Air Duct Cleaning

Air Duct Cleaning


Air duct cleaning should be conducted every two or three years for a healthier home. 
Your home's Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is important, and having a clean, properly functioning heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system is vital to maintaining a clean healthy and comfortable living environment.
In addition, a newly cleaned air duct system runs more efficiently than a dirty one, resulting in lower utility bills and a cleaner, less dusty home.
Our air duct cleaners check for dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your HVAC system every time the furnace or air conditioner runs. Over time, they build up inside your ductwork, making your aid duct system a breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew and other microbes, which are then re-circulated through your home, impacting the health and comfort of your family.

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Those who suffer from allergies, asthma or other respiratory ailments, especially children and the elderly, are vulnerable to the effects of indoor air pollution.
As a result, most health experts agree on the health benefits of proper, and regular, aid duct cleaning.  

DUST MITES! The microscopic, spider-like organisms are found primarily in our homes where dead skin cells are plentiful. Dust mites are thought to be the most important allergen associated with asthma. It is actually the excretion (feces) of this critter to which people are allergic. Research has revealed this trigger is a microscopic protein in the mite excrement. One tenth of the weight of a two year old pillow is dust mite feces.

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A double bed mattress can easily harbor 2-10 million dust mites, with each mite producing 40 to 100 pellets per day. The average dust mite is 0.5 mm in length, not visible to a normal eye. Over 7,000 can fit on a fingernail. A dust mite molts several times during its life, producing 200 times its weight in waste and will lay 300 eggs. Each mite produces 40 to 100 feces pellets per day. The mites droppings are coated in an enzymatic slime substance, which after drying become mixed with other particles forming - HOUSEHOLD DUST.