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The air in your Tampa, Florida, home travels through the ductwork in your HVAC system several times every day. You should have your ducts cleaned by an experienced professional at least every five years to help you and your family save money and energy. Regular duct cleaning increases your heater and air conditioner’s efficiency, prevents breakdowns, and improves your indoor air quality.

Increased Efficiency

Clogged ducts can force your HVAC system to work harder to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, wasting energy and raising your utility bills. The lower utility bills from duct cleaning will often save you more than the initial cost of the procedure. Dirty ductwork can also lead to warm or drafty areas in your home. You could even have a dead animal or a nest blocking your airflow and causing an unpleasant smell.

Fewer Breakdowns

Dust and debris in your ductwork will eventually reach other parts of your HVAC system, shortening its life and causing inconvenient, expensive breakdowns. Have your ducts cleaned regularly and change your air filter at least every three months to prevent this. Also, a professional should check your system for problems once per year to keep any minor issues from getting worse.

Better Indoor Air Quality

Dust, dirt, mold, pollen, pet dander, pest droppings, dead insects, and other contaminants in your ductwork can cause allergies, asthma, and other health problems. You could miss work more often and end up with expensive medical bills from dirty ducts. If you or one of your family members is having unusual symptoms or getting sick often, you should have your ducts checked by a professional.

ServiceMaster 24 Hour can help you clean and repair your ductwork and many other parts of your home. We have more than 10 years of experience, and we can even clean your ducts after a fire, a flood, or another emergency. Call us anytime at 813-603-2001 for excellent service from our friendly, expert technicians.

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