How to Keep Your HVAC System Clean Between Duct Cleanings
Air duct cleaning is an important step in keeping the air in your home clean and free of allergens and contaminants. But did you know that you don’t have to wait for a duct cleaning to keep your HVAC system clean and free of indoor air pollution?
Simple Steps for HVAC System Maintenance
There are simple steps that you can take to keep your HVAC system clean between air duct maintenance from R & R Heating & Air:
• Change Your Filters Regularly
By regularly changing your filters, you can avoid a buildup of dirt, dust, pollen and other contaminants that may clog your air filter and end up in your HVAC system.
On average, your filter should be changed every 30 to 90 days.
• Clean Coils and Blower Motor
Cleaning the coils and blower motor of your HVAC system is an important part of HVAC maintenance. Both the coils and the blower motor can trap contaminants, which can contribute to the buildup of dust and other pollutants that end up circulating around your home.
Calling R & R Heating & Air to clean your coils and blower motor will:
o Help keep your system operating at maximum efficiency
o Reduce electrical usage
o Save you money
o Help the environment
Cleaning the coils and blower motor is part of our complete and thorough annual service.
• Use Air Purifiers and Air Filters In Your Home
Using a high quality air purifier or air filter in your home will help purify indoor air and help get rid of contaminants that could end up back in your HVAC system. Your HVAC system can’t circulate what isn’t there.
• Vacuum Regularly
Vacuuming regularly with a high quality vacuum that is proven to reduce allergens and contaminants is another way to remove indoor air pollutants from circulating in your home and contaminating your ducts.
Following these tips between air duct cleanings can help you keep the air in your home cleaner and freer of contaminants that may harm your health.