FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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Air duct cleaning greatly improves the quality of the air your family breathes.


 How polluted is my air?

It can be very polluted! Indoor air has been found to be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air.

What types of pollutants are found in my air ducts?

There are many undesirable particles found in your air ducts. For example, dust, pollen, mold spores, and pet hair/dander are drawn into your air system.

Will air duct cleaning benefit my children?

Yes, because children are more likely than adults to be affected by polluted air. They breathe faster, inhale more air per unit of body weight, and are closer to the ground where concentrations are higher.

Can my polluted indoor air make me sick?

Studies show that 50% of all illnesses are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.


Will air duct cleaning help with my allergies?

Yes, 1 out of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so as a direct result of fungi and bacteria in air duct systems. Cleaning out this dust and bacteria can help to reduce your allergy suffering.

Does dust in my system decrease my system's efficiency?

A buildup of .042 inches of dirt on a heating or cooling coil can result in a decrease in efficiency of 21%. Air duct cleaning will help to improve your heating/cooling system's performance, lowering your energy costs. Another added benefit is that cleaning your ducts reduces dust buildup in your home or office.

Why is it necessary to clean my air when I use an air filter?

Many air filters are only 7% effective in trapping air pollutants. Much of the dirt is able to pass the filter. This dirt lingering in your air ducts constantly blows into the air if the system isn't cleaned out.

Why should I have my dryer vent cleaned?

Your family's safety! Clogged dryer vents are the cause of many household fires. Cleaning out the dryer vent can also prolong the life of your dryer. Cleaning your dryer vent can reduce your energy costs as well, as it is your second-most expensive energy cost in the home.

When should I have my dryer vent cleaned?

Normally, your dryer should be warm to the touch. If you notice that the dryer is very hot to the touch, it's time to have it serviced. You may also notice that your drying time is increasing, or you are having to do multiple dry cycles with one load of clothes. If you are experiencing these signals, it's in need of a thorough cleaning.

How long will the process take?

Residential-All households are different. Typically, an 1800 square foot would take around 2-3 hours for air duct cleaning. Times will vary depending on the size, age, and layout of the home. On average, dryer vent cleaning ranges from 30 minutes-1 hour. If extremely clogged, it may take longer.

Commercial-This work typically takes longer than a house, as it is more difficult to access, and usually much dirtier than a residence.  Due  to various factors (size, age, layout, and hours of availability to the business) we quote each commercial process time on a case by case basis.  

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