Air Ducts & Dryer Vent Cleaning

Since the ventilation system is often the biggest culprit in poor indoor air quality, inspecting the ductwork should be the first order of business. Most homeowners have no idea what goes on inside their home’s air ducts. But the fact is, they can become littered with years of accumulated dirt, debris and allergens like pollen, dust and pet dander. Having a clean HVAC system and ductwork can potentially extend the life span of the equipment by allowing it to operate at peak condition, saving you money. In circumstances such as after a fire, smoke, or suspected mold damage, duct cleaning is important in the cleanup process.

Industry standards recommend that you have your air ducts inspected every 2 years for cleanliness, and have them cleaned, on average, every 5-7 years. Of course, this will vary with the conditions in
your home.

By having your air ducts cleaned regularly, you’ll help improve the indoor air quality in your home, and enhance the efficiency of your heating/cooling system, which may reduce energy bills.

Our technicians use one of the most powerful and effective air duct cleaning systems on the market today

Air Duct Cleaning System

Our courteous, insured, professionally trained technicians use the following process:
1. Our technicians thoroughly pre-inspect your home’s air duct system. You will be informed of the air duct cleaning services needed, and the cost of such service, before any service will be performed.

2. Our technicians clean all registers/ grilles, and the entire air duct system using a powerful vacuum along with specialized tools.
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4. As needed, areas will be zoned off to ensure that the entire system is cleaned properly.

5. All dirt and debris is removed to our containment system.

6. Our experienced technicians will put the air duct system back together and clean up any remaining debris in the work area.

Air filter replacement, Is available for an additional charge.

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