Your indoor air quality should be one of your main concerns as a homeowner. Your heating and cooling system is pumping in the air you breath every day. These ducts should be clean to give you the best breathing air possible.
Your air ducts accumulate dust, dirt, and fur that contaminate the air being pumped into your home. Unhealthy pollutants are circulated five to seven times per day through your vents and ducts. This can spur allergies and even asthma for some. Air duct cleaning can also help save energy used for heating and cooling in a home.
The contaminants can cause the system to work harder and therefore shorten the life of your heating or cooling system. Our team prides ourselves on quality work and honest jobs. We are certified air duct cleaning professionals and use state of the art equipment to ensure all dust and debris are taken out of your home.
- Removes harmful bacteria, dust, dander, pollen, and other contaminates
- Reduces symptoms of asthma and allergies
- Improves your heating and cooling system
- Can make your HVAC system more efficient
- Produces clean breathing air through your home
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association suggests a home has its ducts cleaned every three to five years. While this is the recommended timeframe, there are some obvious signs that hint your ducts need to be cleaned. Dust build up around the outside of vents, excessive debris around the filter area, thick dirt in your ducts, bursts of dust blowing out when the furnace is turned on, and mold smell present in the vents are all tell tale signs you should get your ducts cleaned out. Moving into a new home, or following a remodel are great times to also get a duct cleaning in your house, as these instances can increase the debris built up in the vents.
Having pets or chemical irritants in the house both create more contaminates in your ducts, and therefore you may need to have your ducts cleaned more often. Our expert duct cleaning can help remove scents from pets or rodent infestation that may be lingering in your home. By removing the dander and fur of pets from your ducts, you can keep both your family and your furry loved ones healthy.
Dryer ducts are another item you should clean in your home each year. If there is a lot of laundry done, sometimes it is necessary to clean them more than once a year. These should be inspected by a professional to reduce the risk of fires and other harmful contamination that happens when the lint builds up in your dryer duct system.