It is the time of year in which the outside temperature could be 60 degrees or 18 degrees depending upon where you live and what time of day it is. The next day it could be a lot warmer or a lot colder. To keep your indoor air temperature steady, your HVAC system works with your thermostat to regulate when to “turn on”. This cycling leads to dirt and contaminants stagnating in your ducts and HVAC unit. When your HVAC unit is not running, the dirt particles accumulate and stick to the ducts. When the air gets turned back on, some of these particles get pushed out into your living space, and some remain stuck in your HVAC unit and duct system.
The best way to clean your indoor air is to open a window. However, the weather outside may not encourage open windows. In fact, most homes today are built to be energy efficient and strive to keep the warm air inside and not allow the colder outdoor air in. It is a double-edged sword. Keeping your home energy efficient most likely leads to more dirt accumulation in your HVAC system and ducts.
Mr. Duct Cleaner has the answer. Regularly schedule an HVAC and duct system cleaning. Having a NADCA certified professional clean your ducts can not only improve your indoor air quality but will also most likely lower your utility costs since a clean system is more efficient than a dirty system.
If you want consistent cleaning of your indoor air, the next step after having the accumulated dirt cleaned out is to have Mr. Duct Cleaner install an Aerus Air Scrubber. Every time your HVAC system is started, the Aerus Air Scrubber emits purification warriors that permeate the air and attach to any bad actor contaminants, deactivating them to a harmless state.
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