U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies have found that indoor air may be two to five times - and occasionally more than 100 times - more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air pollutants can cause immediate and long-term health problems. Considering that the average American spends 90% of their time indoors, improving indoor air quality is vital. One way to improve a home's indoor air quality is to keep the air ducts clean. 


Air duct cleaning also results in energy savings. Pollutants collect and clog the heat exchanger, evaporation coil and duct in the HVAC system, making it work harder to heat and cool the home. Removing pollutants allows the HVAC system to work more efficiently.


  • Improves indoor air quality

  • Saves energy costs

  • Reduces the potential for mold growth

  • Extends HVAC equipment life

  • Provides a healthier environment for allergy sufferers

  • Removes unpleasant odors

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