Duct Cleaning Services

Improper duct cleaning can affect the quality of indoor air and affect the functionality of the HVAC system. Many homeowners don’t realize that air ducts accumulate dust, debris, pet dander, and other allergens.

Most people are now becoming aware that indoor air pollution is a growing concern for various reasons. Air Solutions offers comprehensive duct cleaning services that help you to improve the quality of air in your home while reducing the risk of issues with your heater or air conditioning unit.


The Effects of Dirty Indoor Air

Common house dust can be more harmful than outdoor dust. It contains various contaminants including bacteria, viruses, pollen, and chemical residue. Prolonged exposure to these can cause serious health problems.

Additionally, dirty air can taint a number of things, from wall coverings to your clothes. That’s why it’s important that your ducts and vents are regularly and thoroughly dusted and cleaned.

What to Expect From an Air Duct Cleaning

Our team uses specialized equipment and products to ensure that your system is free of dust and other particulates. Here is how we sanitize your home’s air ducts.

  • 1 Clean the Furnace/Air Unit
  • 2 Clean the Supply and Return Registers, and Grills
  • 3 Clean the Supply and Return Ducts
  • 4 Install Electrostatic Air Filter and Odor Control Products (Upon Customer Request)

We also provide these services when cleaning commercial air ducts. Contact us today for a free on-site quotation for your business.

Benefits of Air Duct Cleaning

There are several benefits to cleaning your ductwork. These four benefits should not be overlooked when considering the indoor air quality of your home.

  • Protect your health by eliminating potential causes of allergies and respiratory problems.
  • Eliminate the dirt that acts as food for dust mites, bacteria, mold, and other microorganisms.
  • Boost your indoor air quality.

When your HVAC system is clean, it doesn’t work as hard, leading to long-term energy savings.

Home Air Duct Cleaning

It is best to take preventative measures when it comes to your home’s HVAC system, but below are signs that will let you know that you shouldn’t wait any longer to schedule your duct cleaning service.

  • Dust particles or debris are visible on your vents or puffing out when your system is turned on.
  • There is an excessive amount of dust in your home.
  • You have a higher-than-normal energy bill, or it takes a while for your home to cool off or heat up.
  • Your home is not heating or cooling evenly.
  • There are musty odors throughout your home.
  • It has been longer than four years since the last duct cleaning.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Services

Clogged dryer vents can affect more than just the capability and lifespan of your dryer. It can be a potential fire hazard if it’s not properly checked and maintained on a regular schedule. Fortunately, we offer solutions that will not only improve your machine’s performance but also prevent it from endangering your lives.

Why Choose Us?

We use one of the most powerful vacuums in the industry today. With a strategic rotating brush, this enables us to remove all types of obstructions and debris from your vents, from lint to bird’s nests. Additionally, our technicians will inspect your system for any issues and if it meets the manufacturer’s specifications.

Why Have Your Dryer Vent Cleaned?

Lint and other obstructions can build up in your dryer vents resulting in restricted airflow, which causes overheating and a reduction in the machine’s performance. This is more likely to happen on dryers in centralized locations such as a laundry room. Uncleaned vents are also dangerous as the heated exhaust air from the dryer can ignite the highly flammable lint, causing a fire.

According to the National Fire Prevention Association, nearly 17,000 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year. 34% of them are caused by uncleaned vents. These fires have resulted in about 51 deaths, 380 injuries, and $236 million worth of property damage.

Avoid putting your loved ones and yourself in danger by having your dryer vents cleaned and inspected regularly.

When to Get Your Vents Cleaned

Knowing when to de-clog your dryer can be difficult. Here are some signs you can use to tell if you might need to have your vents cleaned:

  • Your clothes have a musty order after the drying cycle
  • Clothes seem unusually hot to the touch
  • Excessive heat in the room where the machine is located
  • The dryer vent hood flap does not open properly when using the dryer
  • There is debris in the outside dryer vent opening
  • Large amounts of lint build-up in the lint trap
  • Dryer sheets used during the drying cycle have gained an odor