Why Should You Consider Cleaning Your HVAC System?


  • Keep Your Loved Ones Safe and Healthy

Most Americans spend about 90% of their time indoors. Therefore, indoor air quality can have a significant impact on your family’s health. In addition, exposure to pollutants is 5 to 10 times greater indoors than outdoors. This is because outdoor air will dilute the allergens in the air, while indoor air traps and intensifies harmful pollutants.

  • Keep Your System In Top Shape And Efficiency

Research by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has indicated that cleaning your HVAC will allow systems to run smoothly by removing debris from sensitive mechanical components. In addition it has shown that cleaning you air ducts can allow your entire heating and cooling system to run more efficiently. According to the EPA, a buildup of 0.042 inches of dirt on your heating or cooling coil can result in a decrease of efficiency by 21%. Since dirty air ducts can become clogged with dirt and debris, cleaning your air ducts will increase the amount of airflow and reduce friction within your ducts allowing your heater and air conditioner to run easier.

The Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service found that 9 out of 10 heating or air conditioning system failures are caused by excess build up of dirt and dust. Therefore, cleaning your air ducts along with the rest of your heating and cooling system can actually extend the life span of your furnace and air conditioner. This means fewer hassles and costly repairs or replacements for your heater or air conditioner.

  • Keep Your Bills Low

In addition, you will also save money on your monthly energy bills if you have your air ducts cleaned. Clean air ducts result in shorter running times for your heating and cooling system since the systems can more easily deliver the air throughout your house. Therefore, with clean air ducts, you will save money on air conditioning costs during the humid Illinois summers and save on heating bills during the chilly Illinois winters.

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