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Many people pay little to no attention to their duct work, yet it is one of the most critical components within any HVAC system. Failing to clean air ducts properly can cause homeowners and business owners a myriad of problems in the future.

Indoor air quality is just becoming a top priority for homeowners, dust allergies, suspected mold issues, fungus and germs, COPD or breathing issues and COVID. These are all coming up more and more because house construction is becoming tighter and tighter. We don’t let in fresh outdoor air our homes anymore unless we’re opening windows or doors.

The three main issues are:

Human Health

Air filters are designed to capture dust and debris and prevent it from entering the air supply. As the system works holes in the air filter eventually become clogged up. At this point it will be harder for clean air to be pushed through the system. This can create a health concern which may need more than a new filter to remedy, which is why it makes sense to clean your ducts regularly.

Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness

Everyone has, at some point, put their hand over the tube of the vacuum cleaner and listened as the engine worked at fever pitch to try and clear the blockage. Heating and cooling systems have similar issues trying to force air through constricted ducts. When air ducts have not been cleaned regularly, it costs homeowners money. The increased cost of operating the system will be reflected in higher energy bills.

Shortening The Lifespan Of Your HVAC System

A new HVAC system is an expensive purchase, which is why it is vital that people regularly service it to keep it in good working order. When air ducts are dirty, it forces the system to work harder and more often, resulting in a shortened life span. Any perceived savings from not cleaning the ducts may be subscribing to a false economy.