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Three Steps to Healthy Indoor Air Duct Cleaning

12/20/2021 (Permalink)

dirty gray air ducts and clean gray air ducts Before and after of duct cleaning from a smoke damaged house.

For most, being cool in the summer and warm in the winter is the most important factor to our personal comfort. We rarely think about our ductwork until something goes wrong! 

Having your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning unit (HVAC) inspected and ductwork cleaned is a vital part of extending the life of your unit and reducing health risks of those living in your home. 

Especially if your air duct registers are in your floor; dirt, debris, and dust is constantly falling into it. Even with a good filter, over time the buildup can cause fungi and microbes to grow and this is blowing into your home every time the air is running. 

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommends getting your air ducts inspected at least once a year, and cleaned as needed. 

Our SERVPRO has a licensed HVAC on staff and can inspect your system and have the air ducts professionally cleaned. We follow these three steps to give your home the "feel" and guarantee  of clean air.

  1. Connect our duct cleaning machine to your HVAC unit to create a negative air vacuum. 
  2. Remove dust and debris from the ductwork interior using brushes and compressed air. 
  3. Fog anti-microbial on system interior. "Fogging is an application of anti-microbial with a tool that turns water into vapor/mist."

Sweep away years of dust and dirt by having your ducts inspected and cleaned today.