Your HVAC system’s ductwork is the delivery system for your family’s comfort in winter and summer. This system distributes the cool air your AC system generates to help you beat the heat on the hottest summer day and the heat your furnace or other heating system creates to keep your family warm and cozy on a cold winter’s night. Because we experience some fairly extreme temperatures here in the Dallas area, making sure your air duct system was properly installed and remains in optimal condition over time is critical in helping you avoid unnecessary middle-of-summer or middle-of-winter discomfort.

Ductwork Design Is Crucial to Your Comfort

According to the U.S. Dept. of Energy, in both retrofits and new-home construction, proper duct system design is critical. And it’s just as critical to have your current air duct system inspected to ensure that its original design and installation were properly done and that the ducts are the right size for your home. If they are found to be subpar, your family’s comfort and your system’s energy efficiency will both improve if you opt to have the situation corrected via a professional duct system repair or upgrade.

Duct Cleaning: Optimize Your HVAC Efficiency

Even properly designed and correctly installed ducts collect dust, dirt, debris and other unpleasant and unhealthy substances over time. That’s why giving those conduits a good cleaning and sanitizing every several years is a smart homeowner move. Not only do dirty air ducts compromise airflow through the system, reducing system efficiency, but they also affect the air your family breathes and can often harbor unhealthy contaminants. Professional duct cleaning can reverse this negative trend, making your home more comfortable while improving HVAC efficiency.

Make sure your HVAC duct system is in optimal condition by consulting the dependable air duct cleaning and design experts at Metro Air Conditioning Heating & Services. Call us today at (214) 948-8888 to discuss your concerns or schedule your air duct system service.

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