As our short spring draws to a close, Texans are revving up their a/c units for the long summer weather and heat. Along with other spring cleaning, many companies perform annual or seasonal maintenance on their air conditioning units this time of year.
But does your office or building need air duct cleaning this season?
In our next three monthly posts, we’ll tell you about the top three signs of problems that your building engineers or air conditioning technicians should look for when they’re performing typical maintenance like changing the air filters.
GET THE DUST OUT OF YOUR AIR DUCTS!
Overtime, all that dust that has settled into your ductwork builds up. Then when the air conditioner kicks on, the air flow sends the extra dust all the way out of the ductwork and out of the vent, where it lands on your computer screen, your desk, your shelves.
Supply Duct – Before Cleaning
Supply Duct – After Cleaning
When your building engineer or technician is changing out the air filter on your a/c unit, that’s a great time to take a look into the ductwork to see if you have an excess dust problem beginning. You can also watch out for this yourself by watching out for the amount of dust that you’re seeing around your building.