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Air Duct Cleaning Services

air-duct You may not think cleaning your air ducts is important, but did you know that the air inside your house is actually more polluted than the air outside? With an increase of allergies and pollution awareness, air quality is a growing issue many are becoming more concerned about. This is why duct cleaning is important to maintaining a healthy living environment for your family and friends.

Air duct cleaning means the cleaning of ventilation channels of your heating and cooling systems. Our duct cleaning services will clean the return and supply ducts, ventilation grilles, coils, drip pans, fan motor and housing, and the housing of the air control unit.

Consider cleaning your air ducts if you have:

  • A newly built home
  • After reconstruction or remodeling of a house
  • If you’ve been living in your home for more than 10 years and never had your air ducts cleaned

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Reasons for increased indoor air pollution:

  • An air system that uses a fiberglass filter
  • Pets
  • Cigarettes and smokers
  • Not cleaning build up of excess dust from furnishings
  • Discoloration and dust trails from your air ducts
  • Not changing the filters of your air circulation system

General process when ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration by Clean in a Wink provides an air duct cleaning service:

  • Open access ports for an inspection
  • Use of specialized vacuums that clear duct channels and discharges the particles outside of the home. High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) vacuums may be used to collect the particles indoors, if outdoor access is unavailable or inaccessible
  • Protect your carpeting, furnishings, and upholstery items during the cleaning process
  • Brush duct surfaces in combination with contact vacuuming to remove stubborn dust and particle buildups
  • Use of soft brushes for fiberglass items. Flexible air ducts can also be cleaned using brushes or an air whip
  • Removal and cleaning of all vents and duct registers
  • Provide protection for air ducts
  • Apply protective measure for air ducts – Replacing seals and insulation materials for access ports to ensure no air leaks