Air Duct Cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning is a crucial yet overlooked upon part of standard home maintenance. It is very important to maintain clean Air Duct in your home to minimize all potential health risks. Air Ducts are a perfect breeding ground for dust mites and many other micro-biological contaminants. Dust easily accumulates overtime in areas that don’t get cleaned often. Can you imagine what you’ll find in an Air Duct System that hasn’t been cleaned in 5, 10 or 20 years?
AIR DUCT CLEANING
Detailed cleaning at an affordable price.
Helps with allergies & air quality.
We provide same day service.
Let us be your air duct cleaning team.
AIR DUCT CLEANING SERVICE
Truck mounted equipment to ensure the most professional level of service.
Professional Air Duct Clean
Filter replacement & service
Same day service
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Getting to know the equipment
Weather conditions and water
5h/day practice on water
All about Air Duct Cleaning. Let our professional team assist you.
The Rejuvenators offer complete ventilation cleaning and will make sure your Air Duct is free of all contaminants. We use HEPA filtrated 4 motor vacuums to remove dust and debris, this unit was specially designed by Air-care to clean Air Ducts. We also carry a full line of 100% organic chemicals that will eliminate germs, mold, and viruses which can be living in your Air Ducts System.
Neglecting to clean your Air ducts can result in serious health hazards. Air Ducts in most homes are infected with these types of common air pollutants: dust mites, pollen, and airborne mold spores. These pollutants at high amounts can cause many illnesses ranging from the common headaches and sneezing to serious lung defects. Young children, the elderly and people with asthma, allergies and other respiratory ailments are a lot more vulnerable to these illnesses. Vacuuming and disinfecting your Air Ducts can help in preventing these contaminants from becoming dangerous to your health.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released several statements warning people about the dangers of mold, mildew, spores and other airborne toxins in Indoor Air. Although there is not yet a national standard for acceptable levels of contamination in Indoor Air, the EPA, along with other agencies and organizations continue to alert people of the many health risks that are associated with contaminants in the air inside their homes. The EPA urges home and business owners to act on maintaining sufficient indoor air quality to prevent health hazards.