Without clean air passages, no man could climb Mount Everest, run the four-minute mile, or shout to friends in neighboring states. Revel in unclogged airways with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a residential-air-duct cleaning from East Coast Vent (a $99.95 value). This Groupon is valid for Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bristol, and Plymouth Counties.
East Coast Vent’s purity police keep buildings safe from airborne contaminants and toxins by using top-of-the-line machinery and techniques designed to aerate a home's nasal passages. Utilizing portable Ruwac HEPA-filtered vacuums, East Coast Vent's air-duct cleaning includes a through wind-whipping of one main ventilation line, one return, and an unlimited number of vents.
During cleanings, East Coast Vent's experienced wind-wards will take aim at lingering dust, dirt, construction debris, pet dander, dust mites, and microbial contaminants including mold and mildew. Technicians will use a rotobrush method to extricate entrenched debris, and then high-powered vacuums will extract the displaced air funk, ensuring that no excess dust will exhaust back into the home. The resulting purified air vents can help reduce energy costs; alleviate headaches, allergies, and sinus problems; and eliminate hordes of breeding dust bunnies.
East Coast Vent
East Coast Vent’s assiduous staffers clear homes' circulatory systems of dust and debris with heavy-duty equipment and cleaning services for ventilation ducts and arterial passageways. The expert technicians arrive at doorsteps wielding a Ruwac vacuum, which employs a HEPA filter to siphon away allergens from dryer vents and air ducts. They can also install UV lights inside the HVAC duct to annihilate burgeoning swarms of bacteria, and they can swap out quickly deteriorating heat-system filters for permanent electrostatic filters designed to purify air indefinitely. After ensuring untainted lungfuls, the team unleashes FDA- and EPA-approved cleansers on sullied baseboards, undoing unsightly scuff marks and erasing condiment stains left from ketchup-packet hockey.