Do you Know What’s In Your Ducts?

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In the end, the job of your heating and cooling systems is to cycle and force temperature-regulated air throughout your home. That air helps to raise or lower the ambient temperature of your home, making you more comfortable. But there is much more than air that can get pushed into every room of your home…

The Problem With “Dirty Air”

Having high quality air distributed through your home requires two main things…

First – You have to ensure your air is clean starting at the point of intake and cycling.

Second – You have to ensure your air ducts themselves are clean and free of foreign contaminants.

Common Types of Indoor Air Quality Services

At a most basic level, you need the right filter for your home and your needs. The correct filter can remove the majority of dust and contaminants from the air before it starts to push around your home’s ventilation systems.

Depending on the sensitivity to specific allergens and the respiratory health of family members, you may need a more specific style of air filter. Whole Home Air Cleaners are a much more powerful filtration system that can remove up to 99.97% of dust, dander, pollen, and bacteria from your air – even outperforming HEPA filtration systems.

Some of the more advanced air quality system also utilize UV light fixtures to render some types of microbial air contaminants deactivated.

But None Of That Matters If Your Ducts Are Dirty

With all of the right filtration and indoor air quality efforts in place, if your air ducts are still dirty then you are still pushing dirty air around your home. At that point, a thorough duct cleaning service by an industry expert is the only way to remedy your problems.

So, if you don’t know what dust, allergens, and contaminants are lurking in your ducts, contact the pros at Superior Heating and Air for a consultation.