Air Duct Cleaning

East Coast Air Conditioning offers high quality air duct cleaning and resurfacing that will remove contaminants from your HVAC duct system, without cross contaminating other areas. Utilizing the Rotobrush Brush-beast along with negative and positive air pressures we will brush, sweep, vacuum and fog away all dirt, dust, pollen, mildew, and mold from your air ducting system without leaving a mess behind. Our Air Duct Cleaning menu is simplified to fit everyone’s needs. With competitive pricing and superior service, you’ll be sure to recommend East Coast Air Conditioning to anyone who asks.

After cleaning installing an Air purifier, air cleaner, &UV light(s) will continue to keep you air quality high and pollutants to a minimum

SHOULD YOU BE CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR INDOOR AIR QUALITY?

The quality of your home’s indoor air is affected many factors. Higher indoor air quality is associated with several benefits, including physical comfort, long-term health, and even greater HVAC efficiency and lower utility bills. If you aren’t sure whether your home might benefit from an improvement in air quality, there are several signs you can use to evaluate your need for better indoor air quality control.

* Your Family Includes Asthma or Allergy Sufferers

Asthma and allergies are often caused by certain triggers. Many of these triggers are small particles that are inhaled when present in indoor air, such as smoke, pollen, animal dander, dust mites, and cleaning chemicals. If your family includes an asthma or allergy sufferer, poor indoor air quality can lead to chronic symptoms that seem worse while at home, causing general discomfort and often increasing medical costs associated with symptom control. One of the easiest ways to improve your living environment by reducing these airborne triggers is to install an air cleaner, air purifier, or UV lamp to remove or neutralize asthma and allergy triggers when they enter your home. Humidity control systems can also improve asthma and allergies by better maintaining a level of humidity that is comfortable for individuals with these conditions.

* You Spend a Lot of Time Cleaning

Dusting may be a common and necessary cleaning task, but if you find yourself dusting frequently and feel like you’re fighting a losing battle against dust and dirt accumulation, your existing HVAC filter may not be sufficient to keep your home’s air clean. Particularly in dusty areas or busy homes, dirt and dust tracked in by family members and animals or particles that enter through open windows and doors can overwhelm your HVAC system quickly, choking your appliances and leading to layers of dust that rarely seem improved by regular cleaning. Investing in an indoor air quality solution such as an electrostatic air cleaner can help to target these particles and eliminate them from the air you breathe and the surfaces of your home.

* Your Home Is Relatively New

New homes are built to better standards in terms of HVAC efficiency than ever before, improving air quality by ensuring that proper ventilation and efficient heating and cooling appliances are used. However, new homes can also be subject to a process called offgassing, which occurs as materials such as fabrics, flooring, adhesives, paints, and varnishes release molecules called volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, into your air. VOCs are associated with respiratory irritation that can mimic asthma and allergies, as well as other chronic diseases following long-term exposure to these compounds. If your home is new and you aren’t sure whether low-VOC materials and paints were used in its construction, installing an indoor air quality product designed to neutralize VOCs can ensure that your home provides a comfortable and healthy environment from day one.

If you’d like to learn more about your home’s indoor air quality and how it affects your health, comfort, and daily costs, our expert HVAC technicians are here to help. We are pleased to offer comprehensive heating and AC service throughout the Columbus area, including indoor air quality products and solutions designed to create a healthier and more efficient home environment for your family. You can reach our AC company to request an appointment via our website

* Deciding Whether or Not to Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Knowledge about the potential benefits and possible problems of air duct cleaning is limited. Since conditions in every home are different, it is impossible to generalize about whether or not air duct cleaning in your home would be beneficial.

If no one in your household suffers from allergies or unexplained symptoms or illnesses and if, after a visual inspection of the inside of the ducts, you see no indication that your air ducts are contaminated with large deposits of dust or mold (no musty odor or visible mold growth), having your air ducts cleaned is probably unnecessary. It is normal for the return registers to get dusty as dust-laden air is pulled through the grate. This does not indicate that your air ducts are contaminated with heavy deposits of dust or debris; the registers can be easily vacuumed or removed and cleaned.

On the other hand, if family members are experiencing unusual or unexplained symptoms or illnesses that you think might be related to your home environment, you should discuss the situation with your doctor.