Our home heating and air conditioning systems help ensure air circulates effectively throughout the property. Contaminants within this air also circulate and may cause issues for those who suffer from allergies to pollen and other airborne pollutants.
Many homeowners use professional duct cleaning services to help minimize the potential spread of airborne contaminants. Let’s explore the impact duct cleaning can have on your Salem, Oregon home.
The Indications of Contaminants in the Home
Before we delve further into the value of duct cleaning, let’s look at the signs that your home has airborne contaminants and the issue these contaminants may cause over time. Signs of dust, pet dander, and other airborne pollutants in the home include:
Increasing allergy symptoms, including stuffiness, sneezing, and eye-itchiness, when your air is on
A layer of dust that returns a day or two after cleaning
Regular issues with your air conditioning filter
The Value of Duct Cleaning
Your home ventilation system is the central element ensuring the safety of your home and the efficiency of your air conditioning and heating equipment. When this system is dirty and dusty, contaminants are directed throughout the property and impact your entire family. An expert Salem, Oregon duct cleaning professional can help remove contaminants from the unit and protect your family against dust mites, pet dander, and other allergens that can exacerbate allergy symptoms.
What Does Duct Cleaning Involve?
As part of the duct cleaning service, your local Salem, Oregon cleaner will inspect your duct system and ensure there’s no component damage before the cleaning service begins. The cleaners will then use a professional-grade vacuum system to remove all the dirt and dust within the supply and return air ducts and registers, as well as all the debris from connected components such as the grilles and diffusers.
Choose the Right Firm for the Role
When you decide to utilize a local Salem, Oregon home duct cleaning service, ensure they have local knowledge, industry experience, and hands-on equipment expertise. Our team at Melton Heating & Air Conditioning services can help oversee all elements of the cleaning process. We harness the industry’s best cleaning equipment, and each member of our team has decades of hands-on experience cleaning ducts for property owners throughout the region.
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With heating costs rising across the country, you might not recognize an extra dollar or two on your bill as a significant issue. But if you have an equipment problem, your heating costs will rise significantly in a short amount of time. If you notice a rise of 20 to 50% or higher from one month to the next, call Melton’s Heating & Air Conditioning, your local Salem heating and air conditioning expert, to inspect your heating system.
If you hear loud noises when the heater is running, this could indicate a component issue. Often these loud noises are associated with a motor problem such as a damaged belt. Metal scraping sounds coming from your furnace may relate to a problem with the interior ball bearings. Prompt action can often be the difference between a minor repair and an expensive issue.
If the heater isn’t producing the required amount of heat to bring comfort throughout the home, then you should consult an expert as soon as possible. Whether the issue is a blockage preventing a high volume of air from entering the system or an improperly sized furnace, your local experts can help guide you and quickly source the problem.
Regular Required Repairs
As your heating system ages, you’re likely going to spend more money on maintenance each year to keep the equipment running to its peak performance. But experiencing several repair issues in a short space indicates a major heating equipment problem. The problem could relate to a previous repair not being completed effectively. Or the system could simply be failing due to age. A qualified Salem heating and air conditioning professional can help evaluate the unit and provide clear guidance on the steps ahead.
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Melton Heating & Air Conditioning’s team has decades of hands-on experience providing heating repair guidance in homes throughout Salem. For more information about heating system repair options, please contact us now for your repair.
It’s no surprise that your HVAC requires period maintenance, like most machines. However, did you know that the more maintenance it receives, the more efficient it will be and the longer it will last? It’s true. By implementing a period maintenance plan, you can get the most out of your heating and cooling equipment.
In addition to hiring an HVAC specialist, you can also perform your routine checks each month, inspecting your system for things like:
That there are at least two feet of space between the indoor components of your HVAC system. Allows your indoor unit to be able to get as much air as possible.
Remove shrubs, branches, leaves, and other things from your outdoor unit that can potentially cause an exhaust fan block.
Your air filters: if they are not clean, replace them. Clean filters increase your HVAC unit’s efficiency.
Leaks in your HVAC unit’s refrigerant lines may not be apparent
2. Perform Seasonal Maintenance Checks
You should also have a licensed HVAC specialist to perform seasonal maintenance checks so they can:
Inspect its fan blades for proper operation.
Clean and replace its air filters if needed.
Clean its condenser and evaporator coils.
Check all of its heating and cooling components.
Inspect its electrical wiring.
Check your ductwork.
Check the refrigerant of your system.
Replace any worn parts.
Dust off any snow accumulated around your AC unit during winter.
3. Perform an Annual Inspection
Last but certainly not least, having your HVAC unit inspected annually will ensure it’s running safely and efficiently. Technicians will check your HVAC system and replace any carbon monoxide detectors if you have them. They will also make sure all of your HVAC unit’s components are properly lubricated and clean its condensation drain line.
HVAC technicians will also inspect your outdoor unit to make sure it’s been installed on level ground.
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If you need HVAC repairs or maintenance, contact the team from Melton’s Heating & Cooling today online or call (503) 378-7428.