How Does Air Duct Cleaning Work?

Is your home or business constantly dusty? Does the air inside it feel heavy and stale when you breathe? Are your allergies acting up more than usual? 

It might be time to have your air ducts cleaned. 

Overtime, air ducts not only collect excess dust, but they can house mold, mildew, bugs, rodents, and more. It’s important that you have your air ducts regularly inspected and cleaned. Not only does this keep the inside of your home or business clean, but it improves the efficiency of your HVAC system. 

How does air duct cleaning work? Let’s take a look! 

The Air Duct Cleaning Process 

When it comes to having your air ducts cleaned, the first step is to call a professional. 

Because air ducts are long, narrow, and generally hard to get inside of, special tools are needed. Air duct cleaners have a variety of specialized equipment including vacuums and compressed air to clean dust and remove debris from the hardest to reach places. 

Before they do any work, however, they’ll inspect your system to ensure cleaning is needed. This will involve the removal of vent covers. The inspection is also important for spotting areas where you air duct system might be leaking or experiencing other issues. 

Once the inspection is complete, it’s time to go to work. Vents and ducts are cleaned vigorously. Vacuums and compressed air are then used to loosen and collect the dirt and debris. 

Beyond the ducts, your homes heating and cooling unit is cleaned and sanitized. Once everything is properly cleaned, vent covers are put back in place, and the job is done. You’re all set to enjoy the clean, comforting air that comes with properly maintained air ducts. 

How to Find a Trustworthy Air Duct Professional 

Any true air duct cleaning company will be certified by the NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) and have a proven track record with satisfied customers and the BBB. At Air Duct Cleaning Company, we have that and more. We started out as a licensed HVAC contractor, so we have expert knowledge of home’s HVAC systems.  

Additionally, we’ve been licensed by the state of Ohio for radon testing and mitigation. 

Simply put, if you’re looking to achieve cleaner, safer air in your home, we have the tools and experience to make it happen. For both commercial and residential air duct cleaning in Springfield, Ohio and beyond, contact us today!

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