A heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system’s primary functions are maintaining good indoor air quality, through appropriate ventilation with filtration, and offering thermal comfort. HVAC systems are among the most energy-intensive components in homes. The HVAC system’s selection and design can influence many additional high-performance goals, such as water consumption (water-cooled air conditioning equipment) and acoustics. If you have installed an HVAC system at your home, you need to perform a routine maintenance check to ensure its effectiveness and a good IAQ inside the home.
The air duct is a crucial part of the HVAC system that circulates air in your home. It can filter grime, dust, mold spores, pollutants, and anything else floating in the air. All these contaminants can pass through the air vents across the facility even if the duct system is not working. Pollutants and dust accumulate on air ducts due to prolonged use. When the system is turned on and the air is blasted back through the air ducts, allergens and pollutants might circulate into the home. Also, dirty air ducts hamper the efficiency of the HVAC system. Keeping air ducts cleaned helps you preserve the effectiveness of your air conditioning system. Choose Clean Quality Air for an expert air duct cleaning service to make your HVAC system efficient and energy-saving.