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The air ducts in your home or business can become a major source of indoor air pollution. Every time your heating and cooling equipment operates, airborne contaminants, including dust, pet dander, pollens and molds, are pulled into the ducts. Over time, these contaminants build up inside the ductwork, creating a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, fungi and other microbes. These contaminants can also significantly decrease the efficiency of your heating or cooling system.
Air duct cleaning can enhance the indoor air quality of your home or business, eliminate built-up dirt, dust and contaminants, and extend the life of your heating and cooling systems. Air quality be further enhanced by using other indoor air quality systems.
The expert technicians at Blue Sky Plumbing & Heating can handle your needs for air duct cleaning in Denver and the metro area. Our service vans have specialized vacuum units, hoses and tools to remove all the dirt and dust, leaving your home fresh and clean!
Reasons to Clean Your Air Ducts
- The EPA states that indoor air has been found to be up to 70% more polluted than outdoor air.
- Children and the elderly are more likely than active adults to be affected by polluted indoor air.
- The average 6-room house can collect up to 40 pounds of dust/dirt.
- Some air ducts have been found to have more germs than a chicken coop.
If you think duct cleaning might be a good idea for your home, but you aren't sure, talk to a professional. Blue Sky Plumbing & Heating professionals can evaluate your home and suggest the services you need. Do not assume that all duct cleaning service providers are equally knowledgeable and responsible. We comply with the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) standards.
What to Expect from Blue Sky's Air Duct Cleaning Service
You can always expect us to treat you fairly and honestly.
- Open access ports or doors to allow the system to be cleaned and inspected
- Inspect the system before cleaning to ensure there are no asbestos-containing materials
- Use vacuum equipment that protects your home from dislodged particles
- Protect your carpet and furnishings during the cleaning
- Protect the duct work, including sealing and re-insulating any access holes so your ducts remain airtight
- Follow NADCA‘s standards for air duct cleaning and NAIMA‘s recommended practice for ducts containing fiberglass lining or constructed of fiberglass duct board.
How to Prevent Dirt from Re-Entering the Air Duct System after Cleaning
- Use high efficiency air filters (ask for our recommended styles).
- Change your filters regularly.
- When maintaining your heating and cooling system, be sure to clean cooling coils and drain pans.
- During construction or renovation work that produces dust in your home, seal off supply and return registers and do not operate the heating and cooling system until after cleaning up the dust.
- Vacuum your home regularly using a high efficiency vacuum (HEPA) cleaner or the highest efficiency filter bags your vacuum cleaner can take.
- If your heating system includes in-duct humidification equipment, be sure to operate and maintain the humidifier strictly as recommended by the manufacturer.
Call (303) 421-2161 for Air Duct Cleaning in Denver and Surrounding Areas from the Blue Sky Pros
We service Applewood, Cherry Hills, Arvada, Golden, Evergreen and the entire Metro Denver area. You can find a more in-depth look into our service areas here.
Footnote on what we cannot do: Blue Sky will never participate in any scheme that quotes an ultra low price for duct cleaning up-front, only to raise the price many times over once we show up. If you see an offer for low-priced air duct cleaning in Denver and are tempted to call the retailer; please beware. You simply cannot get your ducts professionally cleaned for $49.
*Source: EPA Indoor Air Publication EPA 402-K-97-002, October 1997