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Why Should I Get My Air Ducts Cleaned?

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Over time fine dust particles, pet dander allergens and other pollutants and debris get caught inside the duct work & furnace, unfortunately when you turn on your system the forced air causes some of those particles to blow into the air you breath. Having the air ducts cleaned will reduce the amounts of dust that is circulating through your home. You will experience a cleaner, healthier home for you and your family.


How often should I have my air ducts cleaned?

Frequency of cleaning depends on several factors, not the least of which is the preference of the home owner. Some of the things that may lead a home owner to consider more frequent cleaning include:

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommend every 3-5 years the air ducts should at least be inspected. In our experience if the ducts have not been cleaned in 5-7 years it is due for service.

What Other Services Do You Offer That Are Related To Duct Cleaning

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Healthy Home Air Duct Cleaning

Healthy Home Air Duct Cleaning uses a high powered HEPA vacuum push pull & negative air system to clean every type of HVAC duct system. Our revolutionary system allows us to access every linear foot of your system to get it as thoroughly clean as possible.

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Healthy Home Air Duct Cleaning Services Include

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What is the normal price range for the air duct cleaning service?

The Environmental Protection Agency says that "duct cleaning services typically - but not always range in cost from $450 to $1000 per heating and cooling system, depending on the services offered, the size of the system to be cleaned, system accessibility, climatic region, and level of contamination, and type of duct material."

Healthy Home charges $25 per register opening(vent openings). If you walk through each room in your home and count the registers you can determine the cost fairly easily. Note: The cold air return is also classified as a register opening. Average cost for a whole house duct cleaning is $400. Feel free to call anytime for an on site or over the phone quote.

Are there any health benefits that come from HVAC system cleaning?

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems have been shown to act as a collection source for a variety of contaminants that have the potential to affect health, such as mold, fungi, bacteria, and very small particles of dust. The removal of such contaminants from the HVAC system and home should be considered as one component in an overall plan to improve indoor air quality.

How long should it take to clean a typical residential HVAC system?

The amount of time it takes to clean a residential HVAC system depends on many variables such as the size of the home, the number of systems, the extent of the contamination and the number of HVAC cleaners performing the job. A typical job with two technicians takes 2-3 hours.

What criteria should I use when selecting an HVAC system cleaner?

How can we determine if the HVAC system cleaning was effective?

The best way to determine if the HVAC system leaning was effective is to perform a visual inspection of the system before and after cleaning. If any dust or debris can be seen during the visual inspection, the system should not be considered cleaned. While you can perform your own visual inspection using a flashlight and mirror, a professional cleaning contractor should be able to allow you better access to system components and perhaps the use of specialized inspection tools. In addition, following this post-cleaning check list can help to ensure a top quality job.

Frequency of cleaning depends on several factors, not the least of which is the preference of the home owner. Some of the things that may lead a home owner to consider more frequent cleaning include:

What are antimicrobial chemicals and why would they need to be used?

Antimicrobic chemicals are applied by some companies to the interior surface of the air ducts, to treat microbial contamination such as fungi (mold), viruses or bacterial. Before any antimicrobial chemicals are used, the system should be thoroughly cleaned. It is critical that any antimicrobial treatment used in your system be registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency specifically for use in HVAC systems. The use of antimicrobial chemicals is an additional service that is not part of a typical air duct cleaning project

Consumer Warning

Not All Duct Cleaners Are The Same:

Ensure that the service provider you use to clean your ducts is certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Assocition NADCA. Make sure that they hold a good standing with the Better Business Bureau and have all the necessary certifications and license. Be clear about the terms of service. Make sure they have the right equipment to do the job. It is best to go for a company that has been tried and tested successfully by any of your aquaintances or opt for a service provider that has been in the business for quite some time.

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