Regular duct inspections are an important part of the maintenance routine for the HVAC system in your Largo, Florida, home. Dust and debris can build up in your ductwork and cause respiratory difficulties. Duct cleaning is not generally needed unless you see an abnormal accumulation of pollutants such as dust, or if someone in your home has serious respiratory problems. During routine maintenance, duct inspections will mainly involve checking for air leaks or damage to the ductwork. The following are three of the most important benefits of scheduling regular ductwork inspections with your local HVAC service company.
Added Energy Savings
Leaks and gaps in your home’s ductwork can allow heated or cooled air to escape, reducing the overall energy efficiency of your system. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, as much as 40 percent of the energy expended to heat and cool a typical home can be lost to leaks or lack of insulation. Taking steps to inspect and remedy these situations can add up to real savings over the course of a year.
Increased Longevity for Your HVAC System
Your home heating and cooling system requires regular maintenance to perform effectively, especially during extreme temperatures. One of the major benefits of cleaner ducts is the reduced air resistance and lower workload for your furnace and air conditioner system. This can help your HVAC system last longer and perform more efficiently in your home or business.
The proven professionals at United Air Conditioning can inspect your ductwork and provide you with the most effective solutions to enhance indoor comfort. We also offer emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days per week to ensure that your family stays safe and comfortable throughout the year.
To learn more about our full line of indoor air quality services, give us a call at 727-531-0496. Our experienced team can provide the right systems and services to keep your indoor air clean and your HVAC system working efficiently. We look forward to the chance to serve your heating and cooling needs.
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