Most of us are ready to put 2020 in the rearview mirror. With a new year, comes a new set of goals. Most resolutions revolve around diet, exercise, and money. If you’re one of those people looking to put a few extra dollars in your pocket, reducing your utility bill could be the best way to accomplish that goal.
Families can cut their utility bills by up to 30% by completing proper equipment maintenance. Air duct cleaning is certainly one way to save on bills.
How air duct cleaning will save you money
Air circulates through your home several times daily. As your home heating system collects dust, dander, and other harmful contaminants, it is forced to work harder to maintain your desired temperature. The harder the system works, the higher your utility bills will be each month.
Having your air ducts cleaned thoroughly will allow your systems to run more efficiently by removing debris and other harmful particles avoiding interference with mechanical systems.
The air duct cleaning process
Servicing your air conditioning and heat systems frequently and replacing your filters can go a long way with maintaining clean air ducts. Unfortunately, filters don’t catch everything. The most effective process to get rid of the remaining dust and debris is source removal. A professional contractor will use a special vacuum to put the system under negative pressure.
While the vacuum pumps air through the system, whips, brushes and compressed air nozzles are removing any debris stuck on the interior surfaces. The result is a cleaner, fresher, more efficient home leading to reduced energy bills
Why hire a professional?
Start the new year with a trusted air duct professional. National Air Duct Cleaning Association members have a higher standard in cleaning and advanced training. Your HVAC system will be more efficient and save you money before the winter is over!