According to the EPA, the quality of indoor air is poor compared to the quality of air that is found outdoors. Indoor air is poor mainly due to pollutants and allergens that can build up inside of your home’s ductwork.
These pollutants are then spread throughout the house by an improperly cleaned HVAC system. With a click of switch on a heating or A/C unit, pollutants such as dust, mold and pet dander circulate and pollute the air that you breathe inside your home.
This issue can be solved by cleaning your air duct system using the Source Removal Method. The EPA recommends cleaning air duct systems every 5 to 7 years or on an as needed basis (i.e. - after major construction, fire, etc.). Cleaning the HVAC system is necessary, because it eliminates allergens and other pollutants, protecting your family’s health. Cleaner air means healthier and happier people, but it also means that less dust and dirt will be produced; this is a benefit that saves you from constant home cleaning. Additionally, a clean HVAC system is more energy efficient, using less power, because the system is not clogged with pollutants and dust. This results in lower energy bills.
Professional cleaners will perform an inspection to determine if cleaning is needed. If it is, they will explain the necessary steps required and provide an estimate of cost for their services. Finally, they will clean and sanitize the entire ventilation system using methods approved by NADCA (The National Air Duct Cleaners Association).
Choosing a professional cleaner is crucial. For the betterment of your home and family, trust Fiber Clean. Since 1973, Fiber Clean has been dedicated to providing the highest of quality services to ensure their customers can breathe easy. To schedule a service today, or a cost estimate, call Fiber Clean at 800-238-8818 or visit them online at FiberClean.com.