AIR DUCT CLEANING
If you’ve been noticing more dust in your home or dust buildup around the air intake, it may be time to clean your air ducts. Air ducts should be cleaned from time to time to remove dust and allergies that will accumulate. Precise Carpet Cleaning provides professional air duct cleaning in the St. Louis and St. Charles area.
We normally recommend air duct cleaning every 3-6 years except in cases where there is a respiratory concern with someone in the building, such as asthma or severe allergies. In these cases, cleaning may need to be more often.
Air duct cleaning will go a long way toward improving the indoor air quality of your home or business by removing dust and allergens from the indoor environment.
What to Expect From Your Air Duct Cleaning
With more than 20 years of experience in the St. Louis area, you can expect the highest level of professionalism from our technicians as they service your air ducts. This entails:
- We respect your home. Our experienced technicians will place protective guards around each of the corners in your home or office to ensure that our hoses do not damage your walls before we clean your air ducts.
- To efficiently clean your air ducts, we use a large van mounted vacuum system with a rotating electric brush attached to the end of the vacuum hose. This brush cleans your vents in a healthy way as it removes dust out of the home through our vacuum hose.
- We send the vacuum unit in from each register and return air vent. As it cleans the inside of the air duct system, the dust and debris is removed through our hose system completely out of the building.
- After your air ducts have been cleaned, we will vacuum the register and return vents and put them back in their original place.
We always try to give you a good idea of how dirty your air duct system is so you will know about how often you need cleaning done in the future. Your air ducts will normally be the dirtiest the first time you clean due to dust and debris accumulating from when the building was being built. Afterwards, it will usually take longer to build up dust.