How cleaning your air ducts saves you moneyNovember 02, 2020
Identify damaged or ineffecient duct work
When you have your ducts cleaned, you have a licensed and skilled technician in your attic working on your ducts. This technician will thoroughly inspect your ductwork. Leaks and loose sections of ductwork will be found and brought to your attention so it can be corrected as needed. These simple repairs prevent air from your air ducts to leak into your attic costing you cool air, and money from your pockets! The less your HVAC system has to work to produce cool air, the less electricity it will use, and as such, the less you'll pay.
Improve overall AC effectiveness
When debris (dust mites, etc) build up in your ducts and on the duct work components, your AC equipment efficiency starts to suffer drastically. When you have your ducts cleaned, a licensed Aura duct cleaning will not only clean your ducts, but they will also provide any additional services as needed. Cleaning your ducts prevent your return system from getting clogged, or even dirty, requiring less maintenance, and more cool air being produced by your HVAC system.
Low need for air purification
The dirt and dusk inside your air ducts constantly get circulated throughout your ductwork, as well as your home. While your air filter can prevent a lot of the debris from entering your duct system and circulate through your home, dust that already exists in the duct work may continue to circulate through the home. Allergy sufferers and asthmatics can have serious health concerns due to this. Before you invest in air purification systems that cost an arm and a leg, try getting your ducts cleaned.
Extend your AC lifespan
Keeping your air ducts cleaned and healthy helps your AC system run better, in most cases, even last longer. Duct cleaning is an important part of routine maintenance for your home and HVAC system, it's also a cost-effective way to avoid needing to replace your AC system duct work for as long as possible. This of course resulting in less strain on your actual HVAC system.