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Is it Time to Schedule Duct Cleaning Services?

If you have the suspicion that your indoor air quality is suffering, it may be time to schedule a duct cleaning for improvement. As dust and dirt gather in your ductwork over the years, the particles can mix back in with clean air and blow out into your home, ultimately lowering your indoor air quality.

If you are interested in scheduling air duct cleaning in Rogers, give us a call and we can get you on the calendar. You can keep reading to learn more about the signs that your indoor air quality is not as great as it could be. We’re also highlighting some other ways that you can boost your indoor air quality.

Dusty Surfaces 

If you begin to notice that dust is collecting on surfaces around your home, more often than usual, it may be because of dirty ductwork. Dust is a normal part of everyday life. But, you shouldn’t have to clean every other day to keep dust at bay. 

If you haven’t scheduled a duct cleaning appointment in the last few years, it’s a good idea to make one now. Our team can vacuum out your ductwork and wipe down the interior surfaces to eliminate dust buildup. This can give you a fresh start since the dust won’t stir up and mix back in with clean air blowing through the system to cool your home.

Poor Indoor Air Quality

You may also notice that the indoor air quality of your home is suffering. This can happen when dust particles help to attract and recirculate allergens and bacteria again and again. Maybe you or someone in your family is struggling with persistent allergies or getting sick more often.

Dirty ductwork may not be the only reason, but it can be a contributing factor. Cleaning out your ductwork is a great first step toward improving your indoor air quality. When you invest in duct services, you’re giving your HVAC system a clean and fresh start.

Energy Costs

If your energy costs seem like they are going up without an explanation, aging ductwork may be to blame. Ductwork material is very fragile to begin with, and the seals can come loose over time. It’s a good idea to have your ductwork inspected and resealed around the same time that you invest in duct cleaning.

High energy costs can indicate that air is escaping through these holes due to broken seals in your ductwork. At the same time, dust is getting into your ductwork and reducing your indoor air quality. Sealing the ductwork can help you maintain a higher level of indoor air quality while also lowering your energy costs since more of the air cooled by your HVAC system will reach the rooms of your home instead of leaking out.

Contact Comfort Matters Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing today to schedule an appointment with our professionals. With you through THE HIGHS & LOWS!

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