From time to time, the technicians of StarDucts Air Duct Cleaning recover cultural artifacts from inside their customers' walls. They have found soda bottles, toys, and paper in vents, along with the standard debris that blocks the passages through which clean air should travel. These treasures aren't exactly typical, but they bespeak a larger need for at-home duct maintenance. In the interest of efficient furnaces and an untainted indoor atmosphere, the StarDucts team wields an arsenal of advanced tools to expel dust, pollutants, and allergens in addition to the odd can of pop.
Negative-pressure vacuums strip away these grimy remnants during cleaning visits, and purge dryer vents of lint that can hinder the machine's function. Furnace inspections pinpoint potential maladies, and electrostatic filters enhance air quality even further by collecting particles with magnetic charges. The staff also installs germicidal UV lights, whose beams shut down bacteria and viruses from inside the duct system. The locally owned business only dispatches seasoned employees on house calls, each of whom must undergo hands-on training while living in vents to learn the culture and language of dust bunnies.
The licensed, bonded, and insured technicians from Clean Air Solutions help homeowners breathe a little easier. Equally capable of vacuuming air ducts or thoroughly scrubbing them with a motorized, rotating brush, the team protects air quality in the home by removing the dust and contaminants that continuously circulate from room to room. For an even more in-depth cleaning, the company also uses intense, ultraviolet light to kill bacteria and mold living within the vents, or they can install long-lasting electrostatic filters, which trap mildew and pollutants with far greater efficiency than traditional filters or microscopic strips of fly paper. Clean Air Solutions' team can also clear out clogged dryer vents and inspect furnaces to ensure that a home's systems are operating as efficiently as possible.
MaxAir Services LLC's technicians are the human equivalent of fresh breezes—they leave clean, fresh-smelling air in their wake. The techs begin every appointment with a thorough inspection of duct systems, hunting for evidence of mold, blockages, or the simple settling of dust and dander over time. After identifying any issues, they remove and clean every register, grille, and grate. Then, they run a powerful vacuum through every inch of the duct system, working zone by zone so that they don't just displace dirt into a part they already cleaned. When they're done, they put everything back together as if they'd never been there, reinstalling every grate and wiping their presence from your memory.
Dust. Pet dander. Allergens. These are all things that can get in the way as your ducts move clean, fresh air from room to room. The insured technicians from Duct Cleaning Connection help protect indoor air quality by performing thorough checkups and cleanings for vents and central heating and air conditioning systems. These cleanings improve the systems' overall energy efficiency by clearing any blockages that impede the flow of temperate air. Cleanings can also eliminate the hidden swaths of mold, mildew, or expired scratch-and-sniff stickers that can spread musty odors throughout the home, and can identify potential problems before they lead to costly repairs.
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.
When customers call Seattle Home Pro, they get access to a hand-picked list of the area's certified professionals and handymen, whom are licensed, bonded, insured, and background checked. Customers get an instant price estimate for their desired job—doorbell repair, fence painting, thermostat installation, and more—then select a handyman from the list of available workers. Handymen can perform small-scale services such as furniture assembly, or large-scale jobs such as full kitchen remodeling—everything necessary to fix up a home.