Make ductwork cleaning a part of spring cleaning

I never would have thought that January could be one of my favorite times of year.

  • That’s because where I grew up, January and February were brutal when it came to cold.

I could hardly leave the house and all the heating from the gas furnace. Luckily, I went to school in the south and ended up getting a job down here after I graduated. So I’ve been enjoying these lovely winters for a long time now. The weather is really nice this time of year where I live. It doesn’t get a whole lot worse than maybe the mid forties at night and I can deal with that. The heat pump hardly even comes on throughout the winter. I can enjoy this weather for another couple of months before the temperatures begin to rise again. Spring arrives early around here and that comes with an increase in temperature. So the air conditioning comes on much sooner down here than it does where I used to live. That also means that spring cleaning comes earlier as well. I don’t know if it’s just tradition or what but, I really do like to deep clean the house at the beginning of spring. And part of that deep clean is having the HVAC professionals come out and do the ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing. I like to get this done just about every year. It really does improve the indoor air quality and control the dust. On top of that, making sure that the ductwork is completely sealed maximizes the efficiency of the heat pump. And our heat pump will be running to provide cooling in our home up to 8 months of the year. So that makes a big difference in air conditioning costs as well keeping our indoor air quality good.

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