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Buffalo, MN, 55313
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(763)445-9630

We are cleaning experts that think differently. We know clean and we keep it green at C & R Carpet Cleaning and Restoration, your local authorities for your home or business on Carpet Cleaning, Air & Duct Cleaning, Water Damage Restoration, Mold Removal & Remediation, Tile & Grout Cleaning, Odor Removal & Air Purification.

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We service the Twin Cities area and most of central Minnesota including St. Cloud!

Including areas such as: Maple Grove, Elk River, Otsego, Rogers, Buffalo, Annandale, Maple Lake, Plymouth, Rockford, Lake Minnetonka, Minnetonka, Hopkins, St. Michael, Albertville, Monticello, Clearwater, Clear Lake, Becker, Big Lake, St. Cloud, Waite Park, and more!

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Top 3 Things To Know About Air Ducts & Furnace Filters

Brook Maier

We all have these questions since dealing with this sort of stuff isn't a daily thing. Here are a few things you should know about when to change your furnace filter, air duct cleaning, and how often each should be done.

  1. How Often Should I Change The Furnace Filter?
    - Rule of thumb, they should for sure be checked and probably changed, every 3 months. 
    - Different factors may affect how often they need to be changed, depending on how many pets you have, time of year and thickness of your filter.
     
  2. How Often Should I Get The Air Ducts Cleaned?
    - This is most common in winter, as people start using their furnace. It is recommended that you get them cleaned every 3-5 years.
     
  3. Why Should I Get My Air Ducts Cleaned?
    - There is substantial visible mold growth inside hard surface (e.g., sheet metal) ducts or on other components of your heating and cooling system. 
    - Ducts are or had been infested with rodents or insects. 
    - Ducts are clogged with dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers. Notice any sneezing o stuffiness when you turn them on? It's time.
    - It is common for new homeowners to do this, not knowing when previous owners had done it and just to be safe.