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Professional Air Duct Cleaning

Anything that spoils the indoor air quality in your home can cause health problems, which can lead to unexpected medical costs.

What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality?
Your hot air furnace heats air and blows it through the air duct system to be distributed in the rooms. Return ducts then bring cold air to the furnace to get heated. With time, debris, dirt, pet dander, pollen, and other materials are deposited in the ducts. Due to condensation, the possibility of mold and mildew growing in your ducts is high. As the air is taken out into the rooms, it carries with it these contaminants. This is what causes poor quality of your indoor air.

What Does This Lead to?

Poor indoor air quality causes more than foul smell in your home; it comes loaded with health implications. Prolonged exposure to the contaminants in the air can lead to allergic reactions even if you have led a normal life before. If you have a pre-existing asthmatic condition, the contaminants will trigger asthmatic attacks, which can be fatal. This is the reason you need professional air duct cleaning services when moving in a new home, or you have had renovation done. We only use certified, qualified, and trained professionals who understand what to do to leave your home clean, for long.

Why You Should Clean Dryer Vents and Ducts

If you are a property owner, then it is important to have the dryer ducts and vents cleaned on a regular basis. You probably don’t realize how much debris is inside duct work because these devices are inside the walls of a building, but there are several signs that indicate the items are filled with debris such as household dust, lint and hair. Some of the signs that indicate that you need dryer duct cleaning include:

• The exterior of your dryer gets hotter than usual
• It takes longer for items to dry
• You smell a burning odor inside a building
• Steam is not emitting from the dryer’s vent

Failing to complete dryer vent cleaning after each load of items is dry can lead to lint and debris sliding into the back of the appliance or into the duct work, making it impossible for steam to escape. Not only does this situation damage a dryer, but also, it can lead to a fire. The debris in the venting system can overheat, creating a spark that burns down a building. In some cases, the dryer overheats because the steam is not emitting from the appliance, causing the motor to spark and burn.

Cleaning Duct work Is Dangerous

Dryer duct cleaning is a complicated process because you will need an extension ladder or bucket truck to reach the vents located on the exterior of a building, and this is why it is important to hire a professional dryer vent cleaning company. Technicians can climb up a ladder, or they are raised on a bucket truck extension arm to reach the vents. In order to access the interior surface of the dryer’s duct work, the technician will use tools to remove the vent cover.

Regular Dryer Vent Cleaning Prevents a Buildup of Debris

After opening the cover of the vent, a technician can use a long tool to pull out the debris from the exhaust system. This debris is collected into trash bags for disposal at an off-site location. The dryer duct cleaning process will continue inside your home with a technician pulling a dryer away from the wall to remove the duct work in order to remove additional debris from the venting system. It is important to remember that regular dryer vent cleaning helps to prevent a buildup of debris.

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