New Construction or Remodel
Besides just being a mess, construction dust is irritating to breathe in, and creates air flow restrictions that lead to inefficient, and ineffective heating and cooling. Construction dust also infiltrates the motor of your furnace and eats away at the bearings inside of the blower fan assembly causing breakdowns. Bee’s has your solution.
Imagine you built this beautiful new home and you can’t wait to move in…The long awaited closing has finally arrived and you start moving all your new furniture in but within hours it is covered in dust. Not all newly built homes are shiny and clean.
When purchasing a newly constructed home, homeowners assume all the appliances and electrical and mechanical systems will be working as they should because they’re brand new. However, with most newly built houses, that may not be the case. If builders don’t take proper steps to cover ducts during construction, debris can get in your air ducts and cause issues for your HVAC system.
New homes are perhaps the best candidates for a thorough cleaning of the HVAC system. Normally a new home HVAC system is installed before insulation, drywall, flooring and many other dust and dirt generators. With most new homes, the ducts will accumulate more construction debris than they will see during the rest of their lifespan, especially drywall dust and sawdust.
Have you recently finished a remodel?
Construction dust, especially drywall dust is very fine, and your furnace filter does not do much to stop it from circulating through the system. When drywall dust gets in your furnace, it can quickly clog the secondary coil, infiltrate the motor and eat away at the bearings inside of the blower fan assembly.
Cleaning the air ducts in your home after a remodel will drastically reduce the amount of dust in your home. Drywall dust in particular is extremely irritating to breathe, so you will likely find that breathing and sleeping after a duct cleaning is easier, with less coughing and sneezing.