Why is AC duct cleaning important?
Your air conditioning unit is the heart of your air duct system. Clean air coils are the first necessary step to ensure clean air flow. Air coils can be properly maintained by changing air filters on a monthly basis, keeping your air conditioning running at 74º F, and limiting condensation buildup caused by leaving doors and windows open for excessive periods of time. When the steps mentioned are neglected, you are unknowingly creating a breeding ground for mold and bacteria as contaminants build up on your air coils. Creating an environment favorable for mold growth near your HVAC system can lead to the distribution of active mold spores throughout your home.
Air duct cleaning is the process of removing dust and contaminants that have accumulated over time from your air ductwork. Air ducts deliver air conditioning and heating throughout your home, which means that any dust or contaminant build-up within the air ductwork will compromise your indoor air quality.
Air ducts are typically hidden behind walls and ceilings, making it difficult for homeowners to maintain and care for the air ductwork themselves. FixMold can deliver you the peace of mind that your air ducts will be cleaned and disinfected to ensure the proper airflow throughout your home without compromising on indoor air quality. FixMold ensures that your forced air systems are producing clean, contaminant-free air conditioning and heating by thoroughly cleaning the following components as needed: supply and return air ducts, grilles and diffusers, heating and cooling air coils, drip pans, fan motors, fan housing, and the air handling unit housing. Indoor air pollution has proven to be a major environmental health risk in the US. Air duct cleaning has been shown to greatly improve indoor air quality by removing air contaminants such as dirt, dust, mold spores, and pollen. Removing all of these contaminants from your air duct systems greatly improves the indoor air quality of your home.
Questions about AC duct cleaning?
It is extremely important to clean your air ducts! Having dust and contaminants build up in your air ducts not only reduces your indoor air quality but can also lead to higher energy costs. Per the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, air ducts containing dust and other contaminants can contribute to or exacerbate health issues such as allergies, asthma, or other respiratory illnesses.
Many factors determine how often your air ducts should be cleaned. Some of these factors are persistently high moisture levels, how severe family members’ allergic reactions could be to airborne contaminants, and the number of pets in your household who shed, to name a few. Our mold technicians are adept at identifying when and if air duct cleaning is needed at your home by utilizing unobtrusive technologies such as fiber optic and infrared cameras.