Superior Duct Cleaning in Logansport, Monticello, and Surround Areas
The EPA's Total Exposure Assessment Methodology (TEAM) study found that indoor air quality has 2 to 5 times higher levels of common pollutants than outdoor air.
These pollutants can accumulate in your air ducts, causing breathing and health problems.
As air moves through the HVAC system, dust, dirt, and particles can accumulate in your heating and cooling ducts and vents, reducing the air quality in your home efficiency of your HVAC system.
It is important to keep your HVAC system clean and properly maintained; that includes your air and ventilation ducts. The heating and cooling air ducts run throughout your home, and over the years, dust and debris can accumulate in your air and ventilation ducts that cause allergies, asthma, and other health issues. This debris can include dust, dirt, pollen, mold, bacteria, fungi, and pet dander that is recirculated throughout your home every time air is forced through your HVAC system, causing you to breathe in these allergens, thus affecting your indoor quality and your health.
This buildup of dust and debris reduces your air flow in your ventilation system, causing your HVAC to work harder and struggle to maintain a comfortable air temperature and costing you more money to operate.
When you are ready for your ducts to be cleaned and improve the air quality of your home, call (765) 252-4772 or use our contact form to the left.
How Often Should You Clean Out Your Air Ducts?
It is recommended that you clean out your air ducts every 3-5 years or when you notice an accumulation of dirt and debris. However, households with children or pets that have allergies should have their air ducts cleaned more often by a professional than your average home.