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The air heated or cooled by your HVAC system passes through the ducts before it reaches your living spaces. If those ducts are filled with dust, dirt or other debris, your health and well-being could suffer. Dirty ducts also shorten the lifespan of your HVAC system. Here are three ways duct cleaning could make your Woodbridge, Virginia, home healthier and more comfortable:

Lessen Respiratory Problems

When your home’s air ducts are filled with dust or debris, some of those particles blow into your living spaces with each cycling of the HVAC system. You end up breathing these particles into your lungs. If you’ve noticed more coughing, throat irritation, sneezing or asthma symptoms, dirty air ducts could be to blame. Duct cleaning gets rid of those irritants, allowing you to breathe easier.

Improve Allergy Symptoms

Many people are allergic to dust mites. Dusty air ducts provide an ongoing food source for the mites. Microbial growth can also thrive in the dark, moist environment of air ducts. Cleaning the air ducts could lessen your allergy symptoms, helping you feel better.

Increase HVAC System Efficiency

Layer upon layer of dust, dirt and other buildup in the air ducts decreases your HVAC system’s efficiency. Less heated or cooled air reaches your living spaces, which could reduce your comfort. Your system has to perform more cycles in order to reach the temperature on your thermostat. This reduces the system’s lifespan. Duct cleaning removes the obstruction, allowing the HVAC system to operate at peak efficiency.

Our duct cleaning services are an essential part of home maintenance and could extend the lifespan of your heating and cooling system. By improving the quality of your home’s indoor air, we enhance your health and well-being. At Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, our service technicians look forward to helping you increase the comfort and energy efficiency of your home. Contact us today.

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