“Before Construction Begins: 1. Meet with an HVAC contractor to learn the best way to protect your system. 2. Close and cover vents and registers, especially in rooms that will be most impacted by the renovation, to help keep dust and debris out of your ductwork. 3. Contain the dust by hanging plastic tarps or sheets to isolate the work area and keep dust away from the rest of the house.”
Source: <a href="http://www.imperialbeachnewsca.com/online_features/home_improvement/article_6164c2ad-2403-5338-9dd3-47ea94312c0f.html">10 Tips To Protect Your HVAC System During A Renovation</a> by By NAPS, North American Precis Syndicate.
Those who choose engineered hardwood floors will have less of a dust problem, and professional installers will know how to reduce this dust to avoid problems with your HVAC system.
If you would like to know more about hardwood floors Upland homeowners can select from, visit with Denrich Flooring in Upland, CA and ask them about how hardwood floors are installed safely and without harm to your ventilation system.