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If you saw how much dirt was in your air ducts, you’d rush to get a mop and bucket. Although clean ductwork is important to your health and your energy bills, it tends to be out of sight, out of mind. Complete duct cleaning is a professional-level job. Bring out the experts at One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating for the cleanest, healthiest ducts.

Duct Cleaning For My Health

The average family-home creates 40 pounds of dust per day, the majority of which get caught in your duct system. For people with allergies and asthma, breathing in that stockpile of dust is a health hazard. Remove this irritant by having our HVAC technician thoroughly clean your ducts.

Duct Cleaning For My HVAC’s Health

Just like excess dust puts extra wear on your respiratory system, it does the same to your HVAC system. Dirty ducts drastically reduce system lifespan, as dust particles build up on and clogs sensitive mechanical components. Keeping your HVAC system in great shape for another year can offset the cost of duct cleaning. Sign up today!

Duct Cleaning To Save Money

Dust particles settled on your HVAC system force it to work harder to heat or cool your home, rendering even the most efficient HVAC systems wasteful. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25% to 40% of the energy used for heating or cooling a home is wasted—much of it from dirty ductwork.  Bring out One Hour Air and enjoy the savings.

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