Air Purification

Reduce home allergies with clean air.

Does your family suffer from Allergies? Asthma? Headaches? The Indoor Air Quality at your home may be to blame. According to the EPA, “Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks.” Some pollutants that can affect the air quality in your home are: dust mites, molds, bacteria, viruses, pet dander, gas cooking stoves, tobacco smoke, cleaning products, pesticides, varnishes, paints, adhesives, building materials, and furnishings. While getting an air purification system will not solve all of your health issues, it will significantly improve the cleanliness of the air you and your family are breathing.

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Duct Cleaning

We’ve all heard the saying, “Just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not there.” Although we rarely think of them, many times air ducts are the dirtiest, most contaminated part of your home. Why? Over time and through changing seasons dust, mold, mildew, pollen, pet dander, and other contaminants will collect within your air ducts- All of which is circulated through your central air system. So, every time your HVAC unit turns on, the fan will circulate that contaminated, dirty air into your home. In fact, according to the EPA, levels of air pollution inside of your home can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels!

What to Expect

Inspection

Maynard Select technician replacing air filter.

One of our highly trained, air quality technicians will inspect your duct work to tell you what you are breathing. No, he won’t be crawling around in your ducts, but rather using a video inspection system to evaluate your home’s duct work for dirt, debris, animal droppings, mold, moisture, and more to determine if a duct cleaning is necessary to improve your indoor air quality.

Cleaning Process

Duct cleaning to help indoor air.

We start by removing all of your register covers and thoroughly cleaning them to remove all dirt, grime, and contaminants.
Next, our Air Quality technician will insert the hose and rotating brush head into your duct work.
Once the ducts are thoroughly scrubbed we can spray them with an EPA registered antimicrobial mist.