Cleaning the ductwork system

Spring is on the way and we are planning on cleaning the house from top to bottom.

It isn’t actually a house but more of a flat, or like they call it in the states an apartment.

We live in a three story building, which is like most of the other buildings in our town, except for a few of them which are up to six or seven stories tall. A lot of the buildings are older here and require updating and maintenance. Our building is about ten years old now and we will be cleaning the ducts in our main unit soon. The process of cleaning them is not so easy, so we will explain it a bit more. Cleaning the ductwork in a central HVAC system is a crucial task that helps to improve air quality, increase energy efficiency, and extend the life of the system. The following is a step-by-step guide on how to clean the ductwork: Turn off the HVAC system: Before cleaning the ductwork, it’s essential to turn off the HVAC system to prevent any potential hazards. Locate the ducts: The ductwork is usually located in the attic, basement, or crawl space. Locate the ducts and determine the best way to access them. Clean the vents and then the ducts: Use a vacuum or a soft brush to clean the vents, grilles, and registers. Be sure to detach the vents from the ducts to clean them thoroughly. Inspect the ducts: Check the ducts for any holes, cracks, or loose connections. Seal any holes or cracks to prevent any leaks. Good luck and hire a professional HVAC tech if you aren’t 100% sure of doing it yourself.


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