Did you know that having an unclean duct system could be driving up the cost of your power bills? Fortunately, high bills due to unclean ducts can be resolved by regularly hiring a professional duct cleaning company. Read on to find out how getting your air ducts cleaned on a regular basis can save you a great deal of money in the long term.
HVAC systems that have dirty air ducts have to work much harder to emit the air needed to produce and maintain a comfortable temperature inside the building. A significant amount of the heat produced by a HVAV system can get lost in transit due to air taking longer to travel through unclean air ducts than clean ducts. This may make it necessary to turn up the thermostat for it to produce the desired temperature, which uses more energy and causes power bills to be much higher than usual. Getting your air ducts cleaned will allow your system to work more efficiently and reduce costs.
When your air ducts are dirty, the likelihood of HVAC system components malfunctioning is high due to the system having to work harder than usual. It can cost a lot of money to repair these components, and if it gets to the point where the HVAC system gets completely worn out, it could even need replacing with a brand-new system. It’s far cheaper to organise duct cleaning regularly rather than paying to get your HVAC system repaired or replaced.
A common reason for some people getting ill or experiencing allergies on a regular basis is because they’re constantly exposed to poor quality air. Dirty air ducts are known to harbour dust and mould that can be spread through the house and then inhaled by occupants. By getting your air ducts cleaned, you can make your house a much healthier environment for you and your family to be in, helping to prevent potential health issues that cause you to take time off work.
If you would like to learn more about how getting your air ducts cleaned can save you money, or you would like to book our air duct cleaning service, get in touch with Duct Masters today. Give us a call on 1300 640 169 or contact us online.