Air Duct Cleaning

Climate Doctors-Duct Cleaning

NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) and EPA recommended

Indoor air quality is a concern in today's homes. Most household dust contains dust mites, mold, mildew, pollen and animal dander. These pollutants circulate through the air, and can inflame breathing problems like allergies and asthma. Surface cleaning is ineffective on filthy, clogged air ducts full of dust, bacteria and other debris.

People who have allergies and live in older homes should have their ducts inspected. Once you see what you are breathing in on a daily basis you will want to have your duct work cleaned.

Each year 342,000 lives are lost because of lung disease: 20 million people have allergy problems, and spending on allergy and asthma symptoms stands at over $5 billion per year. Over 97% of the homes surveyed showed unacceptable levels of at least one type of pollutant. So, chances are, it is affecting you right now.

Studies show our homes have 10 to 100 times higher pollution levels than the outdoors. Homes are being continually built more energy efficient, meaning air tight, than ever before. Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors.

Poor IAQ is one of the top 5 most urgent environmental risks to public health. Despite this fact, many consumers are unaware that it could even potentially be a problem, much less that it can cause problems associated with the following conditions:

  • Asthma
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Cancer
 
  • Lead Exposure
  • Birth Defects
  • Neurobehavioral Disorders

During each minute the nearly 21 hours we spend indoors each day, we take in between one and two gallons of air. This air contains not only the oxygen we need to survive, but air pollutant levels that are usually 2 to 5 times higher than outdoors, and can get up to 100 times higher. These air pollutants include the following:

  • Particle Alergens
  • Chemical Pollutants
  • Carbon Dioxide
 
  • Excessive Temperatures
  • Excess Humidity
  • Caron Monoxide
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Pollen Dust Mites Bacteria Animal Dander Smoke

 

Our air duct cleaning process is state-of-the-art with successful results — customer after customer. Don't wonder if you ducts are being cleaned.... have them video inspected before, during and after the cleaning. Climate Doctors deploys 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.

Don’t be scammed by $49 & $69 Duct Cleaning Specials!

 

Duct Cleaning, Duct Sealing

Duct systems are used to distribute conditioned air throughout houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems.A typical house will lose nearly 20 - 40 percent of the air moving through its duct system. This is due to leaks, punctures, and poor duct connections with the results being higher utility bills. Is it difficult keeping the house comfortable, seemingly forever resetting the thermostat? A duct system that is well-designed, properly sealed and maintained can make your home more comfortable, energy efficient, and safer.

Diagram of Duct Cleaning, Duct Sealing

The Benefits

  • Comfort: Sealed and insulated ducts help eliminate discomfort. Rooms are appropriately cooled in the summer and heated in the winter.
  • Indoor Air Quality: Fumes from paints, cleaning supplies, pesticides, and adhesives along with outdoor chemicals, insulation fibers, and dust can enter your duct system, triggering asthma and allergy problems. You can improve indoor air quality, reducing the risk of pollutants entering your ductwork and circulating through your home.
  • Safety: Gas appliances use ventilation systems to expel the release of combustion gases (like carbon monoxide) from the house. Poor ventilation in appliances such as furnaces, water heaters and clothes dryers along with leaky ductwork in your heating and cooling system may cause “back-drafting”. This is where gases are drawn back into the living area, not to the outdoors.
  • Save Money: As we said, a typical home can lose as much as 20-40 percent of conditioned air. Increased efficiency, lower energy bills, and often paying for its self in energy savings are just one more reason to seal and insulate ducts. Furthermore, future replacement of new heating and cooling equipment, with a well-designed and sealed duct system may prepare you to downsize to a smaller, less costly system that provides better dehumidification
  • Protect the Environment: Most power plants provide our homes with energy from the use of fossil fuels. Power plants add to smog, acid rain, and global warming. As you know, the less energy used in our homes, the less pollution generated. Sealing ducts reduces the amount of energy required to comfortably heat or cool your home, you can help reduce the amount of air pollution generated.