Furnace Duct Cleaning Minneapolis
Twin Cities Duct Cleaning has over 15 years of experience as a full service heating and cooling contractor, and has been helping homeowners in the Twin Cities area to create a healthier, cleaner indoor air environment.
Your air ducts can become a major source of indoor air pollution. Every time you run your heating and cooling system, airborne contaminants are pulled into the ducts. Over time, these contaminants build up inside the ductwork, creating a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, fungi and other microbes. These contaminants can also significantly decrease the efficiency of your heating or cooling system.
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Our technicians use compressed air to push all the debris down to the main trunk-lines where there is a high vacuum hose inserted to remove all debris in your air ducts. This is a thorough cleaning, especially helpful for people with house dust or house pet allergies.
Twin Cities Duct Cleaning is owned and operated by Residential Heatign & Air, which sells and services residential and commerical furnaces in Minneapolis and St Paul. We carry all name-brand furnace products and parts. Our service technicians are highly skilled in diagnosing, troubleshooting and repairing furnaces of all types. Visit: Furnace Repair Minneapolis for more information.
How long will a furnace last and when to replace it?
A typical furnace or heating system will usually last about 15 years. If your system is older than 15 years and needs repaired it may be time to replace it rather than fight a losing battle. If you will need to spend more than $500-750 dollars to repair the system you will likely be better off replacing it. Any savings of repairing versus replacement will likely be wiped out after just a year or two of heating cost savings from a more efficient furnace.
Why my furnace makes noise?
One possible source of high-pitched noise is the slipping blower belt. If the motor or shaft bearings need oiling, you may also hear the noise. Sources of low-pitched noise include a poorly adjusted pilot light. Low-pitched noise may also be caused by dirty gas burners.
Check for proper belt tension. Belt should depress about 1" at center of span. If too loose, tighten belt. Replace frayed belt. Adjust pilot light Call furnace service technician to have burners adjusted or cleaned. If you still hear noise, call a qualified technician for furnace repair service.