Whole-House Air Duct Cleaning Service

Your whole family will breathe easier after we perform a this service.

Did you know the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers indoor air quality as one of the country’s top five health threats?

In reality, the quality of the air inside your home, in particular in the ductwork of your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is usually much worse in quality than the air outdoors!

In reality, the quality of the air inside your home, in particular in the ductwork of your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is usually much worse in quality than the air outdoors!

Pathogens and allergens that may inhabit your home’s ductwork is quite long:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Kitchen grease
  • Pet dander
  • Dust, dirt and lint
  • Mold and mildew
  • Insect and critter waste
  • Seasonal allergens like ragweed and pollen

Obviously, none of these are very good for your family’s health. If a member of your family suffers from allergies or asthma, it could actually be dangerous for them to breathe contaminated air.

Improve Your Home’s Air Quality & Your Family’s Health

Our home and office HVAC systems can harbor harmful particulates and contribute to asthma, hay fever, and allergy and cold symptoms. A heating and cooling system that has had its ductwork cleaned promotes much healthier indoor air quality.

We start the process of cleaning your air ducts by running a special camera system through your home’s ventilation system to show you the condition prior to performing a duct cleaning service. You’ll be amazed at the difference after the process is complete – we’ll run the cameras again to show you the results.

Before and after HVAC duct cleaning by Dor-Mar
Before and after HVAC duct cleaning by Dor-Mar

One Key Indicator You Need Duct Cleaning

Have you ever noticed black lines on the edge of your home’s wall to wall carpeting? As our friends in the carpet cleaning industry will attest, this is called filtration soiling, and occurs as a result of dirty air being forced into the room at a higher rate than it can escape. The air seeks an alternative escape route, which usually means the gap between the carpet and the baseboard trim, and under closed doors.

When the air is forced through these gaps, any pollutants in the air are trapped by the carpet and turn the carpet gray or black. Pollutants that can contribute to this issue include cooking oils, fireplace ash, dust, and smoke from candles and cigarettes.

When air is forced through the HVAC system, it circulates whatever dirt is in the ducts and carries it into the living areas of the home. The first step to prevent this phenomenon is to be sure your home’s ducts are clean, then be sure to change your HVAC filters regularly.

Industry and Government Experts Can’t Be Wrong About Indoor Air Quality

According to the EPA, Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors, where the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations. In addition, about 20 percent of the US population suffers from allergies caused by particles found in the air inside most homes. One of the best things you can do for anyone in your family with either allergies or asthma is to get the ductwork cleaned.

What You Can Do Today to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

If your home seems to be filled with excess dust, dirt, or lint, you might want to consider getting an Ultraviolet-C germicidal light system installed to kill bacteria, viruses and germs, and a filtration system installed to remove all the excess particulates in your home’s air.

Call Dor-Mar today to schedule a whole-house air duct cleaning and a free consultation for improving your home’s indoor air quality.

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