I have to say that I was completely blown away by ductwork cleaning.
And I’m not a guy who is easily blown away.
But for sure, I am super impressed with the results of ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing. This is for sure. I guess I really just didn’t know much at all about ductwork cleaning or ductwork resealing. Okay, I knew nothing about them. I just figured that the HVAC air ducts were clean since there was nothing but air going through them. But that sort of discounts the effects of gravity on the HVAC ductwork doesn’t it? That’s the part that I didn’t factor in. Between the effects of gravity and the settling of our house, the air ducts develop gaps in between them. This allows in dust and debris which then ends up in the ductwork. Thankfully, we didn’t have any moisture in there or we’d have been looking at a situation with mold and mildew being blown through the house. What we did encounter was a bunch of dusty debris that had ended up just rolling around in the air ducts and occasionally getting spit out the air duts. And the gaps in the ductwork were also no good for the efficiency of the HVAC equipment. It makes sense considering all the HVAC treated air that leaks out of those gaps. That just ends up making for more demand and more time the HVAC unit has to work. We turbo charged our spring cleaning this year with the ductwork cleaning and ductwork resealing. And again, I’m just blown away by the results.