Spring Cleaning Your Home
Warmer weather is right around the corner, and soon spring will be at your doorstep here in Massachusetts: and we can’t wait for the long, cold winter to be over. It’s that time of year to get down to spring cleaning—which for most people means a thorough cleaning of your home top to bottom, scrubbing floors, and polishing furniture, from the bathroom and kitchen to the bedrooms and basement.
Did you know that the best place to start your spring cleaning is with your HVAC system? Because so much dust can collect around your HVAC system, when you start with cleaning it first, you guarantee cleaner air and less dust circulating throughout your home. Read on to see what you should do to get the most out of your springtime cleaning to-do list.
Dust Your Vents
Your vents are the last stop for air before it enters your living space. When you don’t clean your vents regularly, they develop a buildup of dust and cobwebs, creating all kinds of allergens and pollutants that can enter your home. Taking the time to scrub down all the vents in your home is a worthwhile task that will mean less dust and debris circulating through the air in your home.
Clean around Your Central Unit
After a long, snowy winter, take some time to clean up the space around your central A/C unit. Remove dirt, debris, leaves, pests, and anything else around the unit that collected over the winter. Be sure to call your local HVAC technician at Ken Duval for your annual tune-up to make sure your system is operating at its peak performance. This is the time of the year to get your A/C unit looking like new again, so it can be ready for the warm season.
At Ken Duval, we want to help you make the most of the warm season this year. When you’re ready for your annual tune-up or if you have any questions about spring cleaning when it comes to the air quality in your home, make sure you contact us at Ken Duval.