Why Should I Get My Air Ducts Cleaned?
According to the EPA, indoor air quality can be 70 times more polluted than outdoor air. The benefits of a freshly cleaned air duct system include: (1) Cleaner, fresher and healthier air inside of your home or office (2) Home and office furnishings will stay cleaner longer (3) Mechanical units will perform more efficiently when coils and blowers are cleaned which means energy and money savings for you.
Will Your Equipment Damage My Air Ducts?
While our equipment is designed to be aggressive at removing debris from your system, it is also gentle enough that it does not damage your air ducts.
Is The Process Messy?
All of our vacuum equipment is HEPA-filtered to 99.7% so that dirt stays in the machine and out of your home. Our procedures are designed to protect your home and furnishings from dust/dirt and we always leave the home cleaner than when we arrived.
How Long Will It Take To Clean My Air System?
There are a variety of factors that affect the time to clean an air system but a basic cleaning averages between 3 to 4 hours.
Why Clean Your Dryer Vents?
Exhaust airflow provides conditions ripe for a fire. Lint is highly combustible. Lint is also one of the main ingredients in recipes for home-made fire starters.
Proper airflow can decrease drying time, thus decreasing operating costs. It helps the dryer to operate efficiently, which can extend the life of the dryer.
An extra bonus is that clothes will dry at lower temperatures and in less time. This will help to prevent unnecessary wear and tear on clothing, thus extending their life.
Who Needs This Service?
Almost everyone. Especially those homes with dryers located on inside walls or those located in second floor laundry rooms. These centralized locations cause dryers to be vented greater distances, up to or over 50 feet. This can result in lint buildup and other obstructions which can seriously affect the performance of dryers.
Most of the dryer manufacturers recommend annually delinting of the dryer vents, for the dryer to work at its maximum efficiency.