Make Your Home Healthier with Air Duct Cleaning
A dirty air duct can cause allergies, colds, and other health problems. If you haven’t had your air duct cleaned for years, make sure to schedule air duct cleaning in Indiana and Michigan with Home Comfort Experts.
You can rely on our vent cleaning specialists in Indiana and Michigan to restore more breathable air in your home. We have the knowledge, equipment, and tools needed to clean your vents. When our specialists drop by your home, they will conduct tests to figure out whether your indoor air quality problem is due to a filthy air duct. If they find that the vents are the ones causing the problem, they will clean them and perform necessary repairs. They commit to improving the air quality in your home and making sure that your ducts perform normally.
We serve the HVAC needs of customers from Mishawaka, South Bend, Elkhart, Plymouth, Columbia City, Warsaw, Fort Wayne, LaPorte and Rochester, Indiana as well as Niles to St. Joseph, Michigan.
No matter what kind of air cleaning system you install, you will only be circulating all of the pollutants in your duct work unless you have it thoroughly cleaned. If you need more convincing, take a hand mirror and a flashlight, remove a floor vent and peek inside. Another sign to look for is a buildup of dust on your cold air return vents.
Dirty ducts don’t just put your HVAC system at risk of damage. They can also affect your family’s health, triggering asthma attacks, coughing and sore throat, flu-like illnesses and eye and throat irritation.
We can’t stress enough the importance of cleaning your air ducts regularly. If you suspect your home has dirty ducts – and almost every home does – call Home Comfort Experts for HVAC vent cleaning and repair services in Indiana and Michigan.
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How Air Duct Cleaning Works
Even the most thorough and organized housekeeper cannot prevent the gradual buildup of dust and debris inside the air ducts of your home’s heating and air conditioning system. Fortunately, we’re here to provide quality air duct cleaning to Indiana and Michigan residents.
1. Inspect the Air Ducts
Once our technicians arrive at your home, they will proceed to inspect your ducts first. They will determine the extent of cleaning that is needed and look for any cracks or leaks that may cause issues during cleaning.
2. Cover Filters and Vents
Our team will cover the filters and block off your furnace at the filer compartment and top of the furnace, to keep dust and debris from drifting in the rooms as we work. Every home’s air duct system is unique. Count on our technicians to find all the filters and vents to be covered.
3. Gain Access to the Vacuum Hose
If your duct work has existing access openings, our team will use one of these to enter the vacuum hose for the cleaning process. Otherwise, our technicians will drill a small opening into the duct work. Once access is available, they will insert the vacuum hose into the air ducts.
4. Insert a Compressed Air Nozzle
Our technicians will insert a compressed air nozzles, brushes and whips and other tools into selected supply and return vents. The compressed air agitates stuck dust and blow all the dirt and debris toward the vacuum hose, which absorbs and delivers the dirt to our machinery.
5. Specialized UV Equipment
Our team uses a specialize system that uses UV lights and creates peroxide molecules that flow through the duct system and house and kill bacteria, germs, mold, viruses, odors and noxious gases on contact.
6. Clean Other Parts
After the thorough cleaning of your Indiana or Michigan home’s vents and main trunk lines, our technicians will continue to clean other parts of the duct work. These parts include the indoor cooling system, furnace, filter area and blower compartment.
7. Seal all the Openings
Before we leave your home, we will make sure your duct work is as good as new by sealing all the openings we’ve made with inspection panels. These panels are attached to the duct work with screws to ensure minimal to no air leakage.