Ducts So Kleen | What We Do – The duct cleaning specialists
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Cleaning ducts is what we do.

Air Duct Cleaning

Most households contain dust mites, mildew, pollen and animal dander. Many of these contaminants are circulated through the central air system and can aggravate asthma, respiratory illness and allergies. If your are concerned about your air quality, duct cleaning is a smart choice. Our duct cleaning services help to eliminate pollutants and contaminants in your air system from proliferating. We perform both the push and pull methods of duct cleaning, to get the best results and air quality possible.

Dryer Vent / Chimney Cleaning

Poorly maintained ducts are a fire risk. Nationally, dryer vent fires are now more frequent than chimney fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency,nearly 17,000 dryer fires are reported each year. Many of these fires are caused by blocked dryer vents and chimneys that have accumulated combustible material and coatings.

Cleaning your dryer vent makers the dryer work more efficiently, drying your clothes faster and saving you money in energy bills.

HVAC System Cleaning

HVAC System Cleaning includes Motor Blower, A/C Coil & Furnaces.

Running a dirty motor blower can negatively impact its performance and lead to costly repairs. A poorly maintained or improperly cleaned furnace can result in harmful contaminants circulating through your home. A dirty A/C coil decreases airflow which results in reduced heat transfer and harmful decline in overall air quality.

Mold Remediation

We are the experts at resolving all mold problems.

Mold grows in ductwork when there is moisture and warm temperatures. A warm location with high water vapor content is particularly prone to mold buildup within the ducts. Water vapor can form within the duct system when cold air passes through, and when there is high water vapor content in the outside environment, the water droplets usually collect instead of evaporating. It forms the most conducive environment for mold growth. Once mold spores enter your lungs, they can lead to a myriad of issues, from small annoyances (coughing and sneezing) to major respiratory problems (pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma attacks, and more).

Get good air today, call us on +1 610 549 4330