Real Estate Chimney Inspections Before Bying or Selling a Home - Atlanta GA - Old Hat Chimney Service
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One of the most routine tasks to keep an HVAC system working properly is changing the air filter. The fibrous materials in an air filter remove airborne particles like pollen, mould, dust particles, bacteria, and other potential allergens from the air. A clean air filter is essential for air to effectively flow from the unit’s opening. A filthy and clogged filter prevents the unit from functioning properly and will probably increase hydro usage.
When it comes to maintaining your furnace, a clean air filter is the first place to start. Your air filter is designed to filter dust, allergens, and other particles out of the air and trap them. Your furnace system draws air in from the home, through the return air sections of the ductwork. This creates proper air circulation throughout rooms in the home and generates air to flow through the furnace to supply warm or cool air. #FurnaceCleaningOttawa
Duct has been serving Ontario for over a decade. Duct cleaning for homeowners and commercial clients is our speciality, and we are committed to providing healthy air for our clients to breathe in their workplaces and residences.
Too much, too little, or outdated insulation are some regular concerns when performing a home renovation. At Dr. Duct, we offer professional, safe, and affordable removal of attic insulation. We safely and responsibly remove insulation contaminated by moisture, asbestos, rodents, birds, or other animals. Call today for a free estimate! #InsulationRemovalOttawa
Some dryer problems can be managed by do-it-yourself fixes using a few basic tools and some technical knowledge. With a screwdriver, a ratchet set, and a multimeter (or continuity tester) you might be able to handle some small repairs.
Some business owners may wonder why the #OfficeVentilationSystem needs regular attention. With the weekly costs of housekeeping, utilities, and day-to-day business, duct cleaning could seem like an extravagance.
Current Ontario building codes require duct sealant to be applied at time of installation; unfortunately this leaves many homes with existing ductwork only partly or completely un-sealed. In a typical house, with an un-sealed duct system, about 20 to 30 percent of the air is lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts. This will cause your system to run longer and more often than necessary, resulting in higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable.
There are a few signs of a dirty chimney that shouldn’t be ignored, because it’s best to have your chimney cleaned before problems arise. When your chimney cries for help, it may provide some signs: