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Choose Our Professional Air Duct Cleaning in Mill Creek, WA For Your Home

Choose Our Professional Air Duct Cleaning in Mill Creek, WA For Your Home


A building's ventilation system is similar to the circulatory system in your body - cleaner pipes allow the system to function more efficiently and help prevent serious problems in the future. Cleaning your home or office's ventilation ducts removes any debris, cobwebs, and mold that may be obstructing airflow and may help to eliminate offensive odors in the building. There is also anecdotal evidence that it improves air quality and reduces allergies among the building's occupants.


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends air ducts be cleaned whenever debris, mold, or pests are cluttering the system. Removing debris inside ductwork can significantly increase the efficiency of your heating and air conditioning system. A complete Professional Air Duct Cleaning in Mill Creek, WA includes cleaning every part of the system that air passes over, including the central system and coils. Research by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers has found that cleaning the coils and blowers in commercial buildings can improve efficiency by up to 40 percent.


Professional Air Duct Cleaning in Mill Creek, WA ducts may be done by multiple methods. Usually the most effective is air sweeping, in which a compressed-air hose dislodges dust and debris inside the ducts and a vacuum system then pulls it out. Some duct cleaning services use chemicals to treat the insides of the ducts. But the EPA says the chemicals may aggravate respiratory ailments and leave pockets of moisture that can lead to growth of molds. Duct cleaning must be done by qualified technicians. A poor cleaning job can do more harm than good by spreading dust and debris throughout the system and may even damage parts of the ductwork. The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) provides standards for cleaning ventilation systems. The EPA recommends using a duct cleaning company that follows NADCA standards.