Air ducts cleaned  , in particular, allow air to flow through them, out of the vents, and into your home’s rooms. Therefore, whether or not they’re clean directly impacts the quality of air that moves through the house.

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1) Mold

While it’s not surprising that mold can irritate our lungs and make us sick, getting mold in your home can be pretty bad, too. Not only will it ruin your household furnishings, but it can also put your family at risk of developing serious health issues. Mold in your HVAC ducts not seemed  exactly easy to spot but can  detect by its musty odor.

2) Dust

Your home may seem dusty as a result of the air flows and air patterns in your residence. Or it may seem  dusty because of the fact that cleaning supplies get deposited on the surfaces in your home, preventing it from being vacuumed. Ducts cleaning service can often be your answer if you’re noticing that your floor and furniture  covered with a layer of dust and/or your house is dusty.

3) The Air Filter Constantly Clogs

Furnace filters need to be replaced regularly. Therefore, a clogged air filter doesn’t necessarily mean you have dirty air ducts or air vents. Still, if you replace the filter more often than you should and can’t figure out why they fill up so quickly. It could be the air ducts.

4) Previous Homeowner Left No Records

The housing market  still booming, with people constantly on the move. If you recently purchased a home, especially if the house  older or the previous owner smoked. Ask the previous owner for records. Then, check to see what work was completed when. If the records indicate the air ducts haven’t been cleaned. Or if they don’t have any documents, you may want to schedule an air duct cleaning.

5) Rising Energy Costs

Your heating and cooling costs should relatively predictable from year to year. If you receive a bill that is noticeably high, especially compared to the same time a year ago, dirty ductwork might be to blame. At times, ductwork can become so dirty that air isn’t able to flow freely and efficiently through your home’s HVAC system. When this happens, both your furnace and air conditioner  forced to work harder to maintain a comfortable temperature. This added energy expenditure means higher utility bills for you and your family. You also may notice that a bathroom, bedroom, or other room in your home doesn’t receive the same level of airflow as other rooms. In most cases, vents that seemed fully open should deliver relatively consistent airflow from room to room.

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