One of the most important parts of your air conditioning is the duct system. If the air flow is restricted, you will face lower performance and higher bills. Below you will find some information on the different types of Hahnville, Louisiana, air duct maintenance plans and schedules.

Air Quality Concerns and Duct Cleaning 

Sheet metal ducts are prone to condensation, and this means that you might have mold growing inside the hard surface, which will cause several problems. If you have a respiratory condition, it is recommended that you get your air ducts cleaned regularly.

Dust and debris can also build up in your ducts, and they can enter your home, impacting the air quality. The dust and other particles can build up in your ducts without you noticing it. In extreme cases, you might even have vermin that settle in your ductwork.

How Air Ducts Impact Your AC Performance

In some cases, your air conditioning ducts will be so dirty that they will block your vents. When you have dirty or dusty air ducts, you will need an air filter change more often. If there is any physical obstruction in your ductwork, such as debris from your latest remodeling project, your airflow will be compromised, and your air conditioning system will work at a lower capacity.

How Often Should You Get Your Air Conditioning Ducts Cleaned?

Some manufacturers suggest that you get your air ducts cleaned every 3-5 years, however, the schedule should be determined by a qualified heating and air conditioning professional who will carry out the checks and make recommendations based on the location and condition of your ducts. If you have pets, it is recommended that you get your ducts cleaned more often.

You should always clean your air ducts after every remodeling project, when moving to a new house, and when you carry out any construction.

To get a professional assessment and quote on duct cleaning, contact Bryans United Air Conditioning by calling (504) 208-2071 today.

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