Eliminate your dirty duct problem with our special cleaning process!
Does someone in your home experience allergies, asthma or respiratory disorders? If so, the cure may be right under your nose in the form of the air you breathe.
Simply put: dirty ducts can make you sick. Really sick. The Department of Consumer Affairs adds that “children and the elderly are especially affected by polluted indoor air.”
Our special “Source Removal” duct cleaning method, approved by the NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association), uses a powerful, specialized vacuum. While the vacuum draws air through your duct system, we insert devices into your ducts to dislodge any debris that might be stuck to the interior surfaces.
Professional Duct Cleaning will:
- Help eliminate odors and dust
- Save money on heating & cooling
You may be a candidate for home air ducts cleaning if:
- Someone in your home smokes
- You have pets
- You notice a musty, stale smell when you start your system at the beginning of the heating or cooling season
- You notice a layer of dust that seems to settle on your furniture right after turning your system on
- When your system kicks on, it seems that it’s blowing a lot less forcefully than it used to
- You use inexpensive fiberglass type filters.
Dirt, pollen, smoke, pet hair, dust mites, even dead skin gets trapped deep inside your ducts. This creates a breeding ground for bacteria. Every time you turn on your system, these contaminants get blown into the air that you and your family breaths.
Both Total Health and Better Health magazines cite that “1 of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to fungi and bacteria in the air duct system.”
Smoke and animal dander doesn’t disappear — it winds up in your duct system.
Most furnaces are only equipped with a throw-away style fiberglass filter. The American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) reports that “most commercially available fiberglass furnace filters are less than 7% efficient.” This allows a tremendous amount of dust to settle into your ductwork.
It might not be your fan…it could be your ducts are becoming clogged. And the harder your system has to work to push more air out, the longer the system has to run to adjust your home’s temperature. The longer your system runs, the more money it costs you.