Fall Cleaning Tips with Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning Published on October 03, 2016 We’re sure you spend March, April, and May spring cleaning, but have you ever thought about fall cleaning? There are many items you need to make sure you deep clean repeatedly through the year, but there is some specialty cleaning that comes with fall. Since this season commonly arrives with cold and flu season, you want to make sure the air your family is breathing is also clean. Take a look at this fall cleaning check-list from Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. Duct Cleaning The majority of the indoor air in your home arrives through your ductwork, which is a piece of your HVAC system. Since pollutants, mildew, and bacteria can dirty up your ducts, along with dust and dirt, it’s crucial to have your air ducts examined and cleaned routinely. Set-up your seasonal heating tune-up while you’re at it, to make sure your heating and air conditioning system is functioning efficiently, and have your air filter replaced to help be confident you’re breathing the healthiest air possible. Vacuum To help maintain healthy indoor air, start vacuuming, and not just your carpets. Vacuum your furniture, drapes, counters, and everything else your little engine that could can reach. Vacuuming helps decrease allergic reactions because you’re actually sucking up those floating allergens. Some medical professionals even recommend vacuuming daily for kids who have more critical allergies. Dust Fall and winter times are all about indoor health, especially since lower temperatures keep us inside for several months. Help keep your home’s indoor air healthy by dusting your shelving, windowsills, baseboards, and even the top of your cabinets. Dusting isn’t just to help keep your family breathing safe air, it also helps make sure your home is clean and ready to go when it’s finally time to get out your holiday décor. Declutter You might have done this in the spring, but now it’s time to pull out those fall jackets and get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or you no longer wear. Fall is the best time to clean out those closets because nonprofits are often collecting donations for warmer apparel. Go through your coats, sweatshirts, winter hats, and even your winter boots and donate any gently used articles to your closest shelter. Yard CleaningDon’t skip the yard! You spent your summer enjoying the backyard but now it’s time to clean out the gutters, power wash the patio furniture, collect the leaves, and do one more mow. Also, empty out your hoses and store them properly to prevent having any water left in to freeze during the extreme temperatures. Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is here to make sure your heating system is prepared to keep you warm all winter long. Call 801-871-8425 today to learn about our discounts on precision tune-ups. Have a fabulous fall!