Home Air Duct Cleaning
The EPA has declared that indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air…
The benefits of cleaning your HVAC system:
Health! Reduce allergy-aggravating pollutants such as mold fungi, dust, pet hair, and dust mites.
Cost savings! A clean HVAC system is more energy efficient, resulting in lower fuel bills. Cleaning costs are lower because air will keep your carpet, upholstery and draperies cleaner longer.
Safety! Soot-laden heaters have been a cause of accidental fires.
Save Time! Dust less frequently. Longer intervals between painting walls, etc..
BREATHE EASIER! Fresh, clean odor free air !
…this fact is surprising, considering all the outdoor pollution from automobile exhaust, pollen, and industrial waste. Since this declaration, indoor air quality has become a major concern to doctors treating patients with allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments; to parents of young children, whose lungs are still in the developing stage; to business people, who can be held liable for the health of their employees and customers.
When energy costs skyrocketed in the 1980’s, new homes and commercial buildings were constructed with energy conservation and efficiency in mind. Homes and businesses became more insulated. Not only preventing outside air from entering the building, but also trapping the air inside. Heating and air conditioning units became more efficient in recycling the air inside the home. Forced air heating and air conditioning units grew in number as the choice of builders and architects.
It is estimated that the average 1500 square foot home generates 40 pounds of dust per year. This dust is comprised of bacteria, mold spores, pollen, dust mites, building materials, pet hair and dander, cooking oils, soot, carpet fibers, fireplace ash, paper, and other particulate matter. Forced air furnace filters that are loaded with these contaminates no longer remove them from the air. Instead they build up in heating and air conditioning duct-work systems. As air circulates through the building duct-work, it picks up these pollutants and spews them back into the air we breathe.
Air handling systems are the prime movers of contaminates throughout the home back to its occupants. Studies show it only takes 5 minutes for mold to completely circulate throughout the air handling unit of a five story building.
HERE’S WHAT WE’LL DO FOR YOU!
Inspect your system to determine whether cleaning is necessary.
We will give you the exact cost. For your benefit, we found the simplest way to price is by the number of grills and registers, both supply and return. The regular price per supply register as established by the Blue Book of Cleaning, Reconstruction and Repair Cost is $55.00 per register. Return registers are $60.00. Our regular price is $50.00 for either supply or return registers. However, we are extending a 30% discount which makes the price $35.00 per register.
We will clean your system.
We will sanitize your air ducts and vents.
We will replace your current filter at, NO CHARGE, with an electrostatic air filter. This filter comes with a lifetime guarantee!
We follow the NADCA Code of Ethics.
We will serve our customers with integrity and competence.
We will perform our work using Source Removal Methods. In order to eliminate or prevent the delivery of airborne pollutants into indoor air spaces, through HVAC duct-work, we will remove the dust and other contaminants from the system. Thus we pledge to administer Source Removal Methods, cleaning the system duct-work as thoroughly as possible, before applying any coatings or treatments, including deodorizers, disinfectants, or sealants.
We will be honest in our advertising.
We will provide our Clients with accurate inspections and evaluations of the cleanliness and physical condition of their HVAC systems, using this information to determine the type of cleaning and maintenance services required, if any.
We will provide only necessary and desired services to our clients, and will not use furnace/air duct cleaning as a means of selling unnecessary or unwanted products or services.
We will provide services only after completing the necessary bonding and licensing procedures. We will utilize the services and products of those who posses specialized skills, tools, or trades not possessed by us when the circumstances call for work to be done which we are unable to perform.
We will stay abreast of new developments in technology, tools of the trade, building codes, the Uniform Mechanical Code, and any other codes of information that directly affects our work.
We will require that all employees of our firm practice furnace/air duct cleaning in accordance with NADCA Guidelines and the Code of Ethics.
We will perform all our services in accordance with the current published standards of the association.