Duct Cleaning

  • Water in ducts. If you have the presence of any water in your ducts, mold growth may become a health issue. The first thing to do is solve the water problem by determining how it is getting into the system, and fixing that problem.
  • Construction. If you are moving into a new home, or have recently remodeled. Often sawdust, drywall dust and other construction debris (lunch bags, pop cans) makes its way into the ducting and should be removed before operating the system.
  • Furnace air flow issues. If you are having furnace airflow problems. There could be significant blockages in the system that when removed could increase airflow.
  • Visual inspection. If you can visually see debris or accumulated dust buildup in the ducts. Having small children who delight in hiding little toys and other treasures down a register, or having pets that shed hair regularly, can both contribute to this problem.
  • Pests. If ducts become infested with rodents or insects they should be cleaned and UV lights added to remove the bacterial hazards caused by this infestation.
  • Pets. Pets shed a tremendous amount of fur or hair, that end in the air ducts of your home causing air flow problems and obstruction of AC evaporator coil.

What Can Duct Cleaning Do For You?

A thorough duct and system cleaning will remove the dust, debris, paperclips, toys, pet hair and whatever else has gotten into the system. A thorough duct and system cleaning will increase indoor air quality, increase air flow of the air handling system, making your heating and cooling equipment more efficient and longer lasting.

The inside of the ducts should look shiny and bright, similar to when the system was new. Many people like to know that this system is as clean as they keep the rest of the house. Some Maintenance Tips: High efficiency filter. Prevent dirt from entering the system. Use the highest efficiency filter recommended by the furnace manufacturer and change it regularly. Check it monthly for dust build-up.

Avoid moisture.