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Duct Cleaning Equipment

Everybody desires that the air quality within their homes or places of work be of the highest quality. This is because air quality directly influences the oxygen that humans breathe in environments where they spend a substantial portion of their time. As indoor air pollution becomes a growing problem, there is now an increased urgency and desire for air quality improvement in indoor environments. Although there are a number of ways to improve indoor air quality, one of the most effective ways to reach the goal of excellent indoor air quality is through thorough duct cleaning.

What Is Air Duct Cleaning?
Duct cleaning refers to the cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems. These systems include: supply and return air ducts and registers; grilles and diffusers; heat exchangers heating and cooling coils; condensate drain pans or drip pans; fan motor and fan housing; and the air handling unit housing.

Air Duct Cleaning Equipment
Through recent innovations in duct cleaning equipment, reaching your goal of high indoor air quality has never been easier. When looking for air duct cleaning equipment, it is important to look for a duct cleaning machine that is both efficient and effective. Duct cleaning equipment should be used to clean all of the components of your air duct systems to ensure that all particles of dust, pollen, and other debris be removed. If there is even only one component of a contaminated heating and/or cooling system that has not been cleaned, there is a high potential that the entire system will become re-contaminated. This is because the presence of moisture increases the potential for microbiological growth, which will then release spores of the microbiological growth into the air.

When deciding what duct cleaning machine or duct cleaning equipment to use, it is important that you examine such factors as:

  • overall quality of the machine
  • vacuum static lift capability
  • filtration system efficiency
  • filter replacement costs
  • overall weight and size
  • airflow with all filters in place
  • portability
  • component ratings and quality
  • construction methods and materials
  • warranty