Air Duct Cleaning
According to the EPA, dust in your ventilation systems can lead to your indoor air quality being 70 to 100 times more polluted than outdoors. Contaminants that can find their way into your ductwork are: bacteria, chemical residue, dust, mildew, pollen, viruses, and other airborne contaminants.
Americans spend 90% of their time indoors (American Lung Association). Allergies, asthma, respiratory illnesses, or even frequent cold symptoms could be the result of a dirty duct system. Have you had your air ducts cleaned recently? If not schedule a cleaning today!
Air Duct Cleaning Inspection
A successful air duct cleaning requires an air duct inspection. Our air duct cleaning inspection determines if cleaning is needed and to what extent. An air duct leakage test is a foundational step for proper air duct cleaning.
We report back to you before moving forward with a cleaning. The air duct cleaning inspection ensures your air ducts are properly cleaned. Dirty ducts can cost you in additional repair, maintenance, and early replacement of air conditioning and heating system.
How To Clean Air Ducts
Clean & healthy air quality require air duct cleaning. Our air duct cleaning take advantage proper cleaning methods that include an anti-bacterial coating. We use patented equipment to ensure every part of your duct system is cleaned properly. All contaminants collected are disposed of safely.
We use an EPA registered biocide fog agent to destroy bacteria, germs, mold, and mildew spores. A sealant and an odor kill deodorizer is also applied. Before the air duct cleaning is finished, your filters will be replaced and the registers and the blower unit will be cleaned.