Sears Air Duct Cleaning
While you may not have realized it, the two go hand-in-hand. Your HVAC and air duct
system work together to circulate air through your home but it’s not just air that
is getting moved. In the air we breathe there is also “particulate matter”. The
EPA defines particulate matter, as “a complex mixture of extremely small particles
and liquid droplets. Particle pollution is made up of a number of components, including
acids (such as nitrates and sulfates), organic chemicals, metals, and soil or dust
particles”. It is easiest to see an example of particulates when the sun casts light
through your window or by looking at your furnace filter. The furnace filter is
used to filter particulates out of the air prior to going through your HVAC blower
motor. Some of the particulates can still pass through your air filter, the amount
is based on the quality of air filter you are using. Over time, as particulates
build up on the filter in your HVAC system, your HVAC system will not be as efficient
and will have to run longer to circulate the heated or cooled air through your home.
This can lead to inconsistent heating and cooling, higher utility bills, & costly
HVAC repairs, such as cleaning or repairing the A-coil or blower motor.
Dust, dirt, dander, allergens, debris, all of these things get trapped inside your
ducts, and as the air circulates, it is traveling over and through your dirty duct
system. In some cases this dust is redistributed through your home, in other cases
it stays in the duct system attracting more dust. Sears professional air duct cleaning
system with powerful vacuum equipment can reach deep into your air duct system and
get your Air Duct System clean to help it run more efficiently.