Over their 10 years helping residents breathe easy, Air Care Cleaning technicians have learned a thing or two. In fact, they've perfected their technique, clearing homes' respiratory systems with a thoroughness that garners repeat customers. Cleansing ducts, for them, is a multi-step process. First, they seal off all the vents. Next, they use specially-designed tools to dislodge debris?this includes scraping away accumulated lint and scaring dust bunnies with an array of frightening masks. Once the dust and dirt is loosened, the team uses a large HEPA vacuum system to whisk it all away, and they conclude treatments with sanitizers and deodorizers upon request. Though duct cleaning is their specialty, technicians also clean furnaces, rugs, carpets, and tile. Some also enlist them to banish mold and install house humidifiers.
Professional Air Duct Cleaning helps create healthier homes through rigorous cleaning and preventative techniques. Technicians agitate offending dust and dirt particles before wooshing away filth with high-powered vacuums. Along with cleaning dryer vents and furnaces, staff can also fend off future contaminants with sanitizing sprays, UV lamps, or anti-mold treatments.
The experts at Goodfellas Heating and Cooling keep homes cool during the summer and warm during the winter. They can tune up and maintain equipment such as forced-air furnaces, air-conditioning systems, and humidifiers. Additionally, the techs can install completely new furnace or air-conditioning systems.
Bell Plumbing and Heating's highly trained technicians help customers escape Jack Frost's fury by performing comprehensive tune-ups of forced-air heating systems and boilers. Furnace authorities inspect the entire unit before cleansing the ignition system and burners and replacing filters clogged with heat-seeking Nerf missiles. Chafed motors receive a lubricating spritz of oil, and the heat exchanger undergoes a full-body exam to illuminate any heat seepage from cracks or defects. Lastly, technicians test all safety switches and test the air surrounding the system with a carbon-monoxide meter to check for traces of toxic molecules. The 45- to 90-minute service prolongs the life of heating equipment and reduces energy costs by ensuring the system heats the home efficiently instead of laboriously knitting sweaters for chilly residents.