Duct Cleaning by Griffin Air
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average home accumulates about 40 pounds of dust per year. You may see this manifest in your home in a number of ways:
- You are dusting more frequently than usual
- You notice unusual odors when your HVAC system comes on
- There is visible dust buildup on your vent grills
- You observe streaking or black marks around your vent grills
- You or any family members begin to suffer from allergies or respiratory issues within the confines of your home
Such signs indicate the need for an expert air duct cleaning, which Griffin Air can provide. We thoroughly clean heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to eliminate dust, pet dander, and other allergens from both residential and commercial heating and cooling systems.
Protect yourself against “blow-and-go” companies who use inadequate equipment and methods. WE ARE NOT A CARPET CLEANING COMPANY. Periodic cleaning of your home’s HVAC system can help to prevent the accumulation of pet dander, allergens, construction debris, and other dirt particulates within your heating and cooling system.
In addition, our technicians are HVAC certified, ensuring that Griffin Air team members that are sent to your home possesses an intimate knowledge of how the heating and cooling system works. Our level of expertise, matched with our company’s rigorous training standards, guarantees that your HVAC system and your home will always be in good hands.
At Griffin Air, we aim to be your one-stop, hassle-free partner for indoor air quality. We recognize that researching air duct cleaning appears to be a complicated and tedious chore, but don’t worry. Trust in Griffin Air, and we will turn your home’s complicated HVAC problem into a simple, comprehensive solution. There is no surprise charges or fees at the end. As Virginia’s most trusted air duct cleaner, we guarantee great service and accountability. No excuses.
- There is visual evidence of mold growing inside ducts or on other HVAC components.
- Mold can only be positively identified by an expert; final confirmation may require a laboratory test.
- Ducts are infested with vermin such as rodents or insects.
- Ducts are excessively clogged with dust, debris, or particles and are getting released into the home through the supply registers.
NADCA notes that contaminant buildup can also block airflow and force HVAC systems to work harder and for longer periods of time. This can increase energy bills and wear and tear on the systems themselves.