Our experts use the safest, non-hazardous cleaning products and powerful sanitizing equipment to make sure your air ducts are spotlessly clean. If you're looking for some great pieces of advice, then check out some of our helpful tips below.
Be wary of asbestos insulation in homes built in the mid-1970’s
In the mid-1970’s, many homes were constructed using asbestos insulation to surround the heating and cooling air ducts. Contact our specialists if this is a concern in your home. Asbestos removal requires a professional team and our experts are familiar with all of the best treatment options. Let us make sure your air ducts deliver clean, fresh air to you and your family.
Remodeling can create dust and debris buildup in your air ducts
If you’ve recently remodeled a room or section of your home, there’s an excellent chance that some of the dust and debris from the remodeling created by the workers has gotten into your air ducts. This needs to be eliminated before it becomes a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Have our professionals clean your air ducts to make sure you and your family breathe clean and fresh air every day of the year.
The use of the wrong tools for condenser unit cleaning can cause problems
Many people think that it is best to use a pressure washer for removing dirt stuck between the coils, but it may actually cause damage. The preferred alternative is a garden house. Of course, you must vacuum the fins beforehand. In the same way, bent coils should not be straightened with a thin metal tool like a knife, but with a comb designed especially for this purpose.