Suffer From Allergies or asthma
Louisville Air Duct Cleaning Service
Are you looking for a reliable, affordable air duct cleaning in Louisville & Southern Indiana? Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies, asthma, headaches, eye irritations, respiratory or sinus problems? If so the cause may be in the air that you are breathing right inside your home.
Breathe better with air duct cleaning
Over the years, dirt, dust (and mites), pet hair and dander, pollen, mold, mildew and other contaminants build up and can be trapped inside the ductwork of your home. If you notice that your home is getting dusty quickly after cleaning. That can be a tell-tale sign that you need to have your air duct cleaned professionally. This isn’t just a nuisance, it’s unhealthy!
Think about this:
Your home’s air duct network acts as a respiratory system. It collects pollen, dirt, dust, debris, and microbial growth that are hidden from view. This debris “congests” the system and makes it difficult for the house to “breathe” properly and function efficiently. The heating and cooling industry has stated that over seventy-five percent of repair work needed on furnace systems is a result of dirty mechanical components. Reduced air supply can be the cause of premature failure of expensive heating, ventilation & air conditioning components.
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Duct Cleaning in Louisville
Areas we provide air duct cleaning IN
Kentucky Counties We Service: Bullitt County, Jefferson County, Meade County, Shelby County, Spencer County, Oldham County, Hardin County.
Indiana Counties We Service: Clark County, Floyd County.
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Air Duct Cleaning Process
There are different types of duct systems and ductwork setups. We have various kinds of equipment to properly clean air ducts no matter the situation. From metal to insulated duct work, we can take care of it all for you.
We go through and check out the vent covers, identify all of the supply and return vents, and the type of system you have. We check for things such as painted on vents and damaged duct work if easily visible.
Upflow systems are typically found in homes with basements or commercial settings. We start by creating negative air pressure with a 4 stage vacuum system by hooking it to the main trunkline. We start with either the supply or return side and close off all of the vent to create a vacuum within the HVAC system.
We go to each vent one-by-one using compressed air and push the contaminants down to the main trunkline. Finally we push the debris, dust, and contaminants to the vacuum system and out of your ductwork. Any access holes are repaired and covered to ensure full airflow throughout the system.
Downflow systems are typically found in 1-story ranch homes where the ductwork runs underneath the home. There are a few approaches we take with downflow system. We seal off all of the vents and take our negative air machine one-by-one and backwash from the trunkline back to the vent entrance. All of the dust and debris is captured and contained.
We also have a portable duct cleaning system that has a brush attachment and powerful vacuum that we might use too. No matter which air duct cleaning system we use you can ensure a thorough duct cleaning.
We ensure all of your vent covers are clean and dust free. For vent covers we can remove we detail them as best as possible making them look as good as new!
Ask us about fogging and deodorizing. We have a variety of products for different situations and scenarios.
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dryer vent cleaning
Quick tips to decide if you need dryer vent cleaning
The largest indicator of needing dryer vent cleaning is that clothes take longer to dry than normal. Dryers work by heating the air to cause evaporation and then removing that moist air at a rate that allows the clothes to dry relatively quickly.
A blockage of airflow will keep the humid air in the dryer and not allow it to escape. This causes strain on the internal parts and can cause them to fail and lead to expensive repair bills.
If you notice that the outlet is starting to look full of lint, there is a high probability that the rest of the line is getting full as well. You should contact a Louisville dryer vent cleaning company like A-1 Kwik Dry to professionally clean your dryer vent.
Plastic or PVC tubing for dryer vents are unsafe and will get plugged more quickly than standard galvanized metal tubing. Dryer vent tubing shouldn’t exceed 25 feet in length for best performance.