All kinds of duct systems. Technology has come a long way.
No, our equipment and process is 100% safe for flex ducts which makes up the majority of duct types in the state of Florida.
We are fully bonded and insured so if anything happens to yours ducts while be serviced, we will fully repair or replace that section at no extra cost.
A one AC unit home can take on average 2 hours to complete. The range in time depends on the size of you home, number of vents and number of AC units.
We use a 3-step process:
Dust settles in your air ducts along with other contaminants like dead skin, hair, pollen, insects, and even rodents. When your AC system is running these particles are pushed through your duct system and distributed throughout your home and/or business.
Yes! Dirty ducts can contribute to allergies, headaches, restless nights, sinus issues, and other ailments.
Like everything else in your home, your air ducts collect dust and debris over time. Dirty ducts not only cause respiratory health problems but can also serve as a breeding ground for dust mites, mold, pollen, bacteria, and other fungi. The installation of UVC Lights within your HVAC system can create healthier homes and buildings, killing bacteria, viruses, germs, odors, and allergens.
Here are some of the main benefits:
Here are 5 signs to look out for:
*We recommend getting your air ducts cleaned at least once every 4 years.
We’re locally owned & operated. We are dedicated to bringing Florida homeowners the highest quality in-home air conditions at the most affordable rates!
Even when you replace your HVAC filters regularly, over time dirt, dust, dirt, and debris can build up in your furnace blower motor, drastically reducing your AC’s efficiency, which leads to higher energy usage and eventually leading to costly repairs. A dirty blower motor also increases the amp pull, which could result in burnt out capacitors, and can cause the motor itself to fail.
When your blower motor is dirty it has to work harder to blow air through your ducts and vents, which reduces the ability of your filter to clean allergens, toxins, and pollutants from your indoor air, which can exacerbate allergies and asthma.
The condenser coils, being on the outside of your unit, get hit the hardest by dirt and grime. If the condenser coils are dirty, heat won’t transfer out of your home as easily, and your AC unit has to work harder to maintain your desired temperature, raising your monthly bills and raising the likelihood of your system breaking down prematurely.
To minimize energy usage and reduce utility costs, your air conditioner coils and blower should be cleaned at least once a year. It is estimated that dirty evaporator and condenser coils can increase the energy usage of your air conditioning system by over 30 percent.