Air Duct Cleaning
Cleaning and properly maintaining your homes air conditioning and heating system will improve your indoor air quality and protect your family’s health and safety.
You feel bad when you are in the environment, but when you leave the home the symptoms disappear. This bad air coming from your air ducts can cause headaches, watery eyes, sore throat, nausea, skin disorders and fatigue.
We can provide you with an indoor air quality audit, profile the contaminants that exist, and develop a program to eliminate or bring them to an acceptable level.
In CT, many houses have a serious air quality problem, usually as a result of moisture. Moisture plays an important role in promoting the growth and spread of mold in your air ducts. Spores from mold growth may be released into your home’s living space. Build-up of spores and other air pollutants in the air you’re breathing is enough to make you sick!
Some of the procedures that we do employ is air duct cleaning, mold remediation, dust mites control, construction debris, and pet allergen removal.
STEP 1 – CLEANING THE AIR HANDLER:
The air handler or furnace is the heart of the air system. It’s the unit that is responsible for blowing the air throughout your home.
STEP 2 – CLEAN VENT REGISTERS:
Dirty vent registers are the grills that attach to your air duct openings. They should also be cleaned and decontaminated since this is the last thing the air touches before it enters your living space. This is a simple part of the process as it involves removing them and cleaning them.
STEP 3 – CLEAN AND DECONTAMINATE AIR DUCTS:
During this step, the inside of your air ducts will actually be cleaned and decontaminated.
STEP 4 – APPLYING DEODORIZER AND SOOT SEALER:
The last step in the air duct cleaning process is to apply 1 or more cleaning solutions into your air duct system in order to deodorize it and lock down any fine particulates that may be trapped in the nooks and crannies of your air ducts.
RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL STEPS:
Dryer Vent Cleaning
When is the last time you had your dryer vent cleaned? Similar to your air duct system, federal guidelines recommend having your dryer vent cleaned at least once every year. Lint can build up in the dryer vent and duct and cause airflow from your dryer to become dangerously low – which can cause overheating and lead to a fire.
The Consumer Products Safety Commission shows that there are an estimated 15,500 fires, 10 deaths, and 310 injuries associated with clothes dryers each year. Be sure to ask your air duct cleaner to also inspect your dryer vent and duct system to see if it also needs to be cleaned.
Benefits of Cleaning your dryer vent:
- Prevent potential Carbon Monoxide Poisoning from gas dryers
- Less wear and tear on dryer
- Eliminate Mold problems
- Increase clothing life – from excessive heat
- Time saver
Don’t wait until there is a dangerous clog. The following are signs of a problem:
- Clothes not drying
- Excessive lint on clothing
- Excessively hot dryer and clothing
- Moldy odors
- Service visit for a single level home $250
- Service visit for a multi level home $350
- Service visits include access holes, main duct cleaning, and fogging the system when completed.
- Additional $10 per vent register, includes the removal and cleaning of each branch duct down to the main duct.
- Charges may vary by home.
- Dryer vent cleaning service $135
- Connecticut state tax will also be included to the total billing amount.
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