not only will this help lower your utility costs but it’ll prevent breakdowns and extend your system’s lifespan.
Prevent Poor Indoor Air Quality
Changing your air filter every 30 to 90 days is important to maintaining healthy indoor air quality. But you can’t forget about scheduling duct cleaning every couple of years. By performing both HVAC maintenance tasks routinely, you’ll ensure that dirt and debris don’t re-circulate in your home until someone in your family feels sick.
Duct cleaning helps improve indoor air quality by:
- Avoiding allergens that can create a home inside your ductwork
- Stopping microbial from having the chance to grow in your system
- Preventing pest infestations that lead to illnesses
Are you due for a professional duct cleaning? Don’t wait until the summer when the wait times will be busier. Contact Miller’s Central Air, Inc. at (772) 209-3778 to book your appointment today. We’re standing by to help you save money and lead a healthier life.
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