Professional Air Duct Cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning Service in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs’s first choice for all air duct & dryer vent cleaning is Blues Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning. People tend to overlook the importance of duct cleaning as a major contributor to air quality problems and cleanliness within their homes.
The air duct system can collect a great deal of allergens, bacteria, mold, and dust. These particles can travel throughout the home and cause health problems.
The cleaning of your duct system can contribute to better health by restoring clean indoor air quality.Blues Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning Colorado Springs is a pioneer company when it comes to home air duct cleaning. With over 20 years’ experience in carpet & duct system cleaning, you can trust you’re in good hands. Schedule your air duct cleaning appointment today!
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Residential Carpet Cleaning
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Upholsetry & Furniture Cleaning
The local experts in upholstery cleaning! We remove stains, fur and dirt from couches, futons and any piece of furniture - bringing it back to its original clean shape! Make your upholstery clean again TODAY!
Air Duct Cleaning
Full-service air duct cleaning services in Colorado Springs. Improve the air quality of your home and keep the air ducts clean and restored! Less allergens, dirt and dust all start with a clean air duct. Get MORE DETAILS NOW!
Dirt and grime builds up on grout and bathroom tiles. Give Blues Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning a call to renew that clean bathroom feel.
Full Resotration Services
Blues Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning responds to any water or sewage emergency quickly and efficiently. We are an IICRC Certified firm and can respond to emergencies of any size.
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Frequently asked questions
The removal of such contaminants from the HVAC system and home should be regarded one component in an overall plan to improve indoor air quality. Mold, fungi, bacteria, and extremely minute particles of dust have been demonstrated to collect in HVAC systems and have the potential to impair general health.
A visual check of the HVAC system before and after cleaning is the best approach to assess if the cleaning was successful. The system should not be declared clean if any dust or dirt is visible during the visual inspection. While you can do a visual inspection with a flashlight and mirror on your own, a professional cleaning company should be able to provide you with better access to system components as well as the use of specialist inspection instruments.
Cleaning frequency is determined by a number of factors, the most important of which is the homeowner’s choice. The following are some of the factors that may influence a homeowner’s decision to clean more frequently:
- those who smoke in the house
- pets that shed a lot of fur and dander
- contamination of the water supply or damage to the home’s or HVAC system
- individuals with allergies or asthma who could benefit from a reduction in the amount of pollutants in their home’s HVAC system
- following the completion of home renovations or remodeling
- prior to moving into a new residence
Using source removal cleaning procedures is the most effective approach to clean air ducts and ventilation systems. This necessitates the employment of a specialized, powerful vacuum to place the system under negative pressure. Devices are put into the ducts to remove any dirt that may be attached to interior surfaces as the vacuum draws air through the system. The material can then go down the ducts to the vacuum, where it will be removed from the system and the house.
Some industries employ antimicrobial compounds to treat microbiological contamination such as mold, viruses, and bacteria on the interior surface of air ducts. The system should be properly cleansed before using any antimicrobial treatments. Any antimicrobial treatment you employ in your system must be registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency particularly for use in HVAC systems. Antimicrobial chemicals are an optional service that is not included in most air duct cleaning projects.
As many local contractors as feasible should be interviewed. Request that they come to your home to inspect your system and provide you with a price. Use the following pre-qualifications to cut down your field of possible contractors:
- examine the company’s history to see if it has sufficient experience
- obtain documentation that the business is fully licensed and insured
- ascertain that the company will clean and visually inspect all air ducts and associated system
- inquire if the company has the necessary equipment for effective cleaning and if it has completed work in homes comparable to your components
- if at all feasible, get references from your neighbors
“Duct cleaning services typically – but not always – range in cost from $450 to $1,000 per heating and cooling system, depending on the services offered, the size of the system to be cleaned, system accessibility, climactic region, and level of contamination,” according to the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Vacuum collecting devices are divided into two categories: those mounted on trucks and trailers, and those that are portable.
Portable equipment is often less powerful than truck/trailer mounted equipment. Portable equipment, on the other hand, may often be carried into a facility right away, allowing the vacuum source to be placed closer to the ducting. Both types of equipment will clean to the ACR standard, which is set by the NADCA. Prior to disposal, all vacuum units should be connected to a collection device for safe containment. HEPA filtration is required for any vacuum collection device that exhausts indoors.
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