Running a home or business is a lot of work, and it can be hard to keep track of all the minutiae such as when the last time was that you changed your HVAC filter. Here at Twin Cities Clean Air, we offer lifetime services to keep the air in your home or office fresh and clean, year-round.
Maintenance is a part of life. Every item you buy, you must maintain in order to get your money’s worth. Organizing experts say that remembering this before you buy anything helps cut down on clutter and wasted time. But heating and air conditioning is considered a basic necessity of life here in Minneapolis and St. Paul. So love it or hate it, you must maintain your equipment.
As part of its lifetime services, Twin Cities Clean Air cleans your A/C coils and blower motor annually. These two services are important in keeping your air conditioner running smoothly, and in keeping the air in your home clean and clear.
We also provide annual air duct and dryer vent cleaning. Your HVAC system sucks fresh air in from the outside, either warms or cools it, then blasts it through your home. If your air ducts haven’t been cleaned in a while, dust, dirt, pollen and more is blown through your Minnesota or St. Paul home or office every time your equipment turns on.
The more you use your clothes dryer, the more lint gets lodged in the aluminum vent. These flexible vents are notoriously constructed so that they are full of grooves, which trap the lint and hold onto it, creating a fire hazard. It’s important to get your dryer vent professionally cleaned at least once per year — more often if you use it frequently. Allowing lint to build up is taking a chance with your appliance, your home and even your lives.
As part of our lifetime services offering, we provide a reusable electrostatic HVAC filter. Most homes and businesses use disposable fiberglass filters for their HVAC systems. Experts recommend you change these about once a month. They work to help trap dust and dirt coming into your system — before it gets into your home or office.
Electrostatic filters are clearly superior, however. First, they are reusable, so they help you save money. You just take them out, hose them off, let them dry and slide them back in. This is more than just convenient — it helps save the environment by cutting down on disposable filters in the landfills.
Further, the electrostatic component of the filter works to actually draw dust and dirt to the filter. Electrostatic filters just do a better job.
Give yourself permission to invest your energies in pursuits you enjoy instead of maintaining the air quality in your home or office. Call Twin Cities Clean Air today, and set up lifetime services.