When the technicians at AirTech Heating & Cooling perform tune-ups on furnaces and air conditioners, they're not simply keeping them from breaking; rather, they're looking for ways to make them run better. That's why they keep a comprehensive checklist handy during routine maintenance services. They have developed this checklist according to their mission to help their clients whittle down their energy bill without sacrificing indoor comfort.
When dust builds up on the inside of air ducts, it can disperse throughout the home, causing allergic reactions and respiratory issues. With this in mind, the technicians at Perfect Plus Furnace & Duct Cleaning return air ducts to their original state so homeowners can breathe more easily. Air snakes and whips or a motorized rotary brush push dirt and lost Monopoly pieces into the main trunkline, where a HEPA vacuum sucks them away. The staff also mans the phones to answer homeowners' questions about what service is right for them and the likelihood of making a coat out of the lint trapped in dryer vents.
The EPA-certified technicians of Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning have been safeguarding indoor air quality since Jimmy Carter was in office. That's more than 32 years spent ensuring home air conditioners, furnaces, thermostats, and boilers are up to snuff. The team can also replace tired units with brand-new ones by Honeywell, Weil McClain, or Lennox, and is available 24 hours a day for emergencies, such as tending to a wall-mounted AC that has fallen and can't get up.
The insured technicians from National Duct Cleaning Services maintain indoor air quality with a full spread of residential and commercial tune-ups. Equally comfortable with cleansing vents in studio apartments or shopping complexes, they continually upgrade their skills with additional training and wield HEPA-filtered cleaning units. The interior treatments dislodge particulate debris and banish flourishing colonies of microorganisms, which can create unseemly odors, speed up corrosion, and give furnaces thermostat-raising fevers. After each cleaning, the technician will accompany clients on a visual inspection, occasionally using before-and-after digital photos of the vents to illustrate the results.
The Carpet Scientist takes a precise approach to carpet cleaning. Its techs start by pre-treating soiled areas with an all-natural cleaner that helps break up dirt and stains so they're easier to remove. Then, once the soil is loosened, it's extracted using a truck-mounted vacuum, before powerful steamers are deployed to clean the carpets down to the pad. Best of all, the process leave behind no residue and is effective on carpets of all thickness and flying abilities. In addition to treating carpets, the crews can also clear dryer vents to prevent household fires and clean air ducts to remove mold and allergens and make the air easier to breathe.