Professional Air Conditioning Duct Cleaning For Maximum Cooling Efficiency

Dirty air conditioning ducts can lead to reduced efficiency of the entire cooling system, and also cause mildew and pathogens within the ducts. Getting the ducts cleaned by professionals using high quality air duct cleaning equipment can keep the entire AC system working efficiently. They also prevent mildew and other contaminants.

What Happens in a Non-Maintained Duct?

  1. Mold deposits visible inside the ducts: A lot of moisture is collected inside air conditioning ducts on a regular basis. This can easily lead to mold deposits forming inside the ducts. The spores from the mold contaminate the air, and results in problems such as shortness of breath.
  2. Rodents and insects make the ducts their home: If the network of air conditioning ducts is large,then rodents and insects can actually start living in it and that is why professional hands are needed for cleaning.
  3. Dust cakes form inside the ducts: Snow like deposits inside the ducts of the HVAC system can do a lot worse than simply clogging up the air conditioner and heater outlets. These dust cakes may contain as many as 250 different allergens.

Maximum Air Conditioner Cooling Efficiency

A clean air conditioner always performs at its peak. Duct cleaning can be a nightmare for many and it is impossible to achieve a good result without professional help. Professionals use equipment and techniques which are more effective and result in maximum cooling efficiency.

Air Conditioning Repair Services in Greenwich, CT

Bruni & Campisi Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, an air conditioning repair contractor has years of experience providing air conditioning repair services. Our professionals are experts and provide excellent service. We have been servingWestchester County and Yonkers in New York, Stamford and Greenwich in Connecticut for more than 35 years. We are available 24 hours at your service. Call us at 914.269.6760 (NY) and 203.413.5533 (CT).

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