How often you should clean ductwork?
Professionals and experts advise having your duct cleaned every 2-3 years to prevent possible health issues and increase HVAC system longevity. On the other side, homes of business properties with pets, children or people prone to allergies should have air ducts professionally cleaned more frequently.
How do I know if my air ducts needs to be cleaned?
There are many ways to check this by yourself, but here are one of the most common signs you can notice:
1. Unpleasant smell coming out from ducts
2. Dust and debris coming out during unit start up
3. Mold growth
4. The presence of carbon monoxide
5. The presence of insects or rodents
How long will it take to clean the ductwork in my home?
This can vary, depending on the size of the home and the layout of the ductwork. The cleaning process in average size home can take between 2 and 4 hours with a well -trained technician.
Will I get a lot of dust in my house during the air duct cleaning process?
No, our high powered vacuum Turbo -Jet max machine creates a negative air pressure throughout the system, removing all dust and debris directly to the machine filter.
Can I stay in home during the air duct cleaning process?
Yes, you absolutely can. Our well-versed team provides air duct and dryer vent cleaning service using the modern technology which allows you to have 100% safe cleaning process. Also, all the chemicals we use during sanitation od deodorizing process, are absolutely non-toxic and safe for people and pets!
How often should I clean dryer vent?
Experts advice to have your dryer exhaust cleaned by professionals at least once a year. However, if your home or business property uses dryer machine more often , such as homes with many children or more family members, or homes / business with pets, you may want to consider increasing the amount of cleaning to every six months.
How do I know if my dryer vent needs to be cleaned?
Dryer vent can be potentially fire hazard when not properly cleaned! There are few very important signs, that you shouldn’t ignore:
1. Drying clothes takes longer
2. Unusually hot dryer machine
3. Burning smell
4. Lint coming out from vent cover or opening
5. “Vent blockage” signal on your dryer sensor