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Air Duct Cleaning FAQs:

  1. How do I know if my air ducts need cleaning?Signs that your air ducts may need cleaning include visible mold growth, excessive dust or debris around vents, musty or unpleasant odors when the HVAC system is running, frequent respiratory issues or allergies among household members, or reduced airflow from vents.

  2. Will air duct cleaning reduce my energy bills? Air duct cleaning can potentially improve the efficiency of your HVAC system by removing debris that hinders airflow. This, in turn, may lead to energy savings. However, the extent of energy savings varies depending on factors such as the level of contamination and overall system condition.

  3. Can air duct cleaning help with allergies? Yes, air duct cleaning can help reduce allergens in your home. By removing dust, pollen, pet dander, and other contaminants from the ducts, it can contribute to improved indoor air quality and potentially alleviate allergy symptoms.

  4. Is air duct cleaning noisy or messy? Professional duct cleaning is typically a clean and non-disruptive process. Technicians use specialized equipment to clean the ducts, and measures are taken to minimize any mess or disturbance in your home during the cleaning process.

Dryer Vent Cleaning FAQs:

  1. How often should I clean my dryer vent if I use my dryer frequently? If you use your dryer frequently, it is recommended to clean the dryer vent at least once a year. This helps prevent lint buildup, maintain dryer efficiency, and reduce the risk of fire.

  2. Can I clean my dryer vent from the outside? Cleaning the dryer vent from the outside (venting exit) can help remove debris and lint visible at the vent opening. However, for a thorough cleaning, it is essential to have the entire vent system cleaned by professionals.

  3. Is it necessary to clean the dryer vent if I clean the lint trap regularly? While cleaning the lint trap is important, it does not eliminate the need for dryer vent cleaning. Lint can bypass the lint trap and accumulate in the vent system over time, leading to reduced airflow and potential hazards.

  4. How can I tell if my dryer vent is clogged? Signs of a clogged dryer vent include clothes taking longer to dry, a hot dryer and laundry area, excessive lint around the dryer, an overheating dryer, or a burning smell during operation. These indicate restricted airflow and the need for vent cleaning.


Home Steam Duct Cleaning

14 Dewlane Drive, North York, ON, Canada


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