It’s important to have your air conditioner serviced to make sure it's working the way it should — and you should have it repaired when it's not letting out proper amounts of cold air or is actively emitting hot air. If your air conditioner is failing, you may want to have repairs made to keep the unit in its best condition. However, if your air conditioner is still in its prime or if it's newer, then you should have your HVAC specialist perform another needed task: air conditioner vent cleaning. This may also be referred to as air conditioner vent cleaning and has a lot to do with your air conditioner unit even if it's not to do with your air conditioner unit directly.
Your air conditioner vent cleaning needs can be met in a single day if you have a smaller vent system. Your air conditioner vents and ducts are the routes by which air comes into your home. The vents are the covered duct openings where the air comes into the rooms of your home, and the ducts are the metal pathways that bring air from your AC unit to your home. Here are signs you need to have air conditioner vent cleaning done.
Your vents are smelly
If your air conditioner is in the basement and you have a litter box down there too, guess what? Your air conditioner vents may smell like a litter box when you turn your AC on. Or, your AC vents can be clogged or smelly with animal hair, debris, food particles, and more. If your air conditioner vents are smelly, then this means your heater vents will stink too in the wintertime. Have your HVAC specialist come to your home and inspect your AC vents and ducts to see not only why they stink, but so they know the best way to clean them.
Your allergies act up when your AC is on
If you or someone in the home has allergies, you're going to be affected by dirty vents that are clogged with hair, pollen, and other allergens. Regular cleaning of your air conditioner vents can help prevent allergies from worsening and can give you great results. If you treat your air conditioner vent cleaning seriously, you can continue to have clean vents for years to come. In the end, how often you have your air conditioner vent cleaning done is dependent on many factors, including the health of family members and if you have pets in the home.