Duct Cleaning Services
Duct Cleaning And Dryer Vents Cleaning
Duct Cleaning U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stated "If no one in your household suffers from allergies or unexplained symptoms or illnesses and if, after a visual inspection of the inside of the ducts, you see no indication that your air ducts are contaminated with large deposits of dust or mold (no musty odor or visible mold growth), having your air duct cleaning service is a good choice to do inspection. A thorough air duct cleaning done by a professional duct cleaner will remove dust, cobwebs, debris, pet hair, rodent hair and droppings, paper clips, calcium deposits, children's toys, and whatever else might collect inside. Ideally, the interior surface will be shiny and bright after cleaning. Insulated fiber glass duct liner and duct board can be cleaned with special non-metallic bristles. Fabric ducting can be washed or vacuumed using typical household appliances.
Duct cleaning may be personally justifiable for that very reason: occupants may not want to have their house air circulated through a duct passage that is not as clean as the rest of the house. Air duct cleaning will usually change the quality of the breathing air, also will affect airflows and heating costs.
Signs and indicators Cleaning of the duct system may be necessary if:
1- Sweeping and dusting the furniture needs to be done more than usual.
2- After cleaning, there is still left over visible dust floating around the house.
3- After or during sleep, occupants experience headaches, nasal congestion, or other sinus problems.
4- Rooms in the house have little or no air flow coming from the vents.
5- Occupants are constantly getting sick or are experiencing more allergies than usual.
6- There is a musty or stale odor when turning on the furnace or air conditioner.
7- Occupants are experiencing signs of sickness, e.g. fatigue, headache, sneezing, stuffy or running nose, irritability, nausea, dry or burning sensation in eyes, nose and throat.