Common Air Duct Issues

Your air ducts are all around you. When all are working right and proper, cool or warm air flows through your home or business keeping things ideal with regard to your temperature needs. Many things can get in the way of smooth flow and contribute to higher monthly power bills. Your home or business may be in need of air duct cleaning services in Burnsville and the Twin Cities.

Below you will find a list of most common issues as they relate to air ducts:

Dirty ducts ensure poor in-house air quality. The EPA approximates that the air quality in your Burnsville home can be up to 100 times worse than the air outside. An air duct cleaning, regardless of any issues that may exist, will help improve the air around you. Dust, germs and pollutants and end up being continuously circulated throughout your home whenever the system is running.

Air ducts themselves need insulation. This insulation provides an extra layer of protection against the aforementioned types of leaks and locks airflow into the ducting itself. Overall efficiency of the entire system is assisted via proper insulation.

Leaky Ducts, Grills and Registers
20-40 percent of the air flowing through your ducts is lost due to leaking. Having your ducts sealed professionally is a worthy consideration. It will ensure lower energy bills and increase the overall air quality in your home. In the case of loose or not properly sealed grills and registers, air can be lost long before it even reaches intended rooms.

Poor Duct System Design
The typical American home operates at 57 percent airflow efficiency due to a poorly designed air duct system. Weak construction ensures that the needed airflow required to heat and cool your Burnsville home is not adequate.

Metro Cleaning Services provides an efficient air duct cleaning process for home owners and commercial units in the Burnsville area. Contact us or give us a call to take a look at your central air unit. We would be happy to provide you with a Free Estimate on any of our service types.

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