Servicing Homes, Apartments, and Duplexes
Residential Air Duct Cleaning, in older homes (5+ years) has even bigger problems. Dirt and debris, mold and viruses, dust mites, and rodent droppings, can all accumulate over the years, unknown to the residents. Regular air duct cleaning is the only way to prevent these toxic air particles combined with dirt, pollen, germs, and other allergens which gradually settle as large buildups in your HVAC system and air ducts. These buildups provide a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and fungus, which contaminate your air as it circulates, filling your home and lungs with toxins and irritants. The buildup without the right tools and training can make the problem much worse!
New home air ducts are usually contaminated with building materials such as sheet rock dust, sawdust, and other leftover matter.
When your air ducts are cleaned regularly, professionally, and with Air Ducts Unlimited, you can breathe easy knowing that you and your loved ones aren’t inhaling harmful toxins or irritating contaminants each time you escape the heat on a hot day, or warm your home on a chilly night.
Transform your living and working spaces with Air Ducts Unlimited. As the leading air duct cleaning company in Northeast Oklahoma since 1990, we believe in providing exceptional service to improve your indoor environment. We ensure the highest quality of service, from residential to commercial spaces, leaving you with a fresh and clean HVAC system. Say goodbye to dust, molds, and allergens, and hello to a healthier, more comfortable living and working environment. Call us today at (918) 664-1146 and experience the Air Ducts Unlimited difference.
Here are some questions you should ask yourself before deciding to have your ventilation system cleaned:
• Make sure to check for dark filtration lines on the walls, ceilings and carpet that are in close proximity to the vents.
• Excessive dust, molds, mildews and buildup in the home or apartment
• Fluctuation in temperature or air flow throughout your home or apartment
• Increases in energy levels needed to operate the HVAC system at desired setting and room temperature.
• Recent home remodeling or construction jobs
• Dirty surfacing on vent covers
• Observe your vents for water damage or flooding that occurred in the ductwork. This can cause sediment build up in your system and cause more damage.