If your home is more than one year old, you’ve recently done any remodeling projects or anyone living in your home suffers from allergies, asthma or any other breathing related illness – it is recommended that you have your air ducts professionally cleaned. Additionally, a clean ventilation system will allow your heating and air conditioning system to work more efficiently and reduce operating costs and prolong the life of your equipment.
Paul’s Heating & Cooling has been performing duct cleanings since 1965. Prior to performing any ventilation cleaning, our experienced technicians will perform a full diagnostic test on your ventilation system, including but not limited to a inspection that will allow you to see the condition of your duct work both before and after the cleaning. The technician will also inspect for any leaks and moisture content.
Also, it is important to keep in mind that your ductwork is part of a complete heating and cooling system. Many companies that offer duct cleaning are not qualified to service your furnace, central air unit or other components of your complete comfort system such as humidifiers, filtration systems or even the fabrication or installation of the ductwork itself.
Our professional technicians will treat both you and your home with respect. Tarps are put down to protect your flooring and all employees wear clean booties over their shoes. All cold air grilles are covered with a magnetic sign material to insure maximum suction and keep the debris in the ducts and not in your home. We invite our clients to view a inspection of their duct work both before and after the cleaning to see for themselves the condition of their indoor air quality.
What can we do?
Paul’s Duct Cleaning specializes in the removal of all HVAC contaminants. We use the industries best portable HEPA-AIRE vacuum, which is capable of removing contaminants 30 times smaller then those visible to the naked eye. The vacuum is used in conjunction with our air-sweep compressor, which is sent down each duct to loosen the living contaminants clinging to the duct surface. Once all ducts are cleaned the entire ventilation system is fogged down with an EPA approved disinfectant.