Your home is likely warmed by moist air in the winter and cooler air in the summer to keep you and your family comfortable. It is delivered through a series of air ducts that branch out from your furnace through your home. Keeping everything running the way the manufacturer originally intended is an easy thing to do. But you can take things to the next level of home health quite easily – and often with the very same phone call to your trusted home HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system service company – such as aplusair.ca Heating, Air Conditioning & Ventilation.
If your furnace is your home’s heart, then the air duct system is the arteries. And just like a human body, if not properly maintained, they too will not deliver air in an efficient and effective manner. All kinds of contaminants can be in the system including mites, dust, dander, pet hair and other assorted airborne junk that makes its way into your home. Because of things like oils used in cooking, moisture and yes, nicotine can create a film which acts like a magnet for all those particles. Over time, the build up can be significant. Your heating and cooling system will end up working harder– and at the end of the day will only add additional cost to your household budget.
How often should you do this? Well, if you have large breed dogs and long-haired cats running around the house, you would likely consider more frequent cleaning – perhaps every other year.
Some brand new homes are often in dire need. Why? During construction, everyday garbage can find its way into your ducts – coffee cups, sandwich wrappers, pieces of wood, sawdust, chucks of sheet rock – you name it. Qualified technicians can soon get you free and clear!
At aplusair.ca Heating, Air Conditioning & Ventilation they want to help you make informed decisions when it comes to the comfort and enjoyment of your home. With expert staff and second-to-none service, they can provide all your residential, commercial or institutional heating and cooling solutions. For more information, visit www.aplusair.ca