Your home’s ductwork sits out of sight, which makes it easy for homeowners to forget about it. The ducts in your Elk Grove, California home, need as much attention as the rest of your HVAC system. Scheduling a professional duct cleaning service this spring can help you keep your family healthy, enjoy efficient cooling and save money on your energy bills.

Keep Your Family Healthy

Your air conditioning system works by circulating air through your ducts to keep your home cool. As this air passes through, it brings along many contaminants like dust, pollen, bacteria and pet dander with it. Eventually, your ducts become home to many harmful allergens and pollutants that recirculate to every room around the house. This can lead family members to experience allergy symptoms like sneezing, coughing and itching. It can even lead to more severe consequences like asthma and respiratory problems.

Scheduling duct cleaning service in spring is particularly important because this is the time of year when pollen becomes a protagonist outdoors. Don’t let it be the same indoors. Cleaned ducts help keep your family healthy throughout the season.

Enjoy Efficient Cooling

Contaminants that accumulate in your ductwork also cause a significant obstacle for your AC system. The more dust and debris found in your ducts, the harder it is for your air conditioner to circulate air efficiently. As a result, your AC system has to work harder to properly cool your home. This can lead to unnecessary repairs in the future.

Save Money on Energy Bills

When your unit can’t work efficiently, your energy bills increase. That’s because your AC system wastes energy trying to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. Duct cleaning services will diminish this waste and help boost system efficiency. Consequently, it’ll also help you save money on your energy bills.

Spring is the perfect time to have your ducts inspected and cleaned by a professional. Learn more about our duct cleaning service by contacting Jaguar Heating & Air today.

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