Sunrise Cleaning offers professional air duct cleaning services to improve the air quality of your home. The air circulating through your home has a direct effect on the health and safety of your family. A typical home creates up to 40 annual pounds of dust. Dirt, pollen, mold spores, animal dander, and chemicals linger in your air ducts and can affect kids and others with allergies, asthma, and sensitive immune systems.
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Dust and dirt continually accumulate on the inside surfaces of your ductwork. This environment provides the nutrients for molds, bacteria, allergens and fungi to reproduce and grow. Every time your system’s fan goes on, it forces this contaminated mixture into the air you breathe. In addition to cleaning the air you breathe, the build up of household dust on furniture and contents is dramatically reduced.
The process will remove 2 to 4 grocery sacks of this debris from an average-sized home!
In many homes, it’s hard not to notice the registers where the air comes out, which are commonly covered with dust or have dirt streaking out of them up the walls. If you look inside, you frequently see dust, lint buildup, debris of all sorts and maybe a few crayons that the kids enjoyed dropping in the duct. There is a lot of dirt buildup in there and that’s the source of the air you breathe. Cleaning the ducts help keep the air you breathe cleaner.
It is recommended to have your air ducts cleaned every 3-5 years. Here is what our trained efficient technicians will do.
- Debris is loosened with special agitation tools inserted into each vent opening.
- All vent covers and interior surfaces of your ductwork are then “air-washed” utilizing 200 pounds per square inch of air pressure and special air tools to reach normally inaccessible areas.
- The 10″ diameter vacuum hose attached to your ductwork assures that loosened debris is auctioned out of your home and not discharged into your living environment.
- Hand cleaning of furnace burners, heat exchanger, central air conditioning, evaporator coil, blower fan motor and blades.