Residential Air Duct Cleaning
Your air ventilation system is comprised not only of your air filters and air purifier, but the air ducts that transport the cleaned air throughout your home. If your air filters are clean, but your air still seems to be dirty, you may be due for an air duct cleaning.
Here are some ways to identify whether or not your home’s air ducts are dirty:
- Is there dust buildup on your ceiling fan blades?
- Is there discoloration around your intake or blower vents?
- Do you have pets which shed frequently?
- Have you noticed your pets or children sneezing or coughing frequently?
- Have you recently had any remodeling or construction?
- Do your vents seem to have a weak airflow?
- Has there recently been fire in your home—even a small one?
- Do you notice an increase in dust after using your fireplace?
- Does anyone in your household smoke?
- Does your home have a musty or moldy odor?
- Does anyone in your home suffer from respiratory problems, asthma or allergies?
If you said yes to any of these questions, or if you cannot remember the last time your air ducts were cleaned, your air ducts are most likely dirty. Our technicians can clean and inspect your entire air duct system, assuring you of clean, fresh air every time you breathe.
Air Duct Cleaning Process
Before we clean your air ducts, we will inspect the rest of your air filtration system. Our technicians will:
- Clean register covers to remove cooking oil film, nicotine film, and other dust-collecting substances
- Brush and vacuum your air ducts with professional, high-quality equipment that removes contaminants
- Sanitize the entire HVAC system with an environmentally safe disinfectant commonly used in hospitals and nursing homes
If you do not clean your air ducts, then no amount of air filter changes can ensure that your family is breathing pure, clean air. As the dirty system operates, it will cycle pollen, mold particles, nicotine, animal dander, and other pollutants through itself and back into the air you breathe. Not only is this hazardous to your health, it also threatens to overwhelm your HVAC system over time. When the system has to work harder, it will drive up your energy bills and may eventually break.
Although we provide 24/7 emergency assistance, we would much rather see you during your routine inspection!