There are so many components to your whole home heating system. When it comes to your furnace, your vents, and your heating ducts, High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics has you covered.
Many homeowners simply make sure the actual heating unit is working just fine and then they think they have done all they need to do for the winter season ahead. While it is very important to have your heating system cleaned each year to ensure safe and effective heating all winter through, at High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics, we also recommend having your duct systems cleaned. From a common sense standpoint, what is the use in pushing warm air through from the furnace if that warm air is passing through a high level of dirt, debris, dander, dust, and countless allergens? When you have duct work that is filled with all or any of these air pollutants, the air coming out of the vents is more than just dirty. It could very well be unhealthy. The air quality of your home really should matter as much as the temperature of the air. Warmth that makes you sick or leaves visible dirt and dust all around the vents and furniture near the vents is not something to overlook. It is hard enough to keep the air in your home feeling and smelling fresh during a cold Rochester winter because you have to keep the windows closed for so much of the season. A simple duct cleaning by High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics can make that air as clean and fresh as possible.
Having duct cleanings as part of your regular heating system maintenance and servicing is about more than air quality. It is also about keeping your heating system running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. When the furnace has to work extra hard to push air through clogged or dirty vents, it naturally puts a strain on the entire system. Duct cleaning can actually go a long way in helping preserve the heating system you have.
It is never too late in the season to call the professionals at High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics to inspect your ducts and help make your home a cleaner and healthier place to spend the winter.