Air Duct Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Commercial Services

Air Duct Cleaning

Why do you need to clean your air ducts often? The benefits of cleaning your home or business’ air ducts is more than just improved health and fresher, clean air. Increased air flow and better efficiency of your HVAC system are benefits that can save you money. 

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Why do you need to clean your dryer vent often? Aside from wanting to get rid of all that fuzzy material that ends up collecting near your dryer filter, a clogged dryer vent poses a serious fire risk.  We recommend you clean your dryer vent annually.  

5 Signs of Indoor Pollutants

  • Do you find yourself dusting more than you usually do?
  • Do you notice any odd smells or odors when your air conditioning or heating is running?
  • Do you see a thin coat of dust lining your air ducts?
  • Do you or your any of your family members get more severe allergies or breathing problems at home?

What Are The Benefits of Getting your air ducts cleaned?

  • Protects the health of family members and guests;
  • Improves indoor air quality;
  • Reduces operating costs and increases the HVAC system’s operational lifespan;
  • Reduces energy usage, which in turn lowers utility bills;
  • Often discovers small problems that can be fixed before major repairs are required.

What Will Happen if I Don’t Clean My Air Ducts?

If you haven’t had your air ducts cleaned for a couple of years, you have very little to worry about. However, if it has been years and years since you home’s air vents have been cleaned, especially in older homes, you and your family could be at risk for mold, pest infestation, and dust.

How Can I Keep My Air Ducts Clean?

One of the most common questions we receive from customers is about how they can continue to keep their air ducts clean for years after our service call. The answer is simple! Use high-quality air filters, make sure that your air ducts are properly insulated, have professionals do any maintenance or new duct work, and conduct periodic checks.

98% OF DANGEROUS POLLUTANTS ARE TOO SMALL TO BE REMOVED BY A STANDARD HVAC SYSTEM