With traditional central air conditioning systems, they use a series of ductwork in your home to push cool air into your rooms. While that might seem like an easy job, your ducts can actually take quite a beating through its normal operation. There are a couple different issues that can happen with your ducts: they could start leaking, and they could also get clogged with contaminants. We wanted to put together a quick list of some of the benefits to getting regular cleaning for your ducts.
Call the Carlsbad, CA duct cleaning experts at ARS® San Diego if you suspect that you have any issues with your ducts.
As your home’s air conditioning system operates, it will pull in outside air which could contain contaminants such as dust and pollen. Also, your home’s indoor air can become contaminated with items such as dust, pet dander and others. Here are a few of the most common benefits to getting your home’s ducts regularly cleaned:
Improved air quality – As your air conditioning system operates, it will push contaminants through your home. These contaminants can start to build up in your ducts, which means they will just continue to re-circulate those contaminants throughout your home. By getting your ducts cleaned regularly, it can reduce the amount of contaminants that are in your home’s air.
Improved efficiency – When there are contaminants in your ducts, it can restrict the flow of air through your ducts. This means that your air conditioning system has to work harder to push the air through the ducts, which reduces the efficiency of the system.
While many homeowners regularly clean out the registers in their home, this doesn’t do anything for the contaminants that are trapped deeper into your home’s ductwork. In order to remove those contaminants, your duct cleaning technicians will have to cut into your ducts. They will then attach powerful vacuums that can pull out those contaminants that are deep in the ducts.
For professional Carlsbad, CA duct cleaning services, make sure you call the experts at ARS® San Diego.