Seattle Duct Cleaning
When Your Home is Healthy, You Are Too!
Over time, dust, debris, and mold will build up inside of the air ducts that carry your home’s air supply. According to the EPA, the air inside your home may be 2-5 times—and occasionally more than 100 times—as polluted as the air outside. Dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, or other debris could be floating around your home’s living space without you even knowing it.
Needless to say, it is extremely important for indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and noise reduction to have your air ducts cleaned every 5 years or so.
Small items, like Lego pieces or food may have fallen into the ducts, creating a rattling noise when air is circulating. Take a peak inside one of your ducts, using a flash camera as an aid, and see if there are dust bunnies, dirt, and other debris.
Many companies promise to do a complete air duct cleaning, offering prices as low as $49. Watch out for these unreliable companies, because a true air duct cleaning is not as cheap as one would believe from seeing these deals and coupons floating around.
A professional duct cleaning takes 3-8 hours and requires sophisticated equipment and expertise. But, the benefits are worth it!
A thorough duct cleaning will do all of the following:
- Kill Germs & Other Bacteria
- Remove Dangerous Mold & Fungi
- Provide Asthma & Allergy Relief
- Clean & Purify Air
- Improve System Efficiency
- Save Energy, Save Money
- Remove Foul Odors & Dust Mites
In addition to clogged air filters and blocked vents, dirty ducts will cause your HVAC system to work harder, thus using more energy. As a result, you will pay a much higher energy bill every month. Check and/or change your air filters to help keep your air and ducts clean.
When your home’s respiratory system is healthy, yours is too. Considering that we spend over 90% of our time indoors, it is especially important that you take care of your indoor air quality.
Your health and your family’s health are extremely important to the team at Blue Flame Heating & Air Conditioning. Call us today at (206) 388-5667 for your FREE, in-home indoor air quality assessment!
All of our technicians and equipment are certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA).