HVAC and Air Duct Cleaning

 

Inside of an HVAC duct before cleaning

Inside of an HVAC duct after cleaning

Indoor air pollution is becoming a huge problem in Texas and across the United States.

When most people think of air pollution, they think of smokestacks, smog, automobile emissions, and other outdoor air quality issues. But according to a 2004 Indoor Air Quality study found that 96 percent of the 10,000 homes tested had indoor air quality problems.

The main reason why the air inside our homes and businesses is getting dirtier is that we're building them to be tighter and more energy-efficient. But the same improvements that make buildings more energy efficient also result in the air inside becoming dirtier because there is less air exchange between the inside and outside. By sealing the heat and cold out, we're also sealing the pollution in.

In fact, the American Lung Association (ALA) has found that HVAC systems are among the most frequent sources of biological pollutants that promote poor indoor air quality -- and that regular and thorough cleaning of cleaning of places where biological pollutants are likely to grow will keep these problems to a minimum.

But no amount of good housekeeping can reach into the dirtiest parts the duct work carrying heated and cooled air throughout a house. To clean dirty HVAC ducts you need powerful, specialized equipment and specially-trained people who know how to use it.

No worries. We have both.

 

What's Inside Your Air Ducts?

Most people would gag if they could see what's inside their homes' duct work. Here are just a few of the allergens, pathogens, and irritants commonly found inside HVAC ducts, such as:

The longer your air ducts go without cleaning, the dirtier they get.

 

HVAC Duct Cleaning

You can't just stick a vacuum hose inside a duct to clean it. Drawing air through the ducts isn't enough to get the job done. Air alone can't dislodge debris from all the nooks and crannies, nor can it remove the film formed by things like the oils from cooking, tars and nicotine from cigarette smoke, or soot from candles or wood stoves.

We clean ducts using both high-power negative pressure and a rotating brush. The brush dislodges the crud and deposits, and the airflow draws it out of the ducts and into what is basically a very powerful, HEPA-filtered vacuum cleaner. This removes even hard-to-reach deposits that are lurking deep within your home's duct work.

When our certified duct-cleaning technician is finished, your entire heating system will be clean and fresh. Here's how we do it:

The result will be the freshest indoor air you've breathed in years.

 

Air Conditioner Sanitizing Service

Even if your heating and air conditioning ducts aren't dirty enough to require a complete cleaning, allergies can be triggered by bacteria and mold spores growing inside the ducts. Sanitizing the ducts will help kill off mold spores and bacteria, helping you and your family to breathe easier.

 

Please contact us or call us at 817-589-1632 to talk more about our air duct cleaning service, or to schedule a video inspection of the inside of your ducts.

 

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