Air Duct, Dryer Vent & Exhaust Fan Cleaning Services
Your home air quality is a high priority health concern, affecting your breathing and respiratory system.
Your home environment may contains high levels of dust, animal dander or other particles which can result in a number of personal health hazards like Asthma, Sinusitis, and allergic respiratory disease. If your home or work place has high levels of dust, debris, mold or odors you may want to think about having your ducts cleaned. By cleaning out your Air conditioning/Heating System you will ensure the highest possible indoor air quality.
There are two main methods employed to clean your duct work. One is known as negative air pressure cleaning, the second method is pressurized air contact cleaning. Negative air pressure is performed using a powerful vacuum that is connected to the main trunk line of your duct system inside your home. Pressurized air and a brush attachment are then used to direct all dirt and debris to the negative air HEPA machine attached to the system. This process is performed on each vent line in the home.
Is essential for removing the lint build-up within your dryer vent. This build-up is a known fire hazard and should be cleaned out professionally at least once per year. A pressurized air and brush attachment are utilized for this process along with a shop vacuum to clean up the debris. Exhaust fan cleaning is performed much of the same way. These systems should be cleaned out to maintain maximum performance of the exhaust fan system.
It’s proven that removal of all contaminants from the entire HVAC system is the most effective way to eliminate indoor air pollution. Air duct cleaning will also help you maintain a dust free home. Further, duct cleaning will help restore your air duct system capacity which will ensure a much better airflow to each area of the home and at the same time save money on your electricity bills.
A Dirty and Dusty furnace is a health problem that can affect your family in several ways. Allergies, asthma, flew symptoms, sneezing, itchy eyes, running nose and more. These symptoms are caused by dirty air flowing through your house.
Is vital to keeping it operating efficiently as well cleaning the drain pipes and pans, coils, blower and connection boxes. Cleaning these components will assure your air ducts system is free from dust, debris, mold or allergens.
HVAC system cleaning is an important first steps to assure the pulmonary health of your family. By cleaning your vents you prevent costly repairs of the HVAC system.
According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) the air inside your home or office may be up to 10 times more polluted than the air outside. Asthma and allergy rates have increased 74% since 1980 at least 50-60 million U.S residents suffering from seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) or asthma. One out of six people who suffer from allergies can trace the cause to fungi and bacteria in the air duct systems.
Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other contaminants are pulled and vacuumed in to your air duct system every time that your air condition runs. In time this contaminants build up inside your air vents system to become a perfect breeding ground for bacteria and fungi. So…when the system is turned on these contaminants are pushed out and circulate inside your home polluting the indoor air quality.