Nope, air duct cleaning only removes particles that have settled overtime. Air flow issues are usually caused by damaged ducts, rips, and tears.
Yes! Air duct cleaning could improve the air quality in your home. Getting rid of dust, mold, mildew, bacteria, pollen and dander will keep the air in you system, clean and fresh.
Air duct cleaning gets as loud as a vacuum working. There’s no reason it should get very loud.
Air duct cleaning takes anywhere between 30 minutes to 5 hours depending on the severity of the debris in the ducts and in the plenum.
Yes, air duct cleaning will help reduce dust in your system, and in the air you breath by blowing the debris out of your system.
According to (EPA), have your air ducts cleaned if they are visibly contaminated with substantial mold growth, pests or vermin, or are clogged with substantial deposits of dust or debris.
According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), homeowners should have their air ducts cleaned every three to five years, but the timing really depends on the region in which you live, how often you use your HVAC system and whether you have family members that have respiratory problems.
Air duct cleaning/inspection creates a cleaner living environment, improves energy efficiency, reduces allergens and irritants, and keeps your system clear of mold, fungus and bacteria.
Getting you dryer vent cleaned on a regular annual basis will help drying your clothes faster than with a clogged vent. It will also reduce the risk of fires and most importantly will keep your family safe.
Dryer vent cleaning is performed by air duct cleaning companies and most times by chimney sweep companies.
Dryer vent cleaning helps eliminating fire hazards and lint buildup. It also improves the dryer’s efficiency and increases the lifespan of your dryer.
Dryer vent cleaning usually takes anywhere between 30 minutes to an 1 hour depending on the severity of built-up lint and clogs.
Dryer vent cleaning costs may vary from one house to another. There are many variables when it comes to pricing such as; the length of your vent, where the clog is located, if the dryer is located far from an exterior wall, and if climbing on the roof is needed.
Dryer vent cleaning should be performed once every two years. If the dryer is being used on a regular basis, an annual cleaning is advised.
Yes! Chimney cleaning is important. It will keep the pathway of the smoke free and prevent chimney fires.
Your chimney should be cleaned once a year before burning season (spring & summer).
Chimney cleaning times may vary from one chimney to another. Basic chimney soot cleaning usually takes anywhere between 30 minutes – 1 hour. If chimney flue has creosote built-up inside it, it may take longer.
Chimney cleaning costs may vary from one chimney to another. There are many variables when it comes to pricing such as; how high the chimney is, stage of creosote, how neglected the chimney is, and tools needed to get the job done.
Your chimney should get inspected once a year in order to eliminate leakage, creosote buildup, firebox cracks, chimney cracks, faulty chimney caps, cracked chimney crown, and faulty chase pans.
Chimney leakage is usually caused by one of two things; cracked or missing chimney flashing, and faulty or missing cap.
According To (CSIA), most chimney fires start inside the flue where there’s either creosote buildup or a flue blockage of some kind. As heat from the fire reaches these flammable materials, the creosote or blockage ignites, starting a chimney fire.
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