Why Do I Get So Much Dust In My Home?

Dust at home

Posted: December 19, 2019

If you have a forced air furnace, the warm air that it circulates around your home gets delivered through the ductwork.

You may not think about your duct system too much because most of it is hidden behind walls If you’ve never had the condition of your ductwork inspected, you should.

Research has shown that the leading indoor air quality (IAQ) concern for homeowners is excessive dust. Other worries revolve around the presence of airborne allergens, viruses/bacteria and mold/mildew.

In most cases, all of these problems can be traced to leaky ductwork. If you have a leak, your return ductwork (which takes the air inside your home back to your heating or cooling system) will draw air from places like garages, attics and crawl spaces.

Leaky Ducts Can Cause:

One symptom of leaking ducts is a whistling noise because the airflow is not balanced.

Contact us for a FREE duct leakage inspection

We can do a thorough inspection of your duct system to identify problem areas. We can then seal any leaks we find with Aeroseal, a proven method to stop ducts from leaking and ensure a healthier environment for your home. Read more.

Besides gaining significant energy savings, a well-sealed duct system will result in a more comfortable home. Well-sealed ductwork reduces allergens by ensuring that all conditioned air passes through filters. Sealed ducts also improve air circulation so temperatures are more even. Uneven temperatures are the most common complaint in homes where there are significant duct leaks!

Please contact us today to request your free duct leakage inspection.