To maintain optimal air quality in your home, your air ducts should be maintained regularly to remove dust and debris.
Your home’s air quality can be impacted by dust buildup in your ducts. A duct system that is not properly maintained can harbor allergens and re-enter your living space. Cleaning your air ducts will improve the quality of your air and keep it free of airborne particles.
Clogged ducts lead to dust and debris buildup in your HVAC system. This causes your furnace or air conditioner to consume more energy due to the restriction of air flow. Your system will perform at its best if your ducts are kept clear.
Having a dirty ventilation system can cause your air conditioner to clog, resulting in costly repairs, particularly inside the condenser coil. Your system will last longer if your ducts are regularly maintained.
If you can’t find the source of an unpleasant odor in your home, it may be coming from the air ducts. If you have any suspicions, you should check if the smell is coming from the air registers.
Changing your heating and cooling system’s filters continuously could signal a deeper problem. If you find yourself replacing your air filter more than once every few months, this is a sign that you may need to check on the air ducts.
As soon as the HVAC system begins running, you may notice a small puff of dust. Normally, air ducts don’t release visible dust or debris when the heating and cooling system is switched on. As a result, visible dust indicates dusty air registers.
Inconsistent airflow in your bedroom, bathroom, living room, and even kitchen means that your air ducts need to be cleaned. Since vents deliver consistent airflow, indoor airflow should be of the same quality.
Normally, your home’s HVAC system will make sounds when it is operating, but the ductwork should not be noisy. Anything more than the general motor sound could indicate a problem with your ductwork.
A tripping breaker could be due to capacitor or compressor failure or even dirty filters. We recommend you turn off the AC and don’t reset the breaker.