Air Duct Cleaning in Stockton, CA
Your air ducts are responsible for continuously circulating the air within your home, but with the vast amounts of dander, pollen, dirt, mold spores, and other allergens that it’s no doubt picking up, how do you know when it needs cleaning? Generally, a quick check behind a vent, or your furnace filter should give you your answer. For those not in the know, an air duct cleaning drastically reduces the levels of contaminants in your home’s air, all of which pose potential health hazards to people with respiratory conditions.
Getting your air ducts cleaned can also save you, the homeowner, some money! That’s why having your air ducts cleaned at least once a year is so important, and fortunately for those living in the Stockton Area, Rod Johnson is always up for the task!
Is An Air Duct Cleaning Worth It?
Contaminant build up in your ductwork can constrict the airflow, making your Heating/Cooling System less efficient, while still consuming just as much energy.
Research reported by the EPA seems to suggest a positive correlation between regularly serviced air ducts and HVAC efficiency- meaning that in the long run, a cleaner HVAC system can lower your energy bills.
Q: “So, what should I do?”
All homes are different, and it’s hard to generalize between houses that all vary in size. It’s for this reason that we’ll send one of our teams to your home for a free estimate on how much an air duct cleaning would cost for your home. Our service providers are well-trained in cleaning air duct systems, and use specially designed equipment to dislodge and remove debris buildups in your air duct vents, in between the coils of your heat exchanger, in your drip pans, and inside the fan motor and housing.
We work with you to come up with a fair price based on:
- The size of your home’s ductwork system
- The ease of accessibility
- The level of pollutant build up.
When it comes to cleaning your air ducts, we’re the Pros to go to. So, Call Us Today and let’s make breathing a little easier.
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