1Clean Air Ottawa
Residential Air Duct Cleaning
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Cleaning your air ducts with 1Clean Air
Your air ducts are one of the most important systems in your home. The air you breathe is carried through the duct work, then out through vents and recirculated 5 to 7 times per day, on average. If your ducts are poorly maintained, they are likely contributing to unhealthy air and higher energy bills. This reason is why ventilation system cleaning is so important. Every time an unclean system activates, you breathe dirt dust, allergens, and bacteria.The best way to enhance and improve the quality of indoor air quality in our homes is with air duct cleaning and restoration. Different things need to be kept in mind before embarking on the journey of cleaning your home.
Indoor Air Quality and 1 Clean Air Ottawa
Air contaminants circulating homes include dust, hair, and pollen. Most of these contaminants move with the air and make duct areas their point of landing. The dirt lands as many times as possible, leading eventually to clogs in the HVAC unit. The case worsens if more people share the same ductwork. With this, the efficient running of HVAC system is quickly affected.
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Residential Duct Cleaning
When it comes to residential air duct cleaning, indoor air quality plans should be considerably and effectively managed. It is highly recommended that special consideration is given to residential buildings with sensitive populations. Cleaning of residential buildings requires a thorough inspection of the HVAC system before any work is done so as to detect if there are any specific problems. Most importantly: professional cleaning contractors take their time to check and treat metal ductwork, as well as make sure all fiberglass is in good condition.
In considering a residential duct cleaning, we always take into account the cleaning of air stream sides, secondary heat exchangers and bower-blades properly and make sure they are free of oil and debris. 1Clean Air Ottawa will also go the extra mile to check and clean evaporated coils, drains, and pans. To achieve this, most contractors make use of vacuums, brushes, air washes, and chemicals. Cooling coils and coil fins need to be dispatched, thoroughly cleaned and properly placed back to their initial positions. It is a matter of necessity to always clean and drain the coil drain pans perfectly.
How Moisture Impacts your Residential Air Duct Cleaning
Dampness in your air channels is never something to be thankful for. It can achieve form, organisms, and parasites, which may bring about medical problems. Dampness in air channels is not an uncommon thing and is produced by HVAC framework or by different components, such as cracked pipes or holes in your rooftop.
Studies show that build-up close to or on cooling curls of aerating and cooling framework is noteworthy because of dampness in air channels. The buildup is ordinary and occurs when the temperature of air in the warming and cooling structure is underneath the dew point temperature. If new frameworks are worked correctly, they are likely to empty this buildup without tainting the ventilation work.
Apartment Duct Cleaning
Keeping your vent clean is a move towards keeping your apartment safe. Ensure your vent dryer is cleaned adequately to aid its proper functioning. However, the constant use of your vent will help you to know how frequently it should be cleaned.
When it comes to solving indoor air quality issues, 1Clean Air Ottawa are experienced cleaning specialists. We are ready to take our time and make a thorough inspection to understand each customer's concern.
There is no doubt that better air is essential for life as we try every means possible to get the best quality of air in our homes and our businesses. It is evident that dirt becomes easily clogged, making it dangerous as it builds up over time. These contaminants may cause allergies or asthma to people exposed to them. Cleaning the HVAC system regularly is the best remedy to improve apartment air. With the thorough cleaning of ducts, not only will the HVAC system will work efficiently, but the occupants of your building will also enjoy less health and safety risks and discomforts.
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Duct Cleaning Process
1Our technicians will show up at your home or business on time in a 1Clean Air branded vehicle.
2Our crews will begin with pre-cleaning inspection and consultation.
3Your home will be prepared for air ducts cleaning, ensuring all vents and returns are accessible placing a protective cover guard for all wall and flooring where necessary.
4Our specialist will seal all cover vents or return before the duct cleaning starts to ensure there is no loss of vacuum suction through ventilation system cleaning.
5Next, we use a HEPA- filtered vacuum with 15 000 CFM to systematically clean, if necessary: furnace, evaporator coil, blower, vents cover.
6Two hookups in the basement and then we will connect our 8" vacuum hose to your main trunk line, which will collect dirt' dust, debris, mold and other contaminants lodged deep in the ducts system.
7A variety of high pressured compressed air tools will be inserted into each air duct to ensure all the dirt and debris is dislodge, which will be collected in the containment unit.
8Once the duct cleaning is done, we will carefully seal access holes in your main trunk line, put a new high-efficiency filter and will make a final inspection with before and after photos if requested.
9We ensure your satisfaction and make sure all your questions are answered.
10When finished, our technicians will leave your home the way it was. There will be no mess and everything will be at its original location.
Tools & Equipment
We use state-of-the-art equipment brushes to provide your home with the cleanest system possible. High pressured compressed air whips are inserted into the duct work to dislodge the dirt and debris. There is no dust, bacteria’s, renovation or any construction debris that resist to our high-efficiency process.