Dirty air got you down? Indoor air quality got you feeling a bit under the weather? You likely have never had your ventilation and ducts system cleaned. A duct cleaning can significantly reduce the dust and allergens in your house. Unless you just built your home it’s likely that dust and dirt particles are lining the inside of your ductwork. If you’ve performed home improvements or had recently had any sort of disaster in your home you could greatly benefit from duct cleaning services. Our duct cleaning services will help remove the particles and dust that have built up in your home’s ductwork and will improve air quality and flow. Contact us for an inspection, to give you peace of mind once again.
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Contact us today to get a quote for your professional air duct cleaning services. Our pros can service both your residential or business locations. Call without any obligations and let us know what we can do for you. Let’s help you return your air quality back to normal again. Returning your ventilation to normal levels will not only improve health, but will save costs too.
Why Clean Your Ducts?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 20 to 30 percent of all homes in the United States have never had a duct cleaning. Duct cleaning can help remove dust and debris from your vents, reducing build-up and improving your air quality. It’s also possible for you or your family to be at risk from the accumulated dust inside your vents.
The EPA also suggests that you have your ducts cleaned if:
Duct and vent cleaning is not just for people with respiratory problems. Anyone who wants to improve their indoor air quality can benefit from duct and vent cleaning.
Studies show when your ducts are cleaned, the amount of dust trapped in your home decreases. This decrease could result in fewer allergy symptoms for you and your family. It also means a lower risk of exposure to harmful pollutants that may be in the air.
In addition to cleaning ducts, the EPA suggests cleaning dryer vents too.
Dryer vents are vented using a series of pipes surrounded by sheet metal, which directs airflow outside of a home or building. Clothes dryers generally produce large amounts of moisture, and this moisture must be removed from the air during the drying process to prevent mold growth inside a duct. Closing vents for long periods of time can also increase the risk for mold growth in some areas due to reduced ventilation.
Creosote and other hazardous particulates often build up inside dryer vents over time from incomplete combustion of wood or fossil fuels.