HVAC, Air Vent and Air Duct Cleaning
If the air coming out of your vents smells musty, or your air vent looks dirty, it could be time for an HVAC and air duct cleaning from SERVPRO®.
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A healthy living environment starts with clean air. Each time your HVAC system circulates, your air ducts collect dust, dirt, and other airborne particulates that were missed by the air filter. In just one year, a typical home can collect more than 40 pounds of dirt, dust, and particles. Everyday house cleaning gets most of it, but it takes a professional cleaning service like SERVPRO to clean air ducts.
As a homeowner, you should schedule a routine air duct cleaning if:
- You have pets living in your home
- You have allergies or asthma
- You smoke
- Your home has suffered damage
- Your home has been renovated or is being remodeled
SERVPRO’s uniquely trained technicians follow the air duct cleaning process industry standards as defined by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA). With more than 2190 locations in the U.S. and Canada, there’s a SERVPRO near you.
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With more than 2,000 locations, there’s a SERVPRO near you to respond quickly to get your HVAC system and air ducts operating properly for the best home air quality.
Highly Trained Technicians
We use specialized equipment and proprietary products to clean and sanitize the mechanical components of your HVAC duct and air duct system while controlling the airflow in the healthiest way possible during the duct cleaning process.
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Homeowners should be aware of a few things in the HVAC and air duct cleaning process. First, system access to the duct interiors should be made through existing openings when possible. This could be via return grills, duct end caps and existing service openings. Your technician will often begin by breaking contaminants loose from your system, either by hand or using a vacuum, to agitate dirt and dust. This basic step is an important one in the HVAC cleaning process.
HVAC professionals use a variety of equipment that may be mounted on a truck or they may use portable vacuums. Chemicals may also be used to help sanitize, disinfect and deodorize your air ducts. It’s very important to deal with an experienced and reputable company to be sure that only chemicals registered within the United States Environmental Protection Agency are used in the HVAC cleaning process.
The cost of air duct cleaning varies greatly depending on the size and complexity of your system and building. Residential ductwork cleaning varies and can cost between $450 to $1,000.
Air duct cleaning should take less than an afternoon to perform, usually around two to four hours. However, the size and complexity of your system will determine how long the cleaning takes.
According to the EPA, some research suggests that a cleaning may improve the efficiency of your HVAC system. Improving the efficiency of your system may lead to longer life and cost savings in repairs down the road.