Air Duct Cleaning
Zducts technicians will pre-inspect the customer’s home air duct system and inform them about the services that are needed and the cost before any service is be performed.
Zducts technicians will remove vent covers and clean the entire air duct system using a powerful negative pressure vacuum along with specialized tools. For an additional charge, Zducts technicians will also carefully clean the blower and liquid-clean the A Coil.
Technicians will then finish the service by removing dust from your system (each individual furnace). Technicians will put the air duct system back together and clean up any remaining debris in the work area; they will also deodorize and sanitize the entire system.
Many people suffer from allergies as a reaction to pollen, mold, bacteria, dust and also pet dander. These particles settle in the duct system and are re-circulated every time the furnace blower is operating.
The company’s professionally trained technicians will not only eliminate most of the mentioned particles but also can improve efficiency of the air conditioner and furnace by improving air flow.
Do not forget that no one can change the fact that our indoor air is more polluted then the outdoor air and after all we spent between 60%-90% of our time indoors.
Commercial Air Duct Cleaning
Contaminated air … it’s effect
Dust aggravates breathing problems, causes burning eyes and itching skin, and makes allergy problem worse. Health agencies, and scientific researchers claim that airborne dust may be one of the worst causes of health related problem.
Did you know that common office dust is more dangerous than outdoor dust?
Mainly because it has bacteria, pollen, skin flakes, decaying organic matter, fungi, hair, dust mites, viruses, textile fiber, residue from chemicals, and many other contaminants.
Ways you can detect sick building syndrome…
*Do many of your employees have symptoms of headaches, sinus problems, eye irritation, runny nose, coughing, dizziness, shortness of breath, nausea or upper respiratory distress?
*Do illness symptoms go away when employee leave at night or go home for the weekend?
*Do you notice dirt around the heating or air conditioning duct?
*Does your finger collect dirt as you wipe it across your desk or file cabinet?
Indoor Air Quality and Your Health
Billions of dollars are spent each year to treat the symptoms of contaminated air. Today, our work places are airtight and energy efficient. This means that more pollutants and contaminates are trapped inside, lowering the quality of air we breathe. Research indicates that people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors. So, the risks to human health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors. Further, those people who may be most susceptible to the adverse effects of indoor air pollution are those who tend to spend the greatest amount of time indoors.
The solution to contaminated indoor air: Offices have contaminated air that is circulated through the central heating and air system, even frequent filter change cannot stop those contamination, a disposal air filter catches less than 15% of dust and dirt what allows more than 85% of the polluting to insert in your system and air ducts. Contamination builds up over time in your air system, this build up will reduce the efficiency of your heating and cooling, shorten its operating life and continued to circulate the contaminants throughout your home.
Total HVAC and duct cleaning involves the components of the forced air systems, which include the air returns, the supply air ducts and registers, the diffusers, grilles, heating and cooling coils, the fan motors and housing, the air handling units and drip pans (where the moisture condenses and collects). It is vital that the service contractor clean all components, one dirty component could potentially contaminate the air system all over again. After the HVAC system has been properly cleaned, the system should be sanitized or de-contaminated with an EPA registered product.