Mr. Duct Cleaner offers professional cleaning services for air ducts and dryer vents, air duct sealing, as well as other products and services designed to improve your indoor air quality.
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Are allergies making your life miserable? Excessive dust and allergens in your home may be the cause. Watch this video to learn how Mr. Duct Cleaner can help you can get rid of them.
Why Choose Mr. Duct Cleaner
Our trained technicians provide speedy, efficient services that go above and beyond what you expect from HVAC cleaning and duct sealing services. Your Mr. Duct Cleaner team will arrive on time, adhere to the estimate we provide, and leave behind a clean work area.
Our technicians work quickly but thoroughly to minimize any inconvenience to you. They use powerful tools designed to complete the job much sooner than you may expect, with results that have pleased thousands of customers.
We only use the highest quality products available in the HVAC cleaning and sealing industry for homes and businesses.
Each Mr. Duct Cleaner technician has been thoroughly trained, under expert supervision, to use the equipment he or she brings into your home or business.
Not sure if you need our services?
Go ahead and look inside your system where you change your air filter. A buildup of dust and debris means it is time to clean the system. According to the HVAC Inspection, Maintenance, and Restoration Association (NADCA), a six-room house can collect as much as 40 pounds of dust, pet dander, and chemicals in its air ducts each year! This dirty air is recycled over and over again throughout your home, five to seven times a day. How does this affect your home? Here’s a list of common problems in homes with dirty air vents that haven’t been cleaned in five or more years:
- Aggravated allergies, asthma, or breathing problems
- Musty or stale odor when the furnace is running
- Furniture that quickly accumulates dust, even right after a cleaning
Give us a call or email us to schedule an appointment today!
Between 2006 and 2010, clogged dryer vents were directly responsible for 92% of all house fires caused by laundry machines