The air inside your home is full of tiny particles like dust, pollen, and pet dander. When your central heating system sucks in air, it sucks up airborne particles as well. Over time, these contaminants can build up inside ducts, reducing airflow and recirculating stale air back into your living space.



Ventilation and air ducts therefore require proper cleaning and maintenance to function to their full potential, and keeping the ducts free of dust and debris can also help lower your energy bill and improve the quality of the ductwork. the air in your house.

Clean the ducts to ensure good air quality

The air that passes through the ventilation ducts is the same that your family breathes every day. If not maintained, ventilation ducts can harbor allergens like pollen and animal dander, which can return to your living space through registers. While these particles are not necessarily a health hazard, they can cause problems for people with asthma, allergies, or other breathing problems. Cleaning your air ducts by MST Enterprises will help improve air quality and keep your air free of airborne particles.

Clean the ducts to protect your heating system

A heating system with dirty ventilation ducts can cause clogging of system components, which can lead to costly repairs. Cleaning the ducts will extend the life of your heating and air conditioning system.

Clean the ducts to increase the efficiency of your system

Dust and debris restrict the flow of air to and from the components of your heating and air conditioning system. When ducts are clogged, your heating or air conditioning system must use more energy to do its job properly. Having the ducts cleaned regularly will ensure that your heating and air conditioning units can operate at maximum efficiency, which in the end will save you money on your bills.

The importance of maintaining your heat pump

When your air conditioning is idling and giving off a little unpleasant odor, it is usually a sign of a lack of maintenance of your heat pump or air conditioner.Did you know that the performance of a heat pump can be reduced by up to 50% when it is not maintained?If you don’t take care of your equipment, you may increase your power consumption and cause your unit to wear out prematurely.

Systematic maintenance prolongs the life of the device while optimizing its performance. To help you maintain your heat pump, we’ve created a list of the steps to follow to clean it and shared some useful information.

Cleaning the indoor unit

A heat pump is a device that can be used as both an air conditioner and a heater. It can therefore serve you throughout the year. Regular maintenance of your unit optimizes its performance. In order to clean the indoor unit, we will use a specialized solution to remove dust, mold and fungi that are inside the unit and clean the pipes, air outlets, intake vents, etc.

Cleaning the filters is included in the maintenance of the indoor unit. The bulk of the filters puts additional pressure on the blower motor, causing the heat pump to work harder than necessary.

Maintenance of the outdoor unit

Two maintenance is done for cleaning the outdoor unit of the wall-mounted heat pump or the air conditioner: that of the outdoor coil and the condenser (also called the box). We will wash the coil using a low-intensity garden hose.

During the fall and winter, waste may have infiltrated the box, which can affect the performance of the heat pump. We will therefore remove any debris. During the process our team will also validate the gas pressures to ensure good continuity until the next maintenance.

What time of year should we do maintenance on our heat pump?

Every year, you must have your heat pump inspected. Maintenance is usually done in the fall. But regular cleaning will help keep your heating and air conditioning system longer while guaranteeing good, efficient and optimal performance. In addition, it is recommended to change the filters by one inch every month. The 4 inch filters and the 6 inch filters can be changed twice a year. What you must remember. In summary, and to ensure proper maintenance of your heat pump, you will need to monitor: the filters The control circuit The condition of the compressors, the valve and the condenser The fluid pressure reading outlet The pipes should be cleaned in order to reduce the amount of pollutants and other allergens in the air. The fans should be cleaned, lubricated and adjusted regularly.




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