After investing in having your air ducts cleaned, your home will have all of the benefits of clean air, eliminate indoor allergies, and give you a more efficient HVAC system. However, in order to enjoy and extend the benefits of having your air ducts cleaned, you will want to do your own maintenance. Air Pure Air Duct Cleaning will share what important maintenance you can do to help extend your air duct cleaning and enjoy a cleaner and healthier home.
Dust After Air Duct Cleaning & Other Ways to Keep Ducts Clean
Change Air Filters: Changing air filters are an essential part of maintenance that often gets neglected. The air filters capture the dirt and pollutants inside your home as the air is sucked up through the return vents. The air filters help prevent dirt and contamination from occurring inside your home’s HVAC system along with removing and reducing the amount of pollutants inside your home. Pet hair, dander, dirt, pollen and micro particles all get captured inside the air filters. To ensure that more of the inner pollutants gets absorbed or captured you will need to change out the air filters as they get dirty. Changing out your home air filters should be done every three months or more depending on the surrounding environment as well as the number of household members, and pets that live in it.
Clean Supply Registers: Within a short period of time the supply registers inside your home will develop dust and dirt that will accumulate around the outside and inside of the registers. To help reduce the amount of dust that can be blown inside your home, make sure to clean the registers every few weeks. You can simply use a vacuum with an extension hose and bristle or brush attachment and quickly cover the surface area of the registers. In kitchens, grease and oil from cooking can make the dirt stick and become oily. You will need to remove the register and use a de-greaser or liquid dish soap and a scrub brush to remove the greasy dirt from off of the register.
Clean Blower Compartment: The blower compartment of your home’s furnace should be cleaned before you begin using your home’s heating system. When the heater goes unused during the off season, dirt and debris will accumulate and settle inside the blower compartment. Before turning your heater on you should clean out the blower compartment. This will help keep the inside of the air ducts cleaner longer. Instead of blowing dirt and debris through the air ducts, clean the compartment before using your home heating system.
How Do I Know if My Air Ducts Need to Be Cleaned?
It’s good to have your home’s air ducts professionally cleaned every three to five years, again depending if there are pets present and how many people are coming in and out of the home on a daily basis. You can extend the need for professional air cleaning by doing basic maintenance such as maintaining clean air filer, cleaning registers and blowers. However, eventually the air ducts will require a deeper and more thorough cleaning. If you can see dirt building up inside your air ducts when cleaning registers or changing the air filters, it is time to get your air ducts cleaned. Another common sign is dust. If you clean your home and you have a fresh layer of dust almost instantly, then there is dirt and dust coming from the air filters.
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If you need help cleaning or maintaining your home’s air ducts, contact Air Pure Air Duct Cleaning. We provide air duct cleaning as well as air quality treatment services. Contact and schedule Air Pure Air Duct Cleaning services today.