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Air Duct Cleaning Tools, When a company engages in the business of air duct cleaning, it is essential that the right equipment is used. This includes assorted brushes and other equipment required to break loose the debris that has accumulated in the ducts. When the debris is loosened, a powerful vacuum cleaner is used to remove it.
Prior to cleaning the ducts will be inspected to determine why the HVAC is not producing the quality air it should. Mold growth, vermin, insects and clogged ductwork are common causes of air circulation problems. On occasion, the age of the unit may be involved. If the ducts are lined with fiberglass, this lining and the duct joints can become loose.
Naturally, equipment is not the only thing required to thoroughly clean air ducts. Expert personnel, trained in the business and certified, are also essential if the job is to be done correctly. We are proud of our trained and certified personnel who use their expertise and our latest air duct cleaning equipment to restore your HVAC unit’s air to pristine condition.
Workers must be especially careful to avoid taking contaminants to their residence. This requires professionally laundered work uniforms that include specially treated pant and shirts, special gloves and a special cap. Protective equipment such as a respirator, goggles or safety glasses and a mask is also required. Respirators are especially important when air duct mold is involved.
Air ducts may be constructed of sheet metal, fiberglass or insulated internally with a liner made of fiberglass. This makes it essential that the correct equipment is used for each type of air duct.
Cleaning ducts include the following:
• Air washing – Using a special duct insertion nozzle, compressed air is forced into the duct to loosen the debris.
• Contact Vacuum – A portable vacuum containing an HEPA filter is used with a vacuum brush to remove dust and debris.
• Power Brushing – This involves the use of a bristle brush which breaks loose debris that is pulled down to the end of the duct and removed by the vacuum. This method must be carefully used on older duct lining and can cause damage if not done correctly.
Special precautions are required where fiberglass or asbestos are involved. Fiberglass, for example, requires the use of a high-efficiency HEP vacuum or vacuum equipment that exhausts fiber outside the building into special containers. Fiberglass requires the use of soft bristle brushes. This is not a do-it-yourself project as fiberglass fibers can be injurious to your health is ingested.
As a family owned and operated service, we are happy to offer upfront, affordable pricing, 100% guarantee on all work, 24/7 emergency service, free in-home estimate and plan our work according to your schedule. All personnel is bonded/ insured and always leave the premises free from any air duct debris.
At Green Fresh Air, we are proud of our up-to-date equipment as well as our highly trained employees. The combination allows us to provide our customers with a job well done. For more information regarding our services give us a call at (425) 247-4813. A member of our expert staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also visit our website at https://greenfreshair.com.