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The condition of your air ducts can have a big impact on your home, particularly its indoor air quality. Dirty air ducts obviously pose health hazards, especially if you have allergies or a respiratory condition. In addition, they can disrupt the flow of air through your HVAC system and cause clogging.

Here Stone Heating and Air, one of the top air conditioning companies, shares tips on how you can keep your air ducts clean for longer periods.

Change Your Air Filter Regularly

Air filters are on the front line of defense against airborne particles. That said, it’s very important to ensure that there’s no dirt buildup in this part of your HVAC system. Typically, air filters need to be replaced every one to three months. Don’t worry about doing this task on your own, because installing air filters is pretty easy. If you’re not comfortable doing this job yourself, however, you can always hire a professional to help you.

Install an Indoor Air Quality System

HVAC companies may also suggest installing an indoor air quality system, which is a powerful addition that protects your air conditioning and your health. It gets rid of several of the most common contaminants in the air so that they won’t spread throughout your home or collect inside your ductwork. These contaminants include dust, pollen, dander, hair, germs and infectious agents and chemical gases and odors.

Dust & Vacuum Frequently

Work shouldn’t just be done in your HVAC system: you should also put some effort into keeping your home environment clean. The more often you dust and vacuum your surroundings, the less likely it is that dust will get pulled into your ductwork.

Stone Heating and Air is one of the best home heating companies and air conditioning experts in the area. With several years of industry experience, we can ensure high-quality workmanship for every project we handle. Call us at (541) 855-5521 or fill out our contact form to request an appointment.