By cleaning ducts, dust collectors, machinery, fixtures, trusses and pipes you can provide a safer work environment, reducing airborne particles that get into machines, computers and sensitive electronic equipment and that contaminate the air you and your employees breathe.
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The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) advises cleaning of air ducts every 4-7 years.
Why call Dr Sweep for cleaning of Air Ducts?
Dr Sweep is the premier provider of duct cleaning. Our trained and professional technicians perform thorough cleaning of air ducts, eliminating contaminants in your ductwork and indoor air, like dust, mold and bacteria. Duct cleaning also helps prevent excessive home dust and allergies from dust by removing those irritants from the walls of your ductwork.
You might be surprised to find out how much dust is in the home. According to NADCA, up to 40 pounds of dust is created annually through everyday living! Your HVAC system recirculates air five to seven times per day, so dust in the home and other air pollutants are pulled into your air ducts, attaches to the walls and builds up over time. Cleaning of air ducts helps maintain healthy indoor air quality in your home.
- Call Dr Sweep for air duct cleaning if you notice that you need to sweep and dust more than usual.
- Call Dr Sweep if you experience higher than normal utility bills – cleaning of air ducts can improve your system’s efficiency.
- Call Dr Sweep when allergy signs appear, especially after air starts to flow – cleaning of air ducts can remove particulates such as mold and dust, which are known triggers.
- Call Dr Sweep if rooms in your home have little or no air flow coming from the air conditioning vents – cleaning of air ducts will help restore air flow throughout your ventilation system.
Air Duct Cleaning
Air ducts are associated with your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system and are the pathways for heated or cooled air to travel throughout a home. Air duct cleaning is the process of removing dust and other contaminants that accumulate over time from your air ductwork. Air ducts are like the circulatory system of your home, which is why air duct cleaning is so important!
Duct Cleaning: How To – What is Duct Cleaning?
Air duct cleaning is the process of eliminating dust, mold and other contaminants from your heating and air conditioning system ductwork.
According to the EPA, “Air duct cleaning generally refers to the cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems, including the supply and return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans (drip pans), fan motor and fan housing, and the air handling unit housing.”
Indoor air pollution has been identified as a top environmental health risk in the US and air duct cleaning has shown to greatly reduce indoor air contaminants, making your home a healthier place to live.
Air duct cleaning can also greatly improve your home HVAC system’s efficiency. When your air ducts are clean and air is flowing freely, your HVAC system does not have to work as hard and less power is used, lowering your monthly energy bills!
Duct Cleaning: How to Clean Air Ducts According to NADCA Standards.
Dr Sweep follows the rigorous standards set forth by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) when performing air duct cleaning.
Our courteous and professionally trained air duct cleaning technicians use the following process:
- Our crews will show up at your home on time, in an Dr Sweep branded vehicle.
- Our technicians will greet you and carefully review the services you have requested, explaining our air duct cleaning process in detail.
- Your home will be prepared for air duct cleaning, ensuring that all vents and returns are accessible, and placing protective flooring covers and corner guards where necessary.
- Our technicians will carefully seal your vents and returns before the duct cleaning begins, and put your air conditioning ducts under negative pressure to maximize air flow.
- We will connect a powerful vacuum device to your main trunk line, which will collect dirt, dust, mold and other contaminants that will be dislodged during the air duct cleaning.
- High pressured compressed air whips will be inserted into the ductwork to dislodge the dirt and debris, which will be collected in the containment unit.
- After the duct cleaning process is complete, we will seal the access hole in your main trunk line with a metal access panel, according to NADCA standards.
- Our technician will review your air duct cleaning project with you to ensure your satisfaction, and answer any questions you may have.