A property or equipment can never be too clean. Cleanliness equates to a healthy environment with improved indoor air quality. It also leads to machines that operate precisely as they should, and as you expect.
Air Duct Doctors provide a broad range of products and services, all with a strong emphasis on superior quality, exceptional customer service, and competitive pricing. We offer air duct cleaning in St. Louis, MO, to maintain a comfortable living environment, day in and day out.
Your air duct isn’t the only thing that needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, either. Routine furnace cleaning is also recommended to help you keep your HVAC system running smoothly. The average furnace is a magnet for dust, dirt, and other debris. Suppose you neglect to keep your furnace clean. In that case, those harmful particulates can end up distributed around your home or business, causing a variety of health problems—including an increase in colds.
A furnace cleaning should usually be performed right before and after winter. A professional cleaner will remove any dander, dirt, and other particulate matter that has built up over the months of use and identify any potential issues that may need to be addressed before they develop into expensive problems.
Keeping Your Dryer Clean and Safe
A dryer operates on the simple principle of forcing hot air into a piece of machinery and then venting it to the outside. During the process, the clothes in the tumbler are dried while tiny bits of lint and material are expelled. It is those small pieces of lint that can pose a safety concern. If not removed, they can accumulate and cause a fire hazard. That’s why it’s essential to use our services for dryer vent cleaning.
We can remove all lint buildup from vents, filters, lint traps, and ductwork to meet the particular needs of your household dryer or commercial units. Not only does eliminating lint get rid of fire risk, but it also helps your machines function properly as they can operate more efficiently. They don’t struggle to force air through diminished passageways, for example. Also, fewer lint particles are circulating in the air, and that makes for healthier living conditions. Dryer vent cleaning should become a regular part of your cleaning routine.
A Wide Range of Services
No matter what type of cleaning services you need our team will be there to handle them for you. Some of the different types of services we offer include:
According to the American Lung Association, “Indoor Air Pollution is widespread. You are more likely to get sick from pollution in your home and office than from pollution in the air outside.” Your home’s air is 5 to 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. Allergies and sinus conditions are commonly caused by mold in the ductwork, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and dust mites in your home’s air.
Air Duct Doctors uses the latest industry-recognized duct cleaning technology to rid your home of those bothersome pollutants and irritants in St. Louis, MO. In the first stage, we do a thorough inspection of your HVAC system prior to any cleaning. This allows us to educate our customers about the cleaning process and the benefits of the additional services that our company provides.
Then, our technicians thoroughly clean each individual opening (i.e. vents and returns) for all possible dust and debris. We use a 175p.s.i. compressed-air whip to dislodge all debris along with a high-powered vacuum system to remove all irritants and pollutants. A high-efficiency particle air (HEPA) filter is used during the cleaning to control the removed debris from being re-introduced into your home.
Our last and final stage involves a comprehensive re-inspection of your system during the re-assembly of the ductwork to ensure the complete removal of all dust and any other particles. If any moisture is present, the potential for microbiological growth (i.e., mold and mildew) is significantly increased, and the spores from such growth could be released directly into a home’s living space. These microorganisms grow best at temperatures between 68 – 86 degrees Fahrenheit and prefer an environment that is damp and dark. That is why your system is obviously a perfect breeding ground for these harmful organisms! At that time, we fog our decontamination treatment into your system to combat allergens and the other irritants commonly found in most heating and cooling systems.