Going through a remodel is an exciting time that leaves you with a brand new look. Ahhhh, that beautiful new kitchen or that relaxing master bathroom…it’s all a dream come true! Once you’ve got your post-install care products ready to go and you have nothing but the bill left to pay, you’re left wondering, “What else is there to worry about?” Well, we have your answer!
After a major remodeling project, especially if it involves asbestos abatement, lead paint removal, and significant dust from the construction aftermath, the part you cannot see (the areas that can cause real damage) needs some love and care too. As the construction dust begins to settle, it lingers on your floors and furniture and makes itself a nice sticky home inside your air ducts. Where the real trouble begins is when it makes its way to the furnace filter.
In a short amount of time, debris and remnants from a remodel can quickly clog your furnace filters, which then leads to those particles polluting the air inside your home. Additionally, a blocked airflow to the furnace can cause the motor to overheat and a burnt-out motor is costly and commonly results in furnace replacement services. You don’t want to be breathing in the aftermath of your remodel or replacing your furnace all because the filter was clogged.
The Right Time to Schedule Your Air Duct Cleaning
It’s recommended that, after any major renovation or remodeling project, you wait for the dust to settle before scheduling air duct cleaning service. Air duct cleaning is the best and most cost-effective ways to remove construction dust, dirt and debris from your home’s HVAC systems. So, after the dust has settled, contact Capital Heating & Cooling for a free duct cleaning estimate.
How Much Will Duct Cleaning Cost?
Capital Heating & Cooling uses flat rate pricing, which means it’s based on the size of your home. Call 414-316-3467 today and get a free phone estimate to learn what duct cleaning would cost for your home.