Frequently Asked Questions
What is Air Duct Cleaning? Deciding whether or not to have your Air Ducts cleaned? below are a few answers to the most frequently asked questions.
It’s a good idea to always keep this in mind.
Think about how you can improve the quality and freshness of the oxygen you are inhaling indoors. We talk a lot about the outdoor air quality in America and the effects of environmental pollution, but the reality is that our indoors are some of the most polluted places where we breathe because they trap so many allergens and particles in such a small space!
The average air duct cleaning for most homes costs between $400 and $1000, with the price affected by factors like the size of the home, the number of ducts and their configuration. Contact us for a free quote over the phone.
Air duct cleaning should be considered to improve indoor air quality and help reduce allergies from dust. Air duct cleaning can also greatly improve your home HVAC system’s efficiency.
If done right, it can take up to three to four hours. A typical single-family home’s air duct system is based on the age of the home and if any pets live in the home.
We are a licensed and insured air conditioning contractor. We clean to the standards of the NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association). Our duct cleanings range from 3-5 hours for deep thorough cleaning. It seems tedious but in my experience, it’s as close as you can get to a completely new system
Air duct cleaning is not a do-it-yourself project.
Even if you were interested, there’s a considerable possibility you wouldn’t have the necessary equipment, such as specific rotating brushes and a powerful vacuum. You’ll need to employ pros, which won’t be cheap. It’s possible that you’ll end up spending $500 for work that wasn’t necessary in the first place.