Ductwork: you can’t always see it, but it’s working to keep air moving through your home. Unfortunately, you can’t always see the dust and dirt accumulation that happens inside there. If your ducts are not cleaned regularly, chances are, you’re breathing air that is less than ideal. Dirty air causes allergies, respiratory issues, and even sickness! Cleaning your ductwork can help eliminate nasty odors and remove dust, mold, dirt, and pet dander buildup. This translates to decreased air pollutants and improved indoor air quality almost immediately!
What does a duct cleaning appointment include?
Our experienced technicians at Specialty Heating and Cooling will inspect your ductwork, clean your dryer vent, and then start the ductwork cleaning process with our powerful HEPA level filtration machine, as well as nylon or steel brushes.
In 4 to 6 hours, the ductwork will be fully clean. Spring is an ideal time to ensure your ductwork is clean and ready to keep you comfortable for the rest of the year. When we are done, the ducts will be sanitized and clean, and your indoor air quality will be drastically improved.
We recommend that all homeowners have their ductwork cleaned on a regular basis. If you have recently had your home remodeled or have completed a renovation, there is a high likelihood that you have an increased amount of dust or other debris in your ducts that needs to be removed.
In addition to duct cleaning, it’s also important to check ductwork for leaks or cracks. We can help with that, too! Sealing your home’s ductwork through the patented Aeroseal® system means you’ll keep dirt and other harmful toxins out. It fixes leaks from the inside out by using small aerosol particles that collide and stick to the areas of leakage. This process has a 98% success rate, so you can’t go wrong.
We provide duct cleaning and duct sealing services around Beaverton, Portland, Lake Oswego, and Hillsboro. We have worked with residential customers for the last three decades and are experts in clean ductwork! The result: clean air that keeps you healthier, all year long.
Contact us today for more information on how you can improve your indoor air quality this season.