Lowe's Air Duct in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. It was named after the indigenous population, the Massachusett, roughly translated as “near the great hill”. The capital city of Massachusetts state is Boston, commonly known as the Cradle of Liberty for the role it played in the events that led to the American Revolution.

How does the climate of Massachusetts affect HVAC performance?

The climate of Massachusetts is mainly a humid continental climate, with warm summers and cold, snowy winters. In summer, between June and August, temperatures in the state reach average highs of 82°F (27°C), while in winter, between December and February, the average low temperature is 16°F (-8°C). Massachusetts receives about 50 inches (1016 mm) of rain annually, evenly distributed throughout the year, but slightly wetter during the winter.

The weather in Massachusetts can be unpredictable and extreme. Thunderstorms are not uncommon in summer, snowstorms happen every year, while the tornado, in average, hits once a year. Also, like the entire United States eastern seaboard, Massachusetts is vulnerable to hurricanes. Although, it usually subsides to a tropical storm, Massachusetts has been hit heavily by the hurricane three times since 1851. When it comes to your HVAC upkeep, Lowe’s Air Duct warns you to turn it off during the time of extreme weather. If the HVAC system stays on, it is likely to suffer fatal and permanent damage.

Summers are warm in Massachusetts and, from time to time, with extremely high temperature. For that reason, almost every Massachusetts household has the HVAC system installed. However, in order for it to be fully operational, Lowe’s Air Duct suggests regular, basic maintenance and checkups. For example, video camera inspection, that is one of our most popular services, can show number of problems that your HVAC is experiencing.

Besides from being warm, summers in Massachusetts are often humid. When the humidity is high, your HVAC must work harder in order to achieve desired temperature. If the air vents are clogged and dirty, your HVAC will not remove the proper amount of heat and moisture from a living area. Moreover, this problem will reflect on your energy bill. For that reasons, Lowe’s Air Duct advises you to have your HVAC regularly cleaned and sanitized.

Winters in Massachusetts are cold, snowy and stormy. During the winter months, Massachusetts is often hit with storms called “‘nor’easters”. Also, it is not uncommon for Massachusetts to experience heavy snowstorms. The City of Boston’s greatest snowstorm was the Blizzard of February 6 – 7, 1978 with 27.1 inches, while the heaviest 24 hour storm was the “April Fools’ Day” storm of 1997, when 25.4 inches was recorded. Once again, Lowe’s Air Duct asserts that, when the snowstorm hits, it is advisable to turn your HVAC off in order to prevent any potential damage.

Air quality in Massachusetts

In general, air quality in Massachusetts is good and there is no significant air pollution. However, it was recently noted that the indoor air quality could be disturbingly lower than the air quality outdoors. In order to keep your home clean and your family healthy, Lowe’s Air Duct advises you to regularly change air filters and keep your ventilation system clean.

Where do we operate?

Lowe’s Air duct cleaning, every technician’s goal is to make your home healthy, clean and comfortable. What makes us a professional is an attention to details, expensive and best quality equipment we use, great respect for customer’s home.

We have offices in eight states of our country: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, D.C. (District of Columbia), Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Florida.

If you live in Massachusetts, give us a call for the best quality services at affordable flat rate prices. No hidden fees no supprised charges. We are serving:

Our goal is to create perfectly healthy living environment

HVAC Certified

Lowe’s Air Duct Cleaning Service technicians are HVAC certified to carry out air duct & dryer vent cleaning process, which guarantees that the cleaning service will not only clean but also restore the integrity of your duct-work.

Furthermore, Lowe’s technicians are HVAC Certified with high level of expertise to guarantee that your HVAC system is cleaned properly to assure high indoor air quality, which is essential for healthy living environment.

Please note that we do NOT use subcontractors. All of our technicians are in-house, highly skilled and trained in Air Duct and Dryer Vent cleaning process.

For more question please call us at: 1-888-666-3160.