What’s inside your ducts? In some cases, you probably don’t want to know. No matter how clean or careful you are, particles are bound to enter the HVAC ductwork in your Woodbridge, Virginia, home. Many contaminants settle to the bottom, but others circulate through the air. Over time, ordinary buildup can lead to excessive dust accumulations and conditions that can exacerbate respiratory symptoms. If you’re looking for a solution, here are a few ideas.

Duct Cleaning and Sealing

If your home suffers from duct-related air quality issues, including dust, odors and hot or cold spots, we can inspect your HVAC system to determine the cause. Our team uses specially designed brushes and high-powered vacuums to release and collect deeply embedded debris. We can also repair damaged ducts and seal air leaks. These improvements block incoming particles while increasing your air conditioner’s efficiency by 20 to 30%.

What to Expect During a Duct Cleaning

Duct cleanings are typically recommended every three to five years or as needed. Based on EPA guidelines, we perform duct cleanings following renovations, occupancy changes and water damage or pest infestations. We clean all parts of your HVAC ducts using specially designed equipment that collects airborne debris and prevents cross-contamination. We can also sanitize your air conditioner’s internal components for improved efficiency.

Ductless Heating and Cooling

There’s no question that central HVAC ducts can harbor organic growth, pollen, pet dander, and irritants. If you have asthma or respiratory challenges, a ductless heating and cooling system system may provide an allergy-friendly alternative. With these systems, there’s nowhere for allergens to hide, and on-board filters remove any other contaminants that are circulating through the air. These products are also exceptionally energy efficient.

If you’re interested in improving your home’s air quality, a duct cleaning could be the perfect place to start. Give us a call or check out our service page to learn more.

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