(limited during Residential equipment installations and Commercial property’s)
The Air Duct Cleaning Process — A Breath of Fresh Air.
Our air duct cleaning process is state-of-the-art with successful results – customer after customer. We deploy advanced air duct cleaning technology with the only self-contained method that simultaneously brushes and vacuums the debris. Dirt is brushed loose inside the air duct and immediately swept up by powerful dual vacuums.
Air Duct Cleaning – Step by Step:
- Removal and cleaning of registers.
- We clean the supply vents all the way to the air handler.
- Dirt and debris is brushed, collected and swept up by the dual vacuum system.
- Optimum coverage is ensured as technician works back through the system, overlapping much of the ductwork.
- Air handler fan is turned on and antimicrobial treatment is fogged into cold air return.
- Fan circulates treatment deep into the system.
Why Air Duct Cleaning?
- The EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five health risks.
- 97% of homes have indoor air quality issues.*
- Dirty coils and ducts use as much as 30% more energy than clean ones.**
*Air Advice, State of Our Indoor Air Report, 2007.
Dryer Vent Cleaning Service:
(Limited to Management companies of multi-family complexes)
Your Dryer Vent:
If your clothes dryer is doing its job, leaving your clothes fresh, warm and dry, you may think it doesn’t need any maintenance—but it does. In fact, in addition to cleaning out the lint screen after every load, your dryer requires regular maintenance that can help it dry clothes faster, use less electricity and make it a safer appliance to use in your home.
WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE?
Lint needs to be cleaned out of the dryer vents and hose.
Reasons for Dryer vent Cleaning:
Ensure optimal performance of your dryer.
- Clean dryer vents and hose can help result in a better-working dryer.
- The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that clothes dryers caused about 15,000 residential fires each year
- The CPSC says one of the leading factors in these fires was people’s failure to clean dryer ducts and airways.
How often should my dryer vent be cleaned out?
Manufacturers usually recommend that you have your dryer vent cleaned by a professional at least once a year, or, according to the CPSC, more often if you use your dryer frequently. It may be a good idea to check your vent and hose every 60 to 90 days if:
- Multiple people are using the same dryer
- The dryer is more than 10 years old
- The dryer hose is more than 10 feet long
- The dryer hose has more than one 90-degree turn
Thing to Remember about Dryer vents:
Keeping your dryer vent clean and lint-free not only makes your dryer run more efficiently, potentially saving you money, but it can help prevent a fire. Check your product literature for best practices and, when in doubt, call a professional at Gladstone Heating & AC.