Summer Duct Cleaning for Your Home, Office or School

July 16, 2015

 It’s summer time. And summer in Ontario usually means hot and humid. And if you’re like me, you’ve been enjoying the beautiful weather when you’re outside … but you’re also enjoying the comfort of an air conditioned home as well.

 

Your home’s HVAC system is probably running often. And while there are some great ways you can reduce the amount of time you’re running your air conditioning, (like using a programmable thermostat, shading from direct sunlight and preventing hot air from entering & cold air from escaping), you’ll still be running your HVAC system on a regular basis.

 

This means that you’ll be regularly breathing in airborne contaminants. Every time you run your air conditioning in the summer or furnace in the winter, you’re circulating contaminates through your air ducts and into the air you breathe.

 

You air ducts are home to dust, dirt, mold, bacteria, pet hair and sometimes construction garbage (you’d be surprised what we find in there!). Every time heat or cold air passes through the air ducts, it is pushed into your home and directly into the air you breathe.

 

Cleaning your air ducts can have some major benefits.

  • Removes accumulated dust

  • Removes debris and cobwebs

  • Increases the efficiency of your system

  • Removes contaminates following construction or renovation

  • Reduce odours caused by pet smell or pet hair

  • Allows you to identify and remove any animal infestations

But the biggest and most important benefit is a dramatic improvement in indoor air quality. You’ll be able to breathe fresh, clean air!

 

Summer is a great time of year to clean your home's air ducts.  Or clean your school's air ducts before back to school in September. Contact us today for a free quote for home or school air duct cleaning!

 

Georgian Duct Cleaning is a family owned business in Simcoe County with over 20 years experience working with residential, commercial and industrial HVAC ducts. Call us for a free quote or for more information. (705) 722-5952 Or 1-800-363-2563

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