The average house collects almost 40 pounds of dust and allergens in its air ducts every single year. That’s a big issue; those little dust contain a host of unhealthy bacteria, fungi, and mold. The estimates indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Even worse, the contaminated air circulates throughout your home every time the heating or cooling system kicks on. For this reason, we recommend you to clean your house once in the year.
The build-up of dust and debris stop the air from flowing freely around the house ventilation system. That means it works harder and costs more to operate. Over time, the problem only gets worse. Unlike other companies, many of our air duct cleaning professionals are licensed and certified. This means that our professionals are dedicated to a higher standard of service and work performance.
We clean your ventilation system and all associated ductwork. This includes all registers and related takeoffs, and the main trunk line. The various locations, our professionals are clean the HVAC unit, blower, evaporator coil, and other accessible components.
From duct to vent cleaning, Eagle’s professional can clean your every part of your ventilation system. In addition to air duct cleaning, our technicians also clean dryer vents. Professionally cleaned regularly not only saves you money and energy efficiency, but it can help stop a dryer fire in your house.
We recommend you clean your air ducts at least once every year. If you feel that your air ducts are not working properly, and then call us today and we can inspect/ service it for you as efficiently as possible. We are here to fulfill your professional air duct cleaning need. Contact us today for your free estimate for any kind of cleaning and maintenance requirements.
The air duct cleaning is included; dirty supply and dark filtration lines on the walls, return vent covers, ceiling or carpet that surrounds the vents, excessive dirt in the house and variation in temperature or airflow around the house. A expand in the energy required to operate the HVAC system at desired settings. This may show that dust and debris are blocking coils, ductwork, restricting flow and spiking utility bills, etc.