When it comes to being smart with HVAC, air duct cleaning is one of the best investments you can make. As time goes on, the walls of your AC or furnace system become covered in layers of dust and allergens. These not only lead to discomfort for people breathing the air but can also put an undue burden on your HVAC systems.
Fortunately, if you live in Northeast Texas, you have a duct cleaning expert in your backyard. Read on for more information about the services we provide and the benefits of taking a brush to your ventilation.
Indoor air quality is a big problem in the 21st century, both here and abroad. As homes become better sealed against the elements, the importance of having clean air inside your home increases. Without even knowing it, your air duct system could be contaminated with particulates that are harmful to you and your family.
Each time the HVAC system turns on, it can circulate dust, dust mites, animal dander, pollen, and bacteria throughout the air inside your home. Below are a few statistics that help drive home the IAQ crisis that people in Longview and other parts of the world face:
Are you unhappy with the air quality in your home? Are those seasonal allergies getting worse? In Longview, a lack of duct cleaning can turn your home into a dust and allergen magnet, making it a never-ending chore to keep your living space clean. But that's just one benefit of getting your ventilation system regularly scrubbed:
Ditch the dust and reclaim your time! In Longview, our duct cleaning services keep your home cleaner for longer. Say goodbye to the constant need for dusting and welcome a hassle-free living space. Give us a call at 903.758.0701 to schedule service. We look forward to showing you why we're rated so highly on Google.
Before getting started, our technician will take a moment to introduce him or herself. They will then take a quick tour of your home. This will allow them to pinpoint the registers. Once that's done, he or she will get to work.
We scrub away the built-up dirt and debris with a rotary brush. An attached vacuum sucks up what is shed. To get to your air ducts, the tech removes each register to allow him or her to insert the vacuum hose. After cleaning each branch, the registers are reattached.
Getting access to your main air duct trunk lines can involve removing an end cap or making an 'access opening' which is repaired and sealed after the cleaning is done. If we find any issues with your ductwork, we will also make recommendations on repairing them.
Ben Maines Air Conditioning, Inc.'s team of duct cleaners has been serving the Longview area since 1949. That means we know what we’re doing and aren’t just some fly-by-night company trying to make a quick buck off of your family. Further evidence of this can be found in our reviews on Google and other platforms. To schedule your duct cleaning, give us a call at 903.758.0701.
It typically takes between four and six hours to clean ducts from start to finish. This number is about the average we see for a home with around 15 registers. Depending on the number of technicians present and the state of your HVAC systems, this time can vary widely. If time is of concern, let our technician know when he or she arrives.
Follow your instincts. If a price seems 'too good to be true', it probably is. Duct cleaning is hard, time-consuming work and, as with anything in life, you get what you pay for. This kind of price is either a 'come-on' that gets them in the door where they will up-sell you or a sign that the job won't be done very well. It's always better to deal with a company that you know and that will stand by their work. With Ben Maines Air Conditioning, Inc.'s Satisfaction Guarantee, we're not happy until you are!
Most experts recommend cleaning your ducts every three to five years. But there are a few reasons you might want to do so sooner. We suggest getting it done as soon as you move in to a new home. This allows you to start things off on the right foot. It's also a good idea to get it done after any major remodeling. Otherwise, the dust and debris will come back to haunt you for years to come. Pet owners and those with asthma will also want to stay closer to the 3-year mark.
Are you tired of fighting dust and scheduling multiple duct cleaning visits in a short time frame? Then, you'll want to take some steps. First, you'll want to regularly vacuum and sweep your space. You should also use microfiber dusters where possible. To keep dirt from aggregating, you'll also want to avoid closing and opening individual ducts. Indoor air purifiers and humidifiers can also make it easier to keep your HVAC system tide.