The dusty landscape in Las Vegas has a way of creeping into every nook and cranny. Dust collects on fan blades, atop kitchen cabinets and even inside the air conditioning ductwork. If you suffer from allergies, you may already be tackling most hard-to-reach places. But few people think about the possible effects of dirty ducts. Consider hiring a professional HVAC crew to perform duct cleaning as part of your home maintenance to-do list.

Enjoy a Cleaner Home After Remodeling

Construction dust from newly built or remodeled homes can accumulate in the ducting. Give yourself a fresh start after construction ends by having the ducts professionally cleaned to remove sawdust, excess insulation, trash and dust from wallboard.

Alleviate Serious Health Concerns

Some people with allergy symptoms may see an improvement after duct cleaning, especially if dust has been visibly blowing out of the vents. To reduce respiratory symptoms, change your HVAC system’s air filter regularly. In addition to improving indoor air quality, completing this task will also help your air conditioner run more efficiently.

Eliminate Dirt and Other Debris

If you can see microbial growth, excessive dirt, evidence of pests or water damage, schedule professional duct cleaning right away. Old and leaky ductwork allows pests, insulation and excess dust inside. It also allows conditioned air to leak out. As a result, it increases energy bills.

Therefore, it’s smart to schedule required repairs and sealing at the same time as the duct cleaning. A professionally trained and licensed HVAC service technician should be the only one who completes any repairs on your HVAC system.

Sun Country Heating & Cooling will help you freshen the atmosphere in your home with duct cleaning services and other indoor air quality solutions. To schedule your ductwork inspection or air quality consultation, call 702-534-3375. Sun Country Heating & Cooling offers quality service you can trust, and we’re standing by to help you lead a healthier life at home.

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