Duct, Duct, Goose – It’s Your Turn to Have Your Ductwork Tested
Much like the surprise you get when playing the children’s game duck, duck, goose – you may be surprised to learn your ductwork needs to be tested regularly. Over time, it can gather dirt, dust, pet dander, debris, insects, mold, and more. These contaminants impact your heating and cooling system in a big way. Just like you should have regular maintenance performed on your HVAC system, it is important to have this performed on your ductwork as well. Having your ductwork tested can help ensure clean air is pumping into your home and it keeps your furnace and air conditioner from working harder than they should due to blocked ductwork. We have a vast selection of air quality products to keep you and your family breathing clean air. One of our favorite products is a whole-house air cleaner that not only kills all of the mold, mildew, and bacteria in your ductwork but also kills germs on your kitchen counters and the doorknobs in your house!
When we test your ductwork, we will make sure there are no gaps or broken areas. Do you have rooms in your home that are always too hot or too cold? Your ductwork could be to blame. If there are breaks or gaps in your ductwork, the air your HVAC system is putting out could be leaking into areas of your home you do not want to target such as walls, attics, under your home, crawl spaces, closets, and walls. This leads to you losing money.
At Tower Heating & Air, our team of expert technicians can quickly diagnose the problem and fix it accordingly. We will help you improve your equipment’s efficiency, and show you how to make your home as airtight as possible with some quick and easy tips. Our goal is to provide comfort at every level, from consistent temperature to balanced humidity, to improved air quality. Call for a free estimate today: 919-755-1957.
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