Is Duct Cleaning worth it?

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Are you a homeowner who is skeptical about Duct Cleaning? Well you’re not alone! Many homeowners are unfamiliar with the benefits associated with cleaner ducts because well, you can’t see your ducts so you don’t know what is inside them! What if we at Air Doctors, Inc told you it could improve your allergies you just thought you had because of the recent windy weather?

Something to consider: If there is dust on your table, there is dust in your vents!

Here are some more benefits to consider:

– You will notice the difference in Air Quality IMMEADIETLY! That means cleaner air FAST!

– Your AC/Heating Unit will become more efficient which can save you money. Increased airflow means less use in the hot summer and cold winter!

How often do you need to get them cleaned?

– NADCA recommends getting them cleaned every 3 to 5 years, or if a serious problem develops! Quality contractors will inspect your ductwork first to make sure a cleaning would be beneficial to your home.

Don’t forget to research the company and make sure they are reputable and perferably a member of NADCA. Ask your friends and family who they have had success with!

According to a story from Angie’s List, Tom Bergendahl of Wakefield, Mass., wishes he’d hired a reputable service to clean his air ducts instead of a local company that has since gone out of business. “Duct cleaning is a fragile operation, and if you don’t do it right, you can damage the system,” he says. “They completely wrecked the motor.”

Ultimately, the decision to clean air ducts comes down to a homeowner’s own judgment. Get a screwdriver, open up the register and look in there yourself. If your ducts are dirty give us a call! 1-888-DUCTSOK

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