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Don't Neglect Your Ductwork

Don't Neglect Your Ductwork

Cleaning the air ducts in your home is important for health reasons and breathing easier. Your ductwork is a network of pipes that carries heated air flow or cooled air flowing throughout your house. It is an essential part of your home’s HVAC system, for maintaining clean air and comfortable temperature. But it is often overlooked. Dirty ductwork can reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system and lead to higher energy bills. It can also worsen indoor air quality if you live in the Las Vegas area by circulating dust, pollen, and other allergens.

It is important to have your ductwork cleaned regularly by a qualified HVAC technician. They will use specialized equipment to remove dirt, dust, and other debris from your ducts.

Here are some benefits of having your ductwork cleaned:

• Improved air quality: Clean ductwork circulates cleaner air throughout your home, which can improve your health and well-being.
• Increased energy efficiency: Clean ductwork allows your HVAC system to operate more efficiently, which can save you money on your energy bills.
• Reduced risk of breakdowns: Clean ductwork reduces the risk of your HVAC system breaking down, which can save you money on repairs.
• Extended lifespan of your HVAC system: Clean ductwork can help to extend the lifespan of your HVAC system.

If you are concerned about the efficiency or cleanliness of your ductwork, contact a qualified HVAC technician today.

Air Conditioning Duct Work – What Can Go Wrong?
Did you know that up to 30% of heated or cooled air is lost due to poorly functioning air conditioning units or furnaces? This not only wastes money in utility costs but also makes your home uncomfortable. If your home isn’t staying cool, the problem might not be your AC unit but rather your ductwork. Leaks in poorly connected ducts prevent air from reaching the rooms you’re trying to cool, while leaks in the cool air return to the furnace can pull in stale or outside air, overworking your system and reducing its efficiency. Don’t let leaking ductwork shorten the lifespan of your expensive AC and furnace. Take action and get them repaired now. Invest in your comfort and save money on your utility bills.

Southwest Gas says that somewhere between 10% and 30% of all heated or cooled air is lost. A poorly functioning air conditioning unit or furnace can waste a lot of money in utility costs and make your home more uncomfortable.

Las Vegas Air Conditioning — Duct Testing
The best way to find out if your ductwork is leaking is to have an experienced and qualified technician perform a ductwork test. This test uses calibrated measuring equipment to track the amount of air lost between your AC and the rooms you’re trying to cool. It will show which pipes have leaks, and even pinpoint sections, which could be completely disconnected. The test will help you determine which parts of the ductwork should be replaced, repaired, or sealed.

The best time to perform these tests is often when a new air conditioner or furnace is installed. You can also test ductwork when maintenance is done on your existing unit.

Las Vegas Air Conditioning — Duct Cleaning
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says cleaning ductwork can help with the efficiency of your Las Vegas air conditioning or furnace equipment. Dust, pollen, pet dander, and even mold, can grow in these vents over time, making your AC work a lot harder to cool your home. Cleaning the supply and return vents, air ducts, registers, heating and cooling coils, ductwork, and all the other component parts of your furnace and AC will help clear the air in your home of allergy producing debris.

Comfort Masters – Your Full-Service HVAC Provider
Comfort Masters is a full-service HVAC provider offering repair, maintenance, and replacement of your air conditioner and furnace. We offer ductwork cleaning, testing, and duct sealing with Aura Seal, as well as other services that are vital to the proper functioning of your home. Contact us today to find out more.

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