Air Duct Cleaning is a major player in guaranteeing that the atmosphere in your home or office is fresh and safe. They (Air Ducts) work in sync with the HVAC system of your property and serve to circulate air round the building. As you would expect with most mediums used over time, air ducts collect dust, debris, allergens, grime and pet dander, and as a result needs to be professionally cleaned for better indoor air quality.
Air Duct Cleaning is essentially the removal of dust, mold and other harmful contaminants from the ductwork of your heating and air conditioning system. The cleaning covers all the heating and cooling components of the air systems, that is, the heat exchangers heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans, grilles and diffusers, the supply and return air ducts, the fan motor and fan housing, along with the air handling unit housing.
Your home or office will be prepared for air duct cleaning, ensuring that all vents and returns are accessible. Protective flooring covers and guards will be placed where necessary.
Our technicians will carefully seal your vents and returns before the duct cleaning begins, and put your air conditioning ducts under negative pressure to maximize air flow.
We will connect a powerful vacuum device to your main trunk line, which will collect dirt, dust, mold and other contaminants that will be dislodged during the air duct cleaning.
After the duct cleaning process is complete, we will seal the access hole in your main trunk line with a metal access panel, according to NADCA standards.
Following the successful conclusion of the cleaning process, we customarily review the work done in order to ensure that our clients are satisfied and that our work is topnotch.
At Green Restoration we use highly effective ways to clean your air ducts. Germicidal UV Light, Negative Air, Rotary Brushes and Electrostatic Air Filters are a few examples of our efficient solutions
One of the highly effective ways to clean your air ducts is by use of Germicidal UV Lights. Their application is relatively easy, and their mechanism of operation is such that promises effective eradication of harmful microbial growth within the ducts of your air vents. Germicidal UV Light is installed in the HVAC system and deployed to bring about cleaner air in your home in record time. Our ready experts at Green Restoration can help you decide if UV light air cleaning is what is best for your home and after their review, they will also professionally put the lights in place. Some benefits of the Germicidal UV Lights include:
Termination of foul odors
Amplification of HVAC efficiency
Reduction of energy consumed by air conditioning systems
Indoor air quality improvements
A negative air machine makes use of ducting to rid the home of contaminated air from a sealed containment area. Its working principle is based on the response of air to pressure. The negative air machine works to collect contaminated air within a confined space by creating a negative pressure environment. The treatment air using the negative air mechanism is one of the ways to improve indoor air quality.
At Green Restoration, our technicians know all that there is to be known about Negative air, Air Scrubbers and Ducting. They are trained and experienced in delivering air cleaning services to our esteemed customers.
Another way to clean your HVAC system is by the use of a Rotary Brush. A Rotary Brush system consists of a round brush that is tethered to a long cable. A mechanic motor spins the brush in the manner of a drill, therefore, as the brush rotates within the HVAC system, it removes dirt and dust from the inside of the duct. Rotary Brushes are great in their own right, but given the limitation that they have in reaching sharp corners and bends, they do not do a highly effective service in cleaning the air ducts. Also, in using Rotary Brushes, it is a normal occurrence for it to get stuck, and when this happens, it is quite difficult to remove.
If your goal is to clear the air in your ducts and improve the efficiency of your HVAC system, then you should allow our trusted professionals here at Green Restoration, give you the service you deserve in utmost convenience.
Electrostatic air filters are the convenient improvement from the traditional air filters installed in HVAC systems. Their function is the same – to filter and improve the quality of air given off by the air conditioning system – however, they are better since they do not need to be replaced. In using Electrostatic air filters, you only need to take them out and wash them as often as once every month.
What to consider when choosing an Electrostatic Air Filter
There are two sizes to be observed on an Electrostatic Air Filter. The nominal size and the actual size. The nominal size is the approximation of the actual size to the closest inch, while almost all filters share the same nominal size, you should take note of the actual size of the air filter. Both sizes are often written on the side of the filter, if not, a tape rule would help in ascertaining their sizes. This is important because you need the right size for your furnace.
MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. It is a measure of how well an air filter traps air particles. The higher the rating, the more effective the filter is. It is important to mention here that while high ratings show that an air filter works really well, it is important that the MERV rating of the air filter is 13 or less because anything higher would block air flow.
Our services at Green Restoration are better experienced than told. We are master performers in our industry, expertly trained and ready to serve.
Our Air Duct Cleaning service is second to none, and with the wide range of experts on our team, we also offer cleaning services for Dryer Vents.
Without adequate and timely dryer vents cleaning, fires amongst hazards can occur, we would love to be your service agents of choice today. Get your free quote here.