When most people see the inside of their ducts for the first time, they wish they hadn't. That's because everything from pet hair to dust and mites collects along the edges and filters into the air flowing throughout their homes. But the professional technicians at Duct Geeks make it their job to revert ducts back to a healthy state. The background-checked technicians clear ducts, vents, and chimneys, removing allergens that cause red eyes, runny noses, and inefficient heating and cooling. Duct Geeks use van mounted equipment to run their vacuum hoses straight to the furnace area to reduce noise and dust pollution inside the home during the cleaning process. Furthermore, every cleaning product they use is safe for families, the environment, and pets that crawl into small spaces. Their window cleaning services are detailed and thorough, assuring crystal clean glass panes every time.
For the past 30 years, homes in need of climate control have called upon the elite services of The Heating Specialist, whose contractors ply their professional expertise to help homes breathe easy again. Their services span all things heating and cooling and range from addressing design issues to outfitting a new home with freshly minted components. Most of the company's technicians are NATE certified, ensuring a high level of expertise whether they're performing complex maintenance or simply fanning an overheated homeowner with an air-conditioner brochure.
United Pro Clean uses advanced technology and processes to create clean and healthy homes. Technicians employ only organic, nontoxic products to clean carpets, after which they use a distinctive low-moisture system to dry the carpet quickly. A specially formulated pH-balanced fiber rinse cleanses upholstery without harming it. United Pro Clean's home-cleaning experts also purge air ducts and dryer vents of built-up contaminants, which can hurt air quality and even cause fires.
During more intensive cleaning jobs, United Pro Clean’s crews remove mold, which can cause disease and allergies. They use barriers to isolate mold spores, HEPA-filtration air scrubbers to kill mold and bacteria, and moisture-control equipment to prevent mold from growing. United Pro Clean’s technicians are also on call 24/7 to respond to water damage. When contacted, they immediately spring to action, evaluating the damage and cleaning and drying the area as quickly as possible.
Defenders of clean air, the technicians at First Pro Clean have made it their mission to completely eradicate dust, allergens, and bacteria from home airways. Besides helping homeowners breathe easier, proper HVAC maintenance also helps to reduce fire hazards in the home and ensures heating and cooling systems are operating as efficiently as possible. But First Pro Clean's expertise doesn't end with climate control––the staff can also clean carpets, tackle water damage, and remove harmful mold from the home before it has a chance to cause illness or turn all the walls into cheese.
Better Clean USA's technicians inspect clients' heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems. The staff rids air ducts of debris and families of squatting raccoons and ensures that furnaces and air conditioners operate optimally.
Revival Energy Group?s team employs sophisticated technology to detect cracks and imperfections that hinder a home?s air quality and energy efficiency. Technicians offer a host of home-analysis services, presenting energy models that accurately track energy usage and comfort assessments that inspect the home?s heating and cooling apparatuses. Experts employ infrared technology to register exact temperatures in different areas of the home while isolating invisible drafts and the snoring ghosts that create them. Through its partnership with Energy Trust of Oregon and Clark PUD, Revival Energy Group can also assist homeowners with the process of securing cash incentives, rebates, and state energy credits to help with the cost of improvements.
As articulated in an article in the Columbian, Revival Energy Group?s owner, Robert Brierley, holds certifications as an energy auditor and a building analyst. The Australian ?migr? studied engineering and also boasts a certification from the EPA.