Air Duct Cleaning
Will my house be less dusty, after you clean the air ducts?
Yes, the inside of your duct work is the equivalent of an extra room in your home that never gets dusted or vacuumed. When the furnace or air conditioner fan turns on, dust from the duct work gets churned up and blown into the rooms of your home.
Will air duct cleaning help my allergies?
Many people are allergic to dust mite waste. Dust mites feed on debris found in duct work. Remove the debris and you remove their food. Also, by greatly reducing particulate debris in your ducts, there are less dust particles and potential allergens in the air to aggravate those with respiratory illnesses.
I live in a new home. Do I still need your service?
Absolutely! Up to 50% of air duct system cleaning is done in homes that are less than five years old. During construction, the duct work is wide open and the air handler is running many times without a filter. During this time, construction debris such as pieces of plaster, drywall, wood, dust, insects and insulation, are accumulated in the duct work
Will your equipment work in my air ducts?
The equipment we use to clean the air ducts is effective in all types of air duct construction, including flex duct, round metal ducts, square metal ducts and fiberboard. It can easily accommodate right angle turns and multiple bends found in most types of duct system.
Do you know how clean the air in your home is? Without inspection and cleaning, your air duct system could be contaminated with particulates that can be harmful to your overall health! Over several years the Environmental Protection Agency has ranked indoor air pollution as one of the top 5 environmental risks to public health. Dirt and dust, dust mites, pet hair and dander and rodent feces are just a few things that can be inside your air ducts and circulating through your home in the air you breathe. If you have young children, asthma and/or allergy sufferers or elderly family members inside your home clean indoor air should be a top concern! 87% of American homeowners are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their homes than outdoors, are you part of that percentage?
How to improve your indoor air!
- Improve ventilation- make sure your duct system is properly sealed! Leaky duct work pulls air from all over, potentially bringing in more contaminants.
- Make sure your air filter is clean- A dirty air filter not only makes your system work harder it also can’t block out the contaminants from getting into your system
- Cut back on the air contaminants- Avoid harsh chemical air fresheners and cleaning products!
- Clean your ducts- Air duct cleaning is one of the fastest ways to improve the air in your home. With our brush and vacuum machine we scrub your duct work clean- leaving no harmful contaminants behind.