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Air Duct/ Dryer Vent Cleaning

Air Duct/ Dryer Vent Cleaning

Breathe easy. Allow us to clear the air.

Chances are you don’t give much thought to your homes air ducts or what may be lurking behind the vent covers. However, dirty ducts may be negatively affecting your health.

U.S. Environmental protection agency (EPA) studies have found that indoor air may be two to five times – and occasionally more than 100 times – more polluted than outdoor air! Indoor air pollutants can cause immediate and long term health problems. Considering that the average American spends 90% of their time indoors, improving indoor air quality is vital. One way to improve a home’s indoor air quality is to keep the air ducts clean.

Air Duct/ Dryer Vent Cleaning

The cleaning process

At ServiceMaster Quality Cleaning our standard for air duct cleaning starts by utilizing processes approved by NADCA (National air duct cleaning association). The ability to clean with equipment and training that exceeds these standards is what sets up apart.
Before cleaning we inspect your HVAC system, noting any problem areas and verify the number of openings to be cleaned.
We connect an extraction unit that best suits the needs of vacuuming dust and debris from your HVAC system.
Agitation tools are used to dislodge debris from the duct walls and pushes them towards our HEPA filtered extraction unit.
Compressed air is then blown through the air duct to remove remaining dust particles.
Areas of cleaning are vacuumed with the HEPA-filtration. This always includes vent covers and the furnace unit.
Upon completion, our technicians place everything back in its original location, answer any questions and make sure you are satisfied with the job.

FAQ’S

How often should I have my ducts cleaned?
We recommend cleaning every three to five years. This can vary due to several factors such as inadequate house cleaning, remodeling projects, ect.
Are there any health benefits with getting your ducts cleaned?
HVAC systems can have a variety of contaminants that can affect health. This includes bacteria, mold, and fungi. Even the dust can cause respiratory problems in some individuals. Having your system cleaned can definitely improve the indoor air quality of your home.
Will duct cleaning help reduce our energy bills?
EPA research has shown that duct cleaning can allow systems to run more effectively. Cleaned systems are less likely to break down, have longer life spans, and operate more effectively than dirty systems.
Where can I find more information about duct cleaning?
NACDA is a non-for-profit association that serves the duct cleaning industry. Their website at nadca.com has plenty of duct cleaning information..