Advanced Air Care Solutions
Air Duct Cleaning Specialists
You work hard to keep your home healthy and clean for your family, but no matter how clean
your home may seem on the surface, harmful contaminants could be lurking in the places you can’t see.
This is where the professionals at AACS Air Duct Cleaning come in. Using precise and powerful state-of-the-art equipment,
they can remove dust, dirt, debris, and the irritants which can cause illness or allergies.
Once your air ducts have been professionally cleaned, your indoor environment will be
clean, fresh, and healthy. According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association
(NADCA), the average six-room house collects 40 pounds of dirt, dust and allergens in its
air ducts each year. And that’s a big problem, considering that 40,000 dust mites can
thrive in only one ounce of dust. Those little dust “bunnies” contain a host of unhealthy
bacteria, fungi and mold. The EPA estimates indoor air can be two to five times more
polluted than outdoor air. Even worse, the contaminated air circulates throughout your
house every time the heating or cooling system kicks on. So it is always important to remember that the
air you breathe, even the air inside your house, can become contaminated.
When we come to your home to clean your air ducts, we will first start by doing an
inspection. From there, they will make access into your air duct to begin cleaning them
with high powered vacuums, ensuring all debris is removed from the air duct. Our
technicians will ensure all seals and covers are cleaned as well. After our technician has
done a complete cleaning of your air duct system, they will do another inspection to
ensure every inch of your air duct has been cleared of dirt and debris. We also offer
sanitizers and deodorizers, which are eco-friendly and safe for everyone in your
household. Byusing sanitizers and deodorizers, you are ensuring that no bacteria, or odor causing dust or debris left
behind. No pet odors, cigarette smoke odors, or just old dust odor in general will be left behind.
Electrostatic Air Filters are top of line in air filtration. The traditional, disposable air filter may be
convenient, but sometimes convenient is not efficient, and in a situation where you are deciding how
clean the air you are breathing is, you really do not want to take any shortcuts! Did you know that
oftentimes the air inside our homes and offices is more polluted than the outdoor air? This is due to a
number of factors such as airborne allergens, molds and other pollutants. The standard disposable air
filters we are accustomed to using are simply not capable of trapping these small particles. So over time,
this leads to a buildup of molds, spores and fungi within the HVAC system itself. Then whenever the
system runs, it broadcasts these tiny particles into every room of your home or office, and ultimately
into your lungs. Electrostatic Air Filters are "drop-in" replacements for existing disposable filters and are
up to 25 times more effective, which means they will be able to trap those particles before they can
make their home in your ducts. Electrostatic filters also contain a special anti-microbial agent designed
to limit and control airborne bacteria, germs and fungi as well as reduce odors. Best of all, Electrostatic
air filters are permanent, and washable, meaning no more disposable air filters.
If you haven’t done extensive research into air purifiers, then it would be safe to assume that you may
think all air purification systems work the same, designed to clean the air by catching pollutants. This is
not that far off, really, as all air purifiers task is to purify the air. However, there are many crucial
differences between different types of air purifiers, and the wide variations in air purifiers mean that
there is really no one single air purifier that is appropriate for all applications. When it comes to
biological pollutants, for instance, it is really the UV air purifier that you should trust to do the job. UV
air purifiers do not filter the air, nor do they simply remove dust and dirt from the air in any other
fashion like a traditional air filter. Instead, UV air purifiers are used in order to actually destroy biological
pollutants. UV germicidal lights are installed within the ductwork of an HVAC system, typically near the
air handler, so as to treat all of the air that passes through the system. They emit small amounts of UV
radiation that are entirely confined to the ductwork, and safe for residents within the home, but
devastating to biological pollutants. These pollutants are actively destroyed and rendered incapable of
reproduction. Because UV air purifiers cannot filter the air, though, they are a supplement to air filters
or purifiers, not a replacement for those devices.
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