Duct and HVAC Cleaning
Emergency remediation and restoration from the most trusted team in North Carolina.
At a stunning frequency, the interiors of our homes and businesses are more polluted than the outdoor air of the largest U.S. cities. This hazardous indoor air quality presents numerous health concerns, particularly for children and the elderly, who are experiencing instances of asthma at a growing rate. Fortunately, you can boost indoor air quality and minimize these threats by cleaning your air ducts regularly and as-needed in certain circumstances.
Since 1992, AFTERDISASTER has helped home and small business owners in North Carolina keep their indoor air healthy with a clean heating and cooling system. Our world-class professionals carefully employ advanced mechanisms to conquer the source of pollutants.
When you’re due for an HVAC cleaning, call our trusted team at (800) 948-0242 to ensure a most healthful indoor environment for your home or business.
When to Clean Your HVAC
Authoritative organizations like the Environmental Protection Agency and National Air Duct Cleaners Association offer helpful guidance for when to have your air ducts professionally cleaned. Such circumstances include:
- Regularly—Every three to five years
- Your property recently experienced fire, smoke or water damage
- Airflow seems restricted
- You suspect mold
- Insects or rodents enter or exit your ductwork
- A “poof” of dust is visible when air is exiting the vents
- Black residue surrounds the vents
Cleaning Your Ductwork After Fire or Water Damage
Emergencies such as fires and floods leave harmful substances within your HVAC, which permeate your home or business when the system operates. In the case of fires, soot is the concern, while water damage requires antimicrobial treatment to prevent mold growth. Professionally cleaning your ducts following such emergencies is critical to the health of your property and its occupants.