There's a lot of gunk that builds up in your ductwork.
The hot, humid climate here in the Tampa Bay area makes it easy for mold or other unwanted biological organisms to start growing in there, especially if there's a gap or opening you don't know about. Plus, regular particulate matter (especially pollen, dust and pet dander) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) - like cooking odors, car exhaust, smoke or other outdoor air pollution - can also accumulate in your ducts over time, making your indoor air dirtier than you might realize.
Cleaning ductwork is an important part of maintaining your AC system, and we take it seriously. We'll cover and protect all your furniture, rugs and other floor coverings before we do anything else. We inspect your system for asbestos - and if we find any, we can arrange for professional containment and removal. We'll vacuum and spot-brush all your ductwork, and thoroughly clean all system pieces, like fans, coils, humidifiers and drain pans. If we find any gaps up there, we'll seal them tight, to boost your home's energy efficiency and to keep mold out.
And naturally, we always follow NADCA and NAIMA standards for duct cleaning and handling of fiberglass materials.
Chances are good that your ductwork is structurally sound enough to withstand a cleaning. But if you live in an older home, your ductwork might be too worn and fragile to clean properly. Some companies are counting on you not knowing the difference, hoping that after they clean your old and delicate ductwork, you'll hire them again to either repair leaks (that their cleaning may have even created) or install all new ducting.
At Easy A/C, we don't work that way. Our duct-cleaning process starts with an inspection. We examine the current condition of your ductwork, and if we suspect that cleaning them might do more harm than good, we sit down with you to go over your options before we do anything else.
Call Easy AC today to schedule a thorough cleaning of your ductwork - and start breathing easier again. And even if you don't call Easy A/C, you should always hire a licensed professional to inspect your ducts before scheduling any work.
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