Air duct cleaning is the cleaning of heating and cooling system components, including return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers, along with heating and cooling coils. It is important to clean the air ducts to improve your Charlotte air quality in your residence. There are visible signs that your air ducts may need to be cleaned including visible mold growth, ducts infested with rodents or insects, or air duct systems clogged with dust or debris that is going into the air. In fact, according to the EPA, your home can accumulate up to 40 pounds of dust per year. Eventually, some of this dust will find its way into the air duct system.
Additionally, if your vents are located on the floor, you will see more dust and debris buildup. In some cases, simply changing the air filter may not be enough depending on the quality and condition of your air filter. If your air filter is clogged with debris such as pollen, dog hair, or skin dander then they may bypass your filter and end up in the air ducts and on the coils. Moisture and humidity can also allow mold growth on you the air ducts, possibly compromising your Charlotte air quality. Proper home air duct cleaning will remove contaminants and increase the efficiency of your air duct system. Contact the air duct cleaning experts of Fresh Air Technologies to schedule a free air duct inspection.Air Duct Cleaning Warning Signs
Charlotte HVAC systems serve as the respiratory system for your home. This air duct cleaning systems works best when it is free from dirt and air borne contaminants. Having your Charlotte HVAC systems cleaned along with using high quality air filters in your HVAC system will help bring down the levels of airborne contaminants trapped in your home and improve your indoor air quality. Investing in air duct cleaning services is a great idea when you change or upgrade your Charlotte HVAC systems. A new or upgraded fan may operate at wind speeds higher than your old system. This can cause the debris in your duct system to become trapped in the air flow and disperse into your home creating a significant indoor air quality and dust issue. It is best to clean the air duct system just prior to having the new unit installed.