You may not know if your air ducts are not functioning properly, but there are some indications you might have a problem, including:
If you notice any of these issues, then you most likely need to have your air ducts inspected. You may also need an inspection if you have recently had a pest infestation in your attic to ensure there wasn’t any damage done to the ductwork.
If you are experiencing any of the above, your air ducts might need cleaning or repair. An Attic Projects technician can come out to your home and inspect your air ducts. If they identify that your air ducts need cleaning, they can take care of that in a matter of hours. Cleaning will remove dirt, dust and other debris that has built up in the ductwork. This will optimize your ducts and have the air flowing efficiently again.
When your air ducts are dirty, damaged, or improperly installed, it can mean your HVAC has to work harder to push air through your air ducts to be dispersed throughout your home. This can cause additional wear and tear on your HVAC. However, with proper maintenance, your HVAC will stay in optimal condition longer.
Well maintained air ducts are good for your utility bill. When your air ducts are properly maintained, your HVAC doesn’t have to work as hard, meaning it uses less energy to do its job. If you start noticing high utility bills, you may need to schedule an air duct inspection with Attic Projects.
When your air ducts are damaged or installed improperly, it can be difficult to maintain a comfortable environment throughout your entire home. If you have areas of your home that are difficult to cool or heat, you may need to have your air ducts checked.
If you suspect your air ducts may need to be repaired or replaced, call Attic Projects today for a free inspection. Our air duct specialists will inspect your air ducts for any damage or improper installation that may be affecting how well your ducts are functioning. Keeping your air ducts in top condition means a cleaner, more comfortable home.
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