Benefits of Air Duct Cleaning
- reduced potential for mold growth
- extended HVAC equipment life
- a healthier environment for allergy sufferers
- removal of unpleasant odors
Our Air Duct Cleaning Process
ServiceMaster by Jouny uses the power vacuum and air sweep air duct cleaning method, which is the most powerful and effective approach in the industry. The power vacuum and air sweep method uses a powerful large-diameter vacuum to create negative pressure in your air duct system that sucks out debris.
- First, we seal your air duct system and attach the power vacuum.
- Next, our IICRC-certified technicians force dirt, dust, and other contaminants into the main trunk line by applying blasts of compressed air into the vents.
- Once all forced air and returns are cleaned, the technicians vibrate the ducts to loosen any remaining contaminants and send them to the vacuum.
- Finally, our crew use brushes to remove the difficult to remove buildups.
Why ServiceMaster Clean for your Air Duct Cleaning?
- Indoor air pollutants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated an average of 5 to 7 times per day. Over time, this recirculation causes a build-up of pollutants in the duct work.
- In addition to improving air quality, air duct cleaning also results in energy savings. Pollutants collect and clog the heat exchanger, evaporation coil and duct in the HVAC system making it work harder to heat and cool the home. Removing pollutants allows the HVAC system to work more efficiently.
TIPS TO INCREASE INDOOR AIR QUALITY
- Do not open the house up to the outside for extended periods of time.
- Replace your furnace filters regularly.
- Groom pets and control excess pet hair
- Do not smoke inside your home.
- According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) due to recirculation of air, indoor air quality contributes to communicable disease.
- Annual Cleanings can reduce pollutants in your home significantly and improve your respiratory function while indoors.
What you don’t see can hurt you.
As the heating and cooling system of your home works year after year and season after season, allergens, dust and other dangerous irritants can become lodged in the air ducts of your home. While a filter is fantastic at the source of the forced air for catching some of the pollutants, as the filter becomes dirty, much of the dust and debris finds its way into the ductwork to settle in corners and low air flow spots. The result can be harmful allergens, dust, and bacteria being sent into your home and recirculated day after day and even for years.