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air duct cleaning FAQ
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The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends getting your air ducts cleaned every 3 to 5 years.

Reduces Allergens and Irritants.

People who suffer from allergies, asthma, and other respiratory problems are particularly sensitive to these airborne particles. A periodic air duct cleaning promotes healthier living…otherwise the dirty air in your home just keeps re-circulating over and over!

The most common methods used for air duct cleaning over the years is industry standard….

It is also less expensive, but still uses a vacuum, and spinning brush as the best cleaning tools. Removing the Source – this is the most common of all three methods for air duct cleaning.

  1. You Haven’t Changed the Air Filter in Months.
  2. The Registers and Vent Covers Have Visible Dust.
  3. You Detect Mold in or Around Your HVAC System.
  4. Airflow Isn’t Consistent From Room to Room. …
  5. You Can Hear Noises in the Ductwork.

Dryer exhaust vents should be inspected and cleaned at least once a year depending on the size of the household and dryer usage.

  1. Excess Dry Times. One of the first signs that your dryer vent is clogged is when your clothes are no longer fully drying during a regular dry cycle. …
  2. Burning Smell. Have you noticed a burnt odor coming from your dryer whenever you have a load going?
  3. Hot Exterior
  4. Sizable Lint

When a dryer vent is clogged, the drying cycle can double or triple in time. You’ll notice that clothes are not completely dry at the end of a regular cycle. … If your vent is blocked by lint, the air will stay in your dryer keeping your clothes hot and moist. Which can potentially cause a fire. So please call right away if you notice this happening to your dryer.

The DryerFlex meets the 4″ diameter specs. Flexible transition hose between the dryer and the wall outlet should be either the foil type or the aluminum flexible duct (most preferred). Do not use the plastic or vinyl. Concealed ducting must be rigid metal (galvanized or aluminum) duct.

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