Air Duct Cleaning in Woodbridge & Surrounding Areas
Air duct cleaning is a core aspect of maintaining the HVAC system of your home or office building. In addition to conditioning air and balancing relative humidity, it is also responsible for air circulation and is at the heart of maintaining indoor air quality. Though indoor HVAC units can last for over 2 decades, they must be cleaned and maintained regularly to ensure proper function and efficiency.
starting at $24.99/vent opening and includes: detaching and reattaching vent covers, HEPA quality direct contact extraction to remove air duct debris, HEPA extract and topical soil removal for vent covers, HEPA extraction and wipe down of HVAC return box. (restrictions apply)
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includes premier air duct cleaning service, HVAC main unit clean and disinfect $399.99/unit, plus Indoor Air Quality clearance testing with lab analysis valued at $299.99 included for FREE
starting at $34.99/vent opening and includes: detaching and reattaching vent covers, HEPA quality direct contact extraction to remove air duct debris, HEPA extract and topical soil removal for vent covers, HEPA extraction and topical soil removal of HVAC return box, disinfect vent covers, disinfect and deodorize air duct lines. Proven effective against 99.9% of common household germs, bacteria and fungus. (restrictions apply)
Improve Indoor Air Quality With Air Duct Cleaning
If you have 1 or more of the following conditions, its past time to have your air ducts professionally cleaned.
Excess Dust and Debris Build Up
Can you believe that according to NADCA statistics, the average weight of dust and debris build up between cleanings is 40 pounds. The particulates of this build up are recirculated back into the air you breathe, contributing to accumulative health problems.
Build up in the air ducts contaminate your air handlers a-coil and blower motor forcing your system to work harder. This leads to higher energy bills and increased risk of system breakdown.
Mold or Microbial Growth
If you notice what appears to be mold growing on your vent covers or anywhere in your home or office, you should have your air ducts cleaned. Mold spores are easily spread by way of the HVAC unit and often become established at the a-coil due to excessive moisture and increased particulate count per cubic foot of air space.
Health and Respiratory Issues