The air inside your Peachtree City, Georgia, home travels through your HVAC system’s ductwork numerous times a day. Your ducts are essential for keeping you and your family comfortable, but they may need a professional cleaning occasionally. Regular duct cleaning can help you improve your indoor air quality, save energy, and increase comfort.

Better Indoor Air Quality

Along with changing your system’s air filter regularly, duct cleaning removes contaminants such as pollen, dirt, dust, and biological growth. These substances can cause allergy or asthma symptoms, fatigue, headaches, nausea, rashes, eye irritation, or other health problems. You could also notice more dust on your floors and furniture, prior to cleaning.

Energy Savings

Duct cleaning can help you save power and lower your utility bills. Obstructions such as dust, dirt, cobwebs, and pest droppings reduce your HVAC system’s airflow. They also force it to work harder to get conditioned air to all the rooms in your home. Since a system with clean ducts won’t have to work as hard, it will last longer. Contaminants from your ductwork won’t be able to damage essential parts. Duct cleaning pays for itself over time through energy savings, and it can help prevent inconvenient and expensive breakdowns.


When you have your ducts cleaned, a professional will check your ductwork for leaks, gaps, rust, and other problems. Then, you can keep conditioned air from escaping before it reaches its destination. You and your family won’t have to deal with warm areas, drafts, or strange noises from loose ducts or debris. You’ll also be able to eliminate spiders, roaches, dust mites, and other pests.

Trinity Air Inc. Heating & Air Conditioning has over 20 years of HVAC experience. We can help you clean, maintain, and repair your ductwork, along with a variety of heating and cooling equipment and accessories. Call us anytime at (770) 285-1990 for help and more information from our honest, skilled professionals.

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