Is Your Furnace Ready for the Upcoming Cold Winter Temperatures?

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The frustration with the allergies continues.
Even though you keep a very clean house, you feel like there is something in your home that is making your allergies worse. Although you have even paid for a professional deep clean of the carpets, when you come into the house at the end of a long day you do not feel like you are walking into a freshly cleaned home. Finally, after sharing your frustration with your allergies that seem to be worse when you are home, one of your neighbors suggested that you talk to a contractor that provides professional duct sealing services. Even though you have never had any pets in your home, your neighbor said that ducts can build up a lot dusty and allergens in the course of even 10 years. The fact that you have been in your home for 20 years now you are thinking that it is possible that your ducts could be causing the problems with your allergies.
Are You Looking for a Solution to Your Allergies That Seem to Get Worse When You Are at Home?
Many home owners make sure that they make appointments with heating and cooling companies to complete a twice a year service call to make sure that the furnace and air conditioner are ready to use when they are needed. These same home owners, however, do not realize the importance of also contracting with air duct cleaning services as well.
Duct sealing services can help home owners make sure that they are doing everything they can to keep the air quality in their houses as healthy as possible.
Consider some of these facts and figures about the heating and cooling systems, as well as the ductworks in homes and businesses across America:
  • 66% of all homes in the U.S. have air conditioners.
  • At an annual cost of more than $11 billion to home owner, air conditioners use about 5% of all the electricity produced in America.
  • 20 years is the average expected lifespan of a furnace.
  • 15 years is the average expected lifespan of a hot water heater and boiler.
  • 20 years is the average expected lifespan of a central air conditioner.
If you want to make sure that you are as healthy as possible when you are in your home, consider contacting professional duct sealing services. Maintaining your HVAC system is important, but paying attention to the duct work in your home is important as well.

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