Duct Cleaning Hebron
Duct Maintenance Hebron
Air duct cleaning should be conducted every two or three years for a healthier home.
Your home's Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is important, and having a clean, properly functioning heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system is vital to maintaining a clean healthy and comfortable living environment.
In addition, a newly cleaned air duct system runs more efficiently than a dirty one, resulting in lower utility bills and a cleaner, less dusty home.
Our air duct cleaners check for dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other airborne contaminants that are pulled into your HVAC system every time the furnace or air conditioner runs. Over time, they build up inside your ductwork, making your air duct system a breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew and other microbes, which are then re-circulated through your home, impacting the health and comfort of your family.
Duct Cleaning Energy Efficiney and Air Quality
Your wallet takes a hit as well. The build-up of dirt and debris prevents the air from flowing freely throughout the ventilation system. That means it works harder and costs more to operate. Over time, the problem only gets worse. Clean the air in your home with air duct cleaning and air vent cleaning services from the professionals at Aaron Taylor Sales And Service.
We clean your ventilation system and all associated ductwork. This includes all registers and related take-offs, and the main trunk line. Aaron Taylor Sales And Service is also able to clean the HVAC unit, blower, evaporator coil and other accessible components. From duct cleaning to vent cleaning, we can clean every part of your ventilation system.
DRYER FIRE PREVENTION IN YOUR HOME
In addition to air duct cleaning, we also clean dryer vents. Having your dryer vents professionally cleaned regularly not only saves you money in energy efficiency, it can help prevent a dryer fire in your home.
Watch for the following signs that an air duct cleaning is overdue:
- Dirty supply and return vent covers.
- Dark filtration lines on the walls, ceiling or carpet that surround the vents.
- Excessive dust in the home.
- Variance in temperature or air flow throughout the house.
- An increase in the energy needed to operate the HVAC system at desired settings. This may indicate that dirt and debris are blocking coils and/or ductwork, restricting flow and spiking utility bills.
- New furnace or ductwork.
- A recent remodel/construction project.
- Water damage or flooding that occurred in the ductwork, which could cause sediment build-up in the system.