Duct cleaning is something that is often forgotten when it comes to home maintenance, but it’s one of the most important things you can do if you want to keep your indoor air quality high and your ducts working as efficiently as possible. Your duct system moves the heated or cooled air generated by your HVAC system throughout your home, and if your ducts aren’t clean, the air that passes through them will pick up contaminants like dust, dirt, and even mold, making your family sick.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get asked about duct cleaning at Bovio Rubino Service:
In one short word… nope. A duct cleaning should take no longer than one day, and we clean up after ourselves! The end result is a house that will stay CLEANER than it was before we arrived.
YES! A duct cleaning clears out the debris and buildup in your ducts, giving your HVAC system an easier path to blow the treated air. If you have a duct system that stops this air, it only makes the system work harder, costing you more in energy bills and shortening the lifespan of the system.
With the use of Roto-Vision Video Inspection Cameras, we take a look at your system to see where there is buildup. Then we use state-of-the-art tools to vacuum your duct system, then use the cameras again to be sure your ducts are clean!
Your ducts should be cleaned every 2-5 years depending on the situation. If you have people in your home with respiratory issues, you should absolutely consider this once every other year. If you have smaller children or elderly people in your home, this may also require more frequent cleanings. If your system is serviced regularly and your filters are changed, you may be able to wait longer than 2 years.
Having your ducts cleaned is a great way to keep the indoor air quality of your home in tip-top shape. An air filter doesn’t catch everything, and the buildup of dust and debris can add up over time. A duct cleaning is essential to keeping the air in your home clean.
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