Maynard Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

Duct Leakage: Why it’s a Problem for Your HVAC Systems

Monday, February 25th, 2019
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Both your central heating and air conditioning systems rely on a system of air ducts to do their job. These systems cool or heat the air, and then blow that air through the ductwork to the various rooms in your home. They’re typically located behind walls, in your attic, or other out-of-sight areas so they can do their job as unobtrusively as possible.

This is great, however it makes it difficult to spot when problems, like leaks, occur. The good news is that the HVAC professionals on our team can address the problem of leaking ducts quickly and efficiently. Before we can do that though, you of course need to be able to spot the signs that something is amiss to begin with (or just give us a call for duct testing services).

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Improve Your HVAC Health and Air Quality with Professional Duct Cleaning

Monday, January 14th, 2019

In the grand scheme of HVAC services, air duct cleaning probably seems pretty minor. But you actually might be surprised by how beneficial it can be. Sure, your ductwork seems like just a minor part of both your heating and cooling systems, but ducts are pretty important to the functionality of both.

In order to keep your various climate control systems operating as they should, and keep your indoor air quality at an acceptable level this season, be sure to get your ducts cleaned if they haven’t been within the last few years.

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