Why Hiring A Good Professional Duct Cleaning Contractor Is Important
Regular duct cleanings are essential to the overall health of your home’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. Buildup of dust, dirt and debris in your duct work are an inevitable byproduct of running your heating or air conditioning. Low levels of these contaminants don’t usually cause problems, but over the course of an entire heating or cooling season, you can get a lot of buildup in your ducts. This can be a problem that hits both your body and your pocketbook.
If you have dust building up in your ducts and vents, it will get forced into the rooms in your home when you run your HVAC system. It will get in your carpets, on your surfaces and into the air you breathe. Duct cleanings are very important to maintaining a high level of indoor air quality and should be performed if you have visible buildup of mold, if you have rats or mice living in your ducts, or if you notice dust or dirt being released through your registers when your HVAC system is on.
Here’s what to expect from a professional duct cleaning service:
- Inspection of the entire duct system, both for its general condition and to ensure no asbestos will be released by the duct cleaning
- Use of specialized, high-powered vacuum equipment that will eliminate collected particles outside of your home
- Cleaning of all duct surfaces, metal ducts and fiberglass duct boards with brushes
The technician will also ensure that your home’s furnishings, carpets and surfaces are fully protected from damage during the duct cleaning, and that any holes that were created in order to access the duct network are fully sealed and reinsulated, if necessary.
Sobieski Services offers customers the option to schedule single cleanings or save even more by setting up ongoing maintenance for your ducts. We can also help improve the performance of your ducts even more by sealing them and insulating them for you. Give us a call today; we serve residential and commercial customers throughout New Castle, Kent, Sussex, Delaware, Chester and Cecil counties.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
Sobieski serves Wilmington, Delaware and the surrounding areas. To get started, check out our website.