Air Duct Cleaning

Ductwork is a very important component as it relates to an HVAC system. The ductwork is what transports warm or cool air throughout an environment. In some cases, when people have issues with temperature airflow in various rooms in their home or property, this is usually a sign that there could be an issue with the existing ductwork. In some cases, the issue could be as simple as cleaning the air ducts so that the air can flow through properly. CoolzHeating provides comprehensive duct cleaning which involves purging existing duct work of all built up lint, dirt and other debris. This is one of the best ways to improve airflow and air quality in a home or business.

The cleaning of ductwork is a process that is not incredibly complicated, but it is necessary in order to increase air quality and the energy efficiency of existing HVAC equipment. Ductwork is cleaned using a high-powered vacuum that is attached to HVAC equipment such as an air conditioner or furnace. Connection nozzles are inserted into the ductwork via drilled holes. These nozzles are then connected to a compressor that forcibly removes debris, dirt, pollen, dander and other air contaminants when the vacuum is turned on. Any holes that are made in the ductwork in order to facilitate the vacuuming process are then sealed upon the total cleaning of the air duct system.

Although many people contribute respiratory problems to such issues as allergies, in many cases, poor air quality is the primary culprit. When people do not invest in regular HVAC maintenance and air duct cleaning, they expose themselves to air that is filled with dander, pollen, smoke, debris and other contaminants that can ultimately have an adverse effect on the health.

Allow CoolzHeating to help you improve the air quality in your home with a comprehensive air duct cleaning today.

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