Cleaning Air Ducts: An Essential Last Step 

When planning repairs, reconstruction, or remodeling of your residence, include a post-project inspection of its HVAC system. During renovations, your ductwork risks exposure to an infiltration of debris and residues created and disrupted by the various tasks completed by work crews. The sources of this contamination vary: 

  • Dust, dirt, pollen, and spores tracked into staging areas 

  • Crumbled building materials on their way out after demolition, which can include hazardous substances such as plastics (polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs), fiberglass, lead, asbestos, silica, mercury, and other heavy metals 

  • Sawdust and fine metal filings as workers shape raw materials to fit into place 

Can Containment Alone Protect Air Ducts?  

Contractors working on repairs and improvements to your home may minimize the transfer of irritants and hazardous substances into your HVAC system by closing vents and installing temporary containment barriers during their activities. Although well-intentioned, the comfort and health of your family are too important to rely solely on their good-faith efforts. To set your mind at ease, call AdvantaClean of Marietta for air duct cleaning services immediately after construction is complete. 

Ethics and Expertise: AdvantaClean of Marietta 

Count on our crews to adhere to the standards and ethics of the National Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA). Technicians on our team completed the comprehensive training needed to earn designation as Air Systems Cleaning Specialist Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS).  

Source Removal Is the Standard 

We pledge to inspect your system thoroughly, using technological advances like borescopes to view all angles of your system’s internal configuration remotely in real time. Only after such an inspection can we recommend an honest and practical professional course of action to clear your system of the sources of contamination. If we do determine your air ducts need cleaning, expect us to do the following: 

  • Arrange repairs for or replacement of damaged sections of ductwork 

  • Prepare for system containment by closing all vents in the system

  • Create negative pressure containment throughout the HVAC configuration using powerful vacuum equipment installed through an access hole near the air handler--the hole edges are firmly sealed during the process 

  • Operation of the vacuum to suck contaminants out continuously during internal agitation to loosen debris and residues duct by duct--tools inserted and guided through each passage, including rotating brushes and whips that also use compressed air to dislodge dirt, dust, and construction detritus 

  • Cleaning of the various components of the heating, venting, and cooling system--heater, heat exchanger, air blower and motor, indoor evaporator coil, compressor, and more 

Rushing through home rehabilitation can cause heartbreak if residues from the project remain in your ductwork. Rather than enjoying your expanded or improved home, you will feel as though the construction phase never ended. Exchange endless dusting and vacuuming of recirculated debris for a sigh of relief when we finish our professional air duct system clean-up.   

Have confidence that the air duct cleaning team from AdvantaClean of Marietta will deliver the results you deserve as the finale to your home remodeling. Call (470) 819-2077 to set up an HVAC inspection. 

AdvantaClean of Marietta 

(470) 819-2077 

2265 Roswell Rd #100, Marietta, GA 30062

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