Air Duct Cleaning
To breathe in the healthiest air possible in your home, every two to three years, it’s a good idea to get your air ducts cleaned by professionals.
What it really comes down to is measuring and assessing the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) inside your home. To keep your living space in the best shape possible from a health point of view, you’ll want to make sure the air you’re breathing is free from dust, allergens and other harmful contaminants. Your home’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning system (HVAC) play a large role in determining your home’s IAQ. With regular inspections, you can keep it in healthy shape.
Not only will you experience health benefits from maintaining your HVAC system; you’ll also experience cost savings. Because your clean air duct runs more efficiently, you’ll be happy to see lower utility bills as well. Can’t beat that!
Examining your Air Ducts
So what will COIT technicians look for when they examine and clean your air ducts? They’ll target contaminants like dust, pollen, dirt and animal dander that collect in your HVAC system while it’s running. As this build up collects over time, these contaminants lead to all kinds of bacteria development. Mold spores can easily start to form, along with microbes, mildew, bacteria and fungus. Unfortunately, these bacteria build up spreads throughout your home when you run your air conditioning or heat, which has a negative impact on your health.
Referred to as indoor air pollution, this air is not healthy for anyone to breathe in - especially if you have asthma, experience allergy symptoms or have other problems with your respiratory system. For children and the elderly, these airborne contaminants can be particularly harmful, so it’s good to pay attention to your HVAC system regularly.
Given these potential negative effects of dirty air ducts in your home, experts recommend investing in regular air duct cleaning. Using a HEPA-Aire™ vacuum and Aire-Sweep™ compressor system, COIT’s team of specially trained technicians suck contaminants out of the air. These contaminants then pass through a contained filtration system.
Ready to work with a team who uses technology that’s capable of capturing debris 1/300th the diameter of a human hair? To learn more about COIT’s advanced cleaning techniques, watch the short video below. You’ll see why COIT’s air duct cleaning procedure is considered a major breakthrough in the industry over the past 30 years.
Watch the video demonstration and see why this procedure is recognized as the most significant breakthrough in air duct cleaning over the past 30 years.