Q.) My house is brand new, why should I have the ducts cleaned?
A.) The air ducts are installed during the "rough in" phase of construction.
This allows construction dust & debris to settle in ducts.
Q.) I have just installed a new furnace and I am noticing that my house is
dustier, why is this?
A.) A newer, more efficient, furnace moves air at a greater rate than the old
one. Thus picking up and distributing dust & debris that had settled in
your ducts over the years.
Q.) I get phone calls and see ads for whole house duct cleaning for $99. Is
this what I should expect to pay?
A.) No, the companies that make these offers are know in the duct cleaning
industry as Blow & Go's. Their tactics include bait and switch, to get you
to buy a more expensive duct cleaning method, or they may just blow
some air into the registers and go with your money.
Q.) How does Furnace & Air Duct Cleaning Plus clean my air ducts?
A.) By using the industry approved source removal method. This includes
using a specialized duct cleaning high velocity vacuum and a whip
system that allows me to loosen and remove all dirt, debris, and
contaminants from your air ducts. Click here to see a video of the process.
Q.) How long does the cleaning of my air ducts take?
A.) Typically I am in your home 3-5 hours, depending on the size of the duct
system. It takes time, specialized equipment, and experience to
properly clean your air ducts.
Q.) Can this service help me and my family with our allergies?
A.) Customers have reported that appointments with allergist were reduced after I
cleaned their air ducts. A recent study done by an allergist in Texas found
significant reductions in airborne molds after proper air duct cleaning.
In their guide to Indoor Air
Quality, the Environmental
Protection Agency identifies central
heating & cooling systems as an
indoor pollution source. They
recommend reducing your exposure
to biological contaminants such as
dust mites, pollens, animal dander
and other allergy causing agents.
These pollutants along with dirt,
dust & construction debris can be
found in dirt air ducts.