Fresh US. Air helps create healthier homes through rigorous cleaning and preventive techniques. Technicians agitate offending dust and dirt particles before whooshing away filth with high-powered vacuums. Along with cleaning dryer vents and inspecting furnaces for safety and energy efficiency, the techs can also fend off future contaminants with sanitizing sprays, UV lamps, or anti-mold treatments.
TLC Air Duct Cleaning bestows much-needed tender loving care on hardworking heating and cooling systems. Technicians journey all across Washington to service homes, delving deep into HVAC systems to perform 21-point inspections and to clean, sanitize, and deodorize with UV lamps and negative-air-pressure vacuums.
Pro-Maids' insured cleaners leave no cushion unturned and no carpet unvacuumed as they tick off tasks from a 52-point checklist. During a regular housecleaning session, the maids run down the list and complete the basic work, wiping down baseboards, washing walls, scrubbing showers, vacuuming carpets, and dusting picture frames, knickknacks, and robotic butlers. Deluxe cleaning sees them hitting every single point on that checklist in six-hour sessions that include cleaning of the surfaces of appliances such as ovens, refrigerators, and dryers. To back up its work, Pro-Maids offers everyone a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Gary Fox Plumbing and Heating's team has wizard-like control over the elements, or at least two of them: water and air. Since 1983, the plumbers have traveled to homes and businesses to fix leaky pipes, unclog drains, and ensure water heaters are operating with efficiency. If necessesary, they can even strip out old pipes and install new systems. Gary Fox's team also maintains and installs HVAC equipment, including furnaces that run on gas, electric, or dreams.
ASK Duct Services' central-air centurions do battle with indoor air pollutants by performing thorough duct cleansings. With today's deal, ASK Duct Services will clear out up to nine registers and one return. After a complete inspection of a home's entire system, technicians cut a small access hole near the furnace to insert a 10" hose. This hungry hose is run up and down each duct and attached to a powerful vacuum, which will dislodge and then slurp up debris via high-pressure blasts from an air compressor. After technicians are done, all access holes will be resealed so that thoroughfares remain airtight, like well-burped Tupperware.
In 2011, a group of firefighters founded Red Emergency Prevention Services to keep local homes and families safe with emergency training and disaster prevention services. On certain days, the group’s off-duty firefighters lead CPR certification classes with responsive electronic dummies to help people of all ages learn how to save lives. They also contribute to the community by gathering canned goods for local food banks. Though that may seem separate from their other missions, these efforts help bolster community preparedness during disasters great and small. One-on-one, the team also conducts safety reviews in neighborhood homes and evaluates them on their fire and emergency preparedness. During those sessions, they check the readiness of smoke alarms, furnaces, and play kitchen sets, teach people how to turn off their gas and water during an emergency, and promote fire safety by cleaning out dryer vents.