The main reason why residential homes should have their ducts cleaned is because they accumulate dust! This accumulation can be the cause of a multitude of problems, including an increased need for dusting, poor heating and cooling performance, and musty odors through your home. While normal, repeated cycling of dust in a home can increase the need for air duct cleaning, other factors may push the air duct cleaning timetable forward even more, including:
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has listed poor indoor air quality as America’s fourth-largest environmental threat. Some occupants are more sensitive to the contaminants within a residential HVAC system than others, so having a proper air duct cleaning performed to alleviate this issue is important.
We offer air duct cleaning services that meets both the needs of quality and budget for clients:
Clean Return Air Ductwork, Clean Supply Ductwork, Remove, Clean and Reset Supply Registers Return Air Grilles, Access Main trunk lines then after cleaning to be sealed.
Clean Return and Supply Duct work Remove Clean and Reset Supply Registers Return Air Grilles, Clean Supply Air Plenum Return Air Plenum, Clean Air stream Side of Heat Exchanger Clean Blower Motor, Evaporator Coil, Drain and Pan.
One of the most popular questions our customers ask when they begin researching the air duct cleaning process is how to determine whether the vents need cleaning. There are very simple ways to do this: using a screwdriver, remove a floor or wall register. With a mirror and flashlight, observe the condition of the ductwork. If you see that the vent contains any visible dust or debris, it is time to get the ducts taken care of. This process can also be done with a digital camera.