Your air ducts must be properly sealed and insulated in order to prevent moisture from accumulating inside them. For additional ideas and suggestions on how to maintain a cleaner indoor air quality, check out our professional tips below.
Dust, pet dandruff or fur may have accumulated inside your ductwork
These are powerful and pervasive irritants that can be found almost everywhere, even in homes where there are no pets. The tiny allergens in pet dander can cause harmful allergic reactions and breathing problems and can create medical complications including asthma. Our experts use the most modern cleaning systems available that are specially designed to leave your system clean, fresh, and germ-free.
Older homes can be constructed improperly and create health problems
If you live in an older home that was constructed above a concrete slab, the workers may have poured clay tile under the slab to act as furnace ductwork. Damage, mold, mildew, and water infiltration can accumulate there, transfer into your air ducts and eventually cause you serious health problems. Our experts will clean your air ducts properly and will make sure this situation isn’t a problem in your home.
Choose the right type of insulation for better HVAC air duct performance
It’s important to insulate all sections of the ductwork that come into contact with much colder air such as ones in the garage and attic. The material should do its job well and be completely safe and highly durable. It should not hold water which is a common cause of damage.