Our Residential services include chimney cleaning, chimney repairs/relining, chimney inspections,chimney-related fire investigation, insurance inspections, air duct cleaning, dryer exhaust vent cleaning, boiler tube cleaning, cellulose insulation removal, A/C and bathroom vent cleaning and more.
Air Duct Services
Our homes are getting tighter and more energy efficient. Your furnace re-circulates the air in your house all winter long. If you have central air conditioning, it also re-circulates the air in warmer weather. Indoor air is at least 10 times as polluted as outdoor air. Dirt, dust mites, pollen, mold, mildew, allergens and other contaminants can build up and become trapped inside your ducts. This isn’t just a nuisance. It’s unhealthy!
Most of our clients have their ducts inspected/cleaned every 5 years, and more frequently if they have special needs.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Most people don’t realize that their dryer vents need to be cleaned. Dryer lint is highly flammable and, according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, accounts for over 15,000 dryer vent fires a year!
Our certified dryer vent cleaning technicians will clean and inspect your vents annually to make sure your vent is properly installed and functioning correctly.
Our Commercial services include chimney repairs/relining, chimney inspections, chimney-related fire investigation, insurance inspections, air duct cleaning, dryer exhaust vent cleaning, boiler tube cleaning, A/C and exhaust vent cleaning and more.
Air Duct Cleaning
The duct systems in commercial buildings usually need to be cleaned more often than duct systems in homes. Dirt, dust, soot, dust mites, mold and mildew accumulate more quickly inside these ducts.
Higher traffic in and out of the building
Larger, more powerful HVAC systems
Increased number of people exposed to duct contaminants
Industrial setting/more polluted air
Year-round use of ducts for AC, heat, fresh air and exhaust systems
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Are your dryer vents a potential fire hazard?
Dryer lint is highly flammable, and according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, accounts for over 15,000 dryer vent fires a year!
Many commercial dryers are gas-powered. If the vent is plugged with lint, an animal nest or other debris, deadly carbon monoxide problems may result.
Lint build-up results in dryers that require more energy (money) to operate. Your employee or tenant will be frustrated and let you know it takes three drying cycles instead of one!