F.A.Q

F.A.Q

Wondering how to keep the air duct system in your home or office efficiently working? Read on and learn how here.

It is easy to be well informed about air duct cleaning. Read this FAQ page now and refer to it whenever necessary.

When should HVAC units be cleaned?

As often as possible. It is advisable to clean the unit when home renovations are done or if you have just moved into a new home. Homeowners who smoke or have pets should get the HVAC system cleaned at least once a month to prevent the spread of allergy causing particles.

What is sick building syndrome?

Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is a common problem associated with office buildings, caused by the poor air quality of contaminated or unkempt air filtration systems. Hiring our specialists can help cure or prevent SBS and maintain a healthy working environment for your workers or employees.

What are the tangible effects of poor air quality?

Poor air quality for your home or office space will lead to infectious diseases caused by bacteria, mildew, mold, pollen, dust mites, viruses, and other contaminants. Prevent this by hiring our experienced team to help in cleaning your HVAC systems.

How often should disposable air duct filters be changed?

It is best if they are checked every month or quarterly at least. If they appear dark in color or there is visible clogging, there is a need for replacements. Our specialists explain that the filters in homes with pets tend to get clogged more quickly and require more frequent replacement.

How can I improve indoor air quality?

Regular house cleaning is essential. Vacuum the floors and clean the furniture every week. You need to provide frequent HVAC maintenance involving unit cleaning and air duct filter replacement too. Air duct cleaning will also help to improve the quality of indoor air to a great extent. Ideally, it should be part of HVAC maintenance. The frequency depends on your individual needs and circumstances.

Will cleaning my air duct system create a mess in my home?

No. Our cleaning method is labor intensive and we inspect and clean each system thoroughly prior to restarting it so there's never a problem with dust or dirt coming out of the vents after a cleaning. We guarantee we will leave no mess upon completion of every job.

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