Air Duct Cleaning
We recommend regular air duct cleaning to keep the air you breathe as clean, healthy, and odor-free as possible at both work and home.
Dirty air ducts don’t necessarily mean unhealthy air in your home, school or workplace. But they can be contributing to larger health issues or harboring contaminants. This can cause serious problems for people with respiratory health conditions, autoimmune disorders, or types of allergies.
Our experts connect a powerful vacuum system to the air duct near the furnace. Commercial grade products and equipment are used to dislodge the contaminants and debris in the air duct. Contaminants are pulled out of the ducts and through the filtration system. Clean air is returned back into your home or facility.
Commercial grade products and equipment are used to dislodge contaminants and debris while cleaning the air duct system.
After cleaning, all access holes are resealed, returning the duct system to a clean, like-new condition. Vent covers are cleaned and disinfected. Coils in the duct work are also cleaned thoroughly.
Indoor air quality is the major concern that home and business owners have when they decide to investigate air duct cleaning. In even a modest six-room home, up to 40 pounds of dust is created annually through everyday living.
Clean, well maintained mechanical systems also operate more efficiently and last longer.
Advanced Cleaning & Restoration offers both residential and commercial air duct cleaning services. Request your free on-site consultation today, and breathe a little easier tomorrow.
Air Duct Cleaning Benefits
- Cleaner, healthier air
- Relatively inexpensive
- No homeowner prep required
- Improves HVAC efficiency
- Reduces unpleasant odors
- Breathe easier
HVAC cleaning is safe, effective and affordable. Breathe easier knowing you’ve kept up with this basic maintenance task.
How Much Does Air Duct Cleaning Cost?
The typical whole house air duct cleaning in the Greeneville, TN and surrounding counties should typically run $275 to $400 depending on the size of the house and then number of vents.
Pricing should not exceed $20 per vent, and should include sanitizing the covers. Advanced Cleaning & Restoration offers top notch service but we are not the highest price vendor. Check our prices (and our excellent reviews) against any local or national competitor.
How Often Should Air Ducts Be Cleaned?
Most folks will clean their air ducts every 3-5 years. You might consider cleaning more often if…
- Residents or visitors experiencing allergies or asthma symptoms when indoors
- Severity of allergies or asthma symptoms being experienced
- Pets that shed high amounts of hair and dander
- Any evidence of water damage, mold or airborne contamination to the home or HVAC system
- After home renovations or remodeling that create lots of dust & debris
- Trying to keep down cigarette odors to minimum
- Lingering unpleasant odors that regular household cleaning doesn’t address
- Compromised immune system or chronic respiratory issues
How are Air Ducts Cleaned?
Professional contractors use commercial equipment to create negative pressure with a high power vaccuum and high-efficiency filter.
Specialized devices with compressed air and brushes are used to knock loose dirt, contaminants and foreign objects. These things are then filtered out by the vaccum system.
Are Chemicals Used in the Process?
Both odor treatments and anti-microbial disinfectants are available. These are typically not required or included in a regular maintenance cleaning.
Make sure to discuss these options prior to getting quotes if you suspect they are necessary due to the presence of fungi, molds, or viruses.
Also make sure when comparing quotes that the specific treatment proposed or requested is the same. Beware of contractors that propose to “sanitize” your vent lines with an inexpensive oder treatment.
If requested, ACR will only disinfect your air ducts with a high quality EPA-registered anti-microbial solution.
Will Cleaning My Air Ducts Save Electricity?
Clean HVAC systems (ducts, condensors, coils, drains) are less likely to have maintenance issues and operate more efficiently. Simply put, the system doesn’t have to work as hard and this prevents unnecessary wear and tear to extend component life. Regularly cleaning your HVAC system allows it to operate more efficiently and use less energy.