Questions About Air Duct Cleaning Service?
J.R. Bolton Services Has Answers
We’re going to let you in on a little HVAC secret—air duct cleaning can improve your health. That’s right! Just because your ductwork is out of sight, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t clean it and seal it. Because when it’s clean, homeowners breathe in fewer pollutants and enjoy a much cleaner and healthier indoor living space.
Here’s the deal. Dust, pet dander, kitchen fumes and other allergens easily slip into your HVAC system and get circulated throughout your home. When you clean and seal your ductwork, you can easily reduce the amount of pollutants that are released into your indoor air. In addition, clean ductwork reduces the amount of energy your HVAC system needs to run efficiently. End result? You will save on energy use, encounter fewer repair problems and extend the life of your HVAC system. So, why wouldn’t you consider duct cleaning?
Signs, Signs, Everywhere There Are Signs
Here’s another tidbit you probably didn’t know: According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, an average six-room home can create up to 40 pounds of dust each year. Yikes! And where does much of this dust end up? Unfortunately, without proper cleaning, the answer is: your ductwork.
But don’t panic. With J.R. Bolton Services by your side, customers in and around DeKalb and Gwinnett County, GA, can easily regain clean ductwork! Still on the fence about whether your system needs a good cleaning? Check out our cheat sheet. Do you notice:
Obviously, these are all signs that your ductwork is overdue for a good, professional cleaning. With more than three decades of experience cleaning HVAC systems, you can rest assured that top-notch services from J.R. Bolton in Fulton County and beyond will drastically improve the efficiency of your HVAC system, reduce your energy use and improve your indoor air quality.
The Road to Cleaner Ducts
In addition to annual air duct cleaning in DeKalb County and the surrounding area, there are a few more ways to ensure that your ductwork always performs at its best.
The first method revolves around your air filter. In order for your air conditioning system to work most efficiently, you should change your air filters every three months. If you have pets, smoke inside the home or use your AC system more aggressively during certain seasons, you can even change the filters monthly. Of course, if you ever notice dust circulating through the air when your HVAC runs or you see that your element is dirty, these are also sure-fire signs that it’s time to put in a fresh filter. Replacing the filters on a regular basis will help keep the ductwork clean and keep your air healthier.
Another way to boost HVAC efficiency is through proper air duct sealing. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, duct sealing prevents dust, insulation particles and even fumes from household cleaners from circulating throughout your home. After all, no one wants to wrestle with the effects of leaky ductwork. Leaky ductwork can cut your HVAC system’s efficiency by 30 percent and increase your monthly electric bill. By allowing J.R. Bolton Services to properly insulate and seal your ductwork, you’ll be in the clear and put an end to those lost energy savings.
We’ll Help You Clean Up Your Act—and Your Ducts
A healthy home starts with a clean HVAC system. Call J.R. Bolton Services today to schedule your annual ductwork cleaning or to ask about our insulation services in DeKalb County and neighboring communities. You can trust us.
- Over 30 years of experience
- A great Better Business Bureau rating
- Highly trained professionals
- Improved system efficiency
- Guaranteed indoor comfort
- Thorough inspections
- National Air Duct Cleaners Association standards rules
Call J.R. Bolton Services today at 770-268-2010 to learn why our air duct cleaning services in Gwinnett County, Fulton County and beyond are superior to other HVAC companies.
Why homeowners trust J.R. Bolton Services with ductwork and HVAC cleaning
How do you know when it’s time to replace your air filter? It’s pretty easy to tell. Your filter looks bright white like the image on the left when it’s new. It looks dark and dirty like the one on the right when it needs replacing.