What does air duct cleaning involve?

April 20, 2018

When things are hidden it can be difficult to remember to take care of them, but in the case of your air ducts—you might want to bring them back into the spotlight. If you aren’t familiar with ductwork, it’s the system of ducts that help to move the air from your cooling and heating system throughout the home. Which means that anything that is sitting in your ducts, such as dust or debris, has the opportunity to reenter into the air in your home.

It’s important to pick an experienced professional, because if you improperly clean your air ducts it can end up allowing even more of those contaminants from the ducts into your house. The experts will have the correct equipment to execute the air duct cleaning.

First, they will inspect your HVAC system and the ductwork to find any material that may need special attention or procedures. Once they start cleaning, they will take special tools such as vacuums and rotary brushes to get into the air ducts and initiate the cleaning. Kowalski Heating, Cooling & Plumbing also ensures that all the dirt and debris is contained while leaving the home and keeps all your belongings and the remainder of the house protected throughout the process.

Having your air ducts cleaned not only gets rid of those contaminants compiling in your ductwork, but it increases the efficiency of your HVAC system and gives your home’s indoor air quality an extra boost. Who doesn’t want that?

Are you concerned about your ducts? Don’t worry, give Kowalski Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call at 724-370-0141 to book an appointment to have your air ducts cleaned. You can also make an appointment online. Reach out to us to get your home ready for the spring!