Air Duct Cleaning Services

air duct cleaningHow Do You Know When Your Air Ducts Need To Be Cleaned

If there is visible dust or mold growth inside the ducts, or on or around the registers or any of the numerous components of your heating and cooling system, you should seriously consider full remediation. The National Air Duct Cleaners Association states that visual inspection is the most common method used. The best method of inspection is to have your system tested.

According to the EPA most people spend as much as ninety percent of their time indoors -- a rather disturbing piece of knowledge, considering it has been repeatedly demonstrated that poor indoor air quality can adversely affect health and productivity. Research has also shown that HVAC cleaning may allow systems to run more efficiently by removing debris from sensitive mechanical components.

Experts claim that clean and efficient systems have a longer life span, are less likely to break down, and generally operate more effectively than dirty systems - not to mention decreasing the potential for harmful pollutants in the air you breathe. With each passing day, more people are considering duct cleaning as a viable method of solving indoor air quality problems. We clean our plates, silverware, drinking glasses, and living spaces, shouldn't we also clean our air? Some industry experts say that if you re-circulate the air in a building repeatedly, it's like bathing in someone else's bath water.

HVAC Systems are excellent breeding grounds for harmful airborne contaminants to gather and then spread throughout a building. When HVAC Systems are contaminated with dust, mold, construction debris, bacteria, or insulation fibers the indoor air quality of the facility suffers, putting patients at a higher risk in healthcare facilities, and damaging employee productivity for businesses. When the contaminants are combined with varying temperatures, humidity levels, and reduced airflow in the HVAC System the indoor air environment can dramatically suffer. Not only are there additional health risk with a dirty HVAC System, but a system's operating and efficacy standards are impaired, resulting in higher operating cost for the facility.

At Coastal we provide a thorough visual inspection then we carefully collect samples that are delivered to a local laboratory to be analyzed. Inspection and testing help us determine what type of pollutants, if any, are in the system, and the proper method to use in order to remove these contaminants. In our experience, this has also proven the most cost-effective approach as well.


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