Air Duct Cleaning offers Residential services.
Air Duct Cleaning is a full service air duct cleaning company. We have 12 years experience cleaning residential air ducts. We guarantee all our work and we are bonded, insured. We provide experienced, certified personnel trained in all aspects of our offered services implementing the use of state-
WE ARE A COMPANY THAT CLEANS AIR DUCT, AND NOTHING ELSE!
Air DUCT Cleaning.
It is very important to maintain clean Air Duct in your home to minimize all potential health risks. Air Ducts are a perfect breeding ground for dust mites and many other micro-
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Dryer vent cleaning is an important part of appliance maintenance, this procedure should be done at least once a year. Failure to clean dryer vents may cause lint build-
Dirt is the biggest enemy of your furnace. It can waste fuel and drastically lower efficiency. Dirt affects all three basic components of your furnace, so cleaning is the most important part of regular maintenance. The three parts of the furnace should be cleaned: the filter system, the blower, and the motor.
Minimizes microbial growth such as mold in your duct system. Sanitizing also eliminates unpleasant odors that are result of this growth. Air duct sanitizing is often used for people with allergies or when moving into a previously occupied home. Also, recommended in homes that have not been cleaned for some time.
Early preventive maintenance check can help avoid costly repairs
With summer still fresh in our minds, checking your home's heating system seems like a distant concern.
The fact is though that fall is the perfect time to ready your furnace for the coming winter. Since this is the slow season for heating contractors, it's a great time to get your heating system checked for any problems. This allows you time to weigh your options and shop around for the best, most cost-
Dryer vent inspection
Clothes dryers evaporate the water from wet clothing by blowing hot air past them while they tumble inside a spinning drum. Heat is provided by an electrical heating element or gas burner. Some heavy garment loads can contain more than a gallon of water which, during the drying process, will become airborne water vapor and leave the dryer and home through an exhaust duct (more commonly known as a dryer vent).
One of the reasons that restrictions are a potential fire hazard is that, along with water vapor evaporated out of wet clothes, the exhaust stream carries lint – highly flammable particles of clothing made of cotton and polyester. Lint can accumulate in an exhaust duct, reducing the dryer’s ability to expel heated water vapor, which then accumulates as heat energy within the machine. As the dryer overheats, mechanical failures can trigger sparks, which can cause lint trapped in the dryer vent to burst into flames. This condition can cause the whole house to burst into flames! Fires generally originate within the dryer but spread by escaping through the ventilation duct, incinerating trapped lint, and following its path into the building wall.