HVAC systems can get dirty and dusty like the rest of your home. It’s easy to notice and clean messes inside your home in Tatum, Texas. But debris in your HVAC system are harder to see. However, just because it’s out of sight doesn’t mean it should be out of mind. Here are three reasons cleaning your HVAC system regularly can make a huge difference in your home:
HVAC systems clogged with dirt and dust can impact your home’s energy efficiency levels. If system has to work harder to push air through your ductwork or power through buildup in the exterior unit, it’ll draw harder from the grid and increase your monthly energy bills. Scheduling regular cleaning can reduce the strain on your system and energy needed to run effectively.
Dust and pollen built up in your system can affect your home’s indoor air quality. While air quality technologies like purifiers may help clean up some of this pollution, they aren’t a permanent solution.
If you have family members with sensitive lungs, regular cleanings can help improve their comfort. Remember to also change your air filter every 30 to 90 days to help maintain healthy indoor air quality.
HVAC systems that are trying to function with a build-up of debris often have performance issues that can lead to an uncomfortable home. Climate control systems are supposed to do just that: control your home’s climate.
If your system has to work extra hard, it may not be able to keep up with the demands of your home and the extra load from the buildup. As a result, it can lead to issues like an uneven temperature or reduced air movement.
The experts at JD’s A/C can clean your HVAC system, helping improve your home’s efficiency, air quality and performance. Give us a call today at (903) 759-7483 to schedule an appointment!
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