No matter how long you’ve lived in your Merritt Island, Florida, home, there’s a good chance that dust and other airborne particles are lurking in your ductwork. If you’ve never had your ducts cleaned before, you could see substantial benefits from doing so. From improving air quality to clearing the air in a new home, find out why you should have your ductwork cleaned this spring.
You Want to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
Since you don’t typically peer inside your home’s ductwork, it’s easy not to realize just how dirty your ducts are. If it’s been five or more years since you last had them cleaned, dust, mold, and other pollutants may have settled inside your ducts, impacting your air quality every time your cooling system turns on.
When you make your spring cleaning checklist this season, make sure you prioritize improving your home’s air quality with professional duct cleaning. When the Ellington Air Conditioning & Heat team cleans your home’s ducts, we’ll remove years of dust and debris, enabling you to breathe in much cleaner air.
You Just Completed a Home Renovation
Redoing a room or building an addition onto your home is a great way to kick off the spring season. If you didn’t protect your ductwork before starting construction, however, your HVAC system’s ducts are probably filled with drywall dust and other construction debris. As soon as you finish a home renovation project, have your ducts cleaned to clear the air.
You’re Moving Into a New Home
If you’re moving into a new home this spring, you probably know the age of the HVAC system and other critical home components, but it’s virtually impossible to tell when the ductwork was last cleaned. Do your family a favor, and have the ductwork cleaned before you unpack your things in the new house. Taking a proactive approach will ensure that your new home’s air quality is optimal and will start your new adventure off on the right foot.
Ready to schedule a duct cleaning appointment? Call Ellington Air Conditioning & Heat at (321) 248-4838 today.
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