Air Duct Cleaning

Many people suffer from allergies from excessive dust and particulates in the air and need to do something to improve their indoor air quality. We can help.

Prioritize The Health of Your Indoor Environment

Air duct cleaning is becoming more popular as many realize how much cleaning the “lungs” of your building – your air ducts – can improve the indoor air quality. Because your air ducts are used to force air to circulate throughout your property, any contaminants trapped in your ducts are also circulated, leading to unwanted irritation and odors.

As we search for ways to live cleaner and healthier lives, cleaning your air ducts can have a dramatic impact on the health of our indoor environments. 

Alleviate Allergies​

Dust, pollen, dander, and mold spores can all become trapped in your air ducts, worsening your symptoms.

Reduce Dust

The dust in your air ducts is re-distributed throughout your property each time your system runs.

Improve Air Quality

Clean air directly contributes to a healthier indoor environment. Breathe easier and put your mind at ease today.

How Often Should You Clean Your Air Ducts?

When was the last time your air ducts were cleaned? If you answer “never” or “I don’t know” and your home is more than 5 years old, you are probably due for a cleaning! 

Most of us would never consider drinking from a dirty glass, but we don’t think twice about breathing air from dirty air ducts. If you have a pet fish that gets sick, you immediately think of the quality of their environment, but, for some reason, we don’t consider our own environment as quickly when we get sick.

Your air ducts should be cleaned every 5 to 8 years under standard conditions. If you suffer from severe allergies, have pets, or have recently remodeled your home, you may need to clean your air ducts more frequently. Additional factors to consider include how leaky your system is and how much your environment has been subjected to airborne contaminants such as mold growth or fire damage. 

Our certified and professional team can answer any questions you may have about air duct cleaning. Give us a call today!

7 Signs It's Time to Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Say Goodbye to Dirty Air Ducts

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We will schedule an appointment at a time that is convenient for you.

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Expert Help

We follow all industry guidelines to ensure your air ducts are cleaned correctly.

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Relax

Breathe easier knowing your air ducts are clean and your indoor environment is healthier!

How To Select A Professional Air Duct Cleaning Contractor

It’s important to know that not all air duct cleaning companies are the same. In most cases, those offering “budget” air duct cleaning services do not follow industry best practices, leaving your air ducts in the same or worse shape. 

You can protect yourself from getting ripped off by an unscrupulous air duct cleaning company. Any professional air duct cleaning company will follow these guidelines, as outlined by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association: 

  • Place the duct system under negative air pressure while cleaning
  • The agitation device should remove dust and debris from the duct walls and move toward the collection source
  • The branches and trunks should be thoroughly cleaned
  • Access openings should be installed where necessary and sealed according to SMACNA standards
  • The air-side surfaces of the air handler (evaporator coil, heat exchanger, interior of the unit) must be cleaned
  • The registers, diffusers, and grilles must be cleaned
  • No chemicals should be sprayed or fogged for the purpose of killing mold growing in the ducts or unit
  • Documentation should be provided for before and after cleaning

So a contractor showing up with a shop vac and fogger machine is a good sign you are not going to get a quality air duct cleaning job. A HEPA filtered negative air machine hooked up to the ducts and air compressor or cable-driven brushes are necessary to get professional cleaning results.

For a professional air duct cleaning or to learn more about our process, give us a call now!