From pet hair to water contamination, allergies and asthma, poor indoor air quality costs to your business and the health of loved ones at home is staggering. Below we have listed the most common questions that we receive from our clients. If you have further questions or we can assist you in any way, please call Duct Doctors of North Texas at 972-625-5352. For your convenience, you can click here to request an appointment online.
What is air duct cleaning?
Air duct cleaning is the cleaning of the inside of a ventilation system inside a home, office, commercial, or industrial building. Duct Doctors of North Texas goes the extra mile to make sure after your air ducts are cleaned, you will have the cleanest air possible in your home or business coming out of your ventilation system.
How often should I have my air ducts cleaned?
Most homes should have their ductwork cleaned every 3-5 years. However, each home is different. For example, if you live near new construction, if you have of people in and out of your home, if you have lots of kids and/or pets, or if you have chronic health issues you may need it cleaned more often.
On the other hand, if none of these apply to your home, you may be able to have it cleaned every 5-8 years without a problem.
Why should I have my air ducts cleaned?
Over time, molds, dust, dirt, dander, and allergens gather in your HVAC system and continue to circulate. Cleaning your system will produce clean healthy air circulating throughout your home or business. in addition, you can also save energy and your HVAC system may last longer with fewer breakdowns.
What are the benefits of routine air duct cleaning?
Improved Energy Efficiency: When the air ducts get cleaned, you improve the overall energy efficiency of your HVAC system.
Odor Removal: Cleaning your air duct system removes any traces of odor from the air ducts.
Elimination of Debris: We will clean the air ducts and remove excessive debris and dirt stuck in your air duct system.
Removal of Allergens: At Duct Doctors of North Texas, the health of your loved ones is our first priority. We will work tirelessly to remove all allergens in your ductwork.
How long does it take to clean my airducts?
The typical single-family home takes approximately two to four hours to clean. Older homes and those with pets may take longer to clean. Newer homes, townhomes, and condominiums may take less time to clean.
Should I have ducts cleaned in a brand-new home?
Absolutely! In fact, construction debris is one of the most common types of contamination that we find in air duct systems. Fine particles of drywall dust, sawdust, as well as other materials can make their way into your system when the construction crews are cleaning up and the way to thoroughly remove these pollutants is through professional cleaning.
Can I clean the ducts myself?
There are certain things you can do to help your air ducts function properly. Changing your air filters regularly and cleaning off the grills at the end of the air ducts are good steps to take. However, because your air duct system is difficult to reach, you will not be able to do as thorough a job on your own. In addition, our technicians at Duct Doctors of North Texas have specialized equipment that allows them to inspect and clean even the hardest to reach areas of your duct system. Do not wait, give us a call today!
How do you clean an air duct system?
For the best results, we prefer to use a brushing and contact cleaning method. The results are excellent and the method we use will not damage components or negatively alter the integrity of a professionally installed air duct system.
What chemicals do you use to clean air ducts?
No chemicals are used for air duct cleaning. Air duct cleaning requires only brushes, vacuums, and other professional air duct cleaning equipment. Chemicals are ONLY used in cases of rodents or other living or dead organisms.
Will air duct cleaning make a mess of my home?
No, it will not. Hiring Duct Doctors of North Texas means you have trusted the best! Your home will be left cleaner than when we arrived. We know how to utilize negative air pressure and seal problems as to not create a disturbance to you and your family.
Each of us at Duct Doctors of North Texas hope that you have found this page to be helpful and informative. If you have any questions or would like to request an appointment, please call Duct Doctors of North Texas today at 972-625-5352. For your convenience, click here to request an appointment online.
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