It takes a lot of energy to heat and cool a home or building an in fact, the systems used for this purpose account for the majority of energy use. These systems – even in new buildings – tend to be dirty, and become heavily fouled through everyday use. Fouled heating and cooling systems can also be problematic for occupants, contributing to poor indoor air quality, system failure and increased energy usage.
Researchers have proven that properly cleaning even lightly-soiled heating and cooling systems can result in energy savings of up to 11 percent. In addition to these savings, consumers who have their heating and cooling system cleaned can benefit from improved indoor air quality, air flow, reduced maintenance costs and extended life expectancy for the heating and cooling system.
While not confirmed, cleaning heavily fouled systems is expected to produce even greater energy savings.
You can read more of this Status Report from the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) regarding their Energy Research Project at www.nadca.com
Air Duct Aseptics (ADA) is a NADCA certified HVAC Duct Cleaning company. Call today for your free evaluation at 888-707-7763 or visit us www.ADAflorida.com
Rainy season has finally arrived in South Florida! We desperately need the water from the afternoon showers for our gardens and for our drinking water levels.
Don’t forget, now is the time to make sure that your air conditioning system is in tip top condition for the coming summer months. The last thing you need after a hard days’ work is to come home to a hot house, meaning a poor nights’ sleep at the very least!
A tune-up on your air conditioning equipment can identify potential issues before they become a major problem. Our 17-point tune-up will leave you feeling confident that your equipment is up to the task for keeping you cool this summer 🙂
Change your filter every 30-60 days; service your a/c unit every 6 months and clean your HVAC ductwork every 2-10 years. Call Air Duct Aseptics today at 888-707-7763 to schedule your service.