Home maintenance can be both expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, the internet is full of reliable resources to make the process of home maintenance more efficient. In today’s blog, our experts at Superior Air Duct Cleaning will cover the three most common cleaning methods we use for cleaning the air ducts in your home.
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This style of air duct cleaning focuses on vacuuming out the debris that is collecting on the walls of your air ducts, and then spraying a antimicrobial mist to prevent re-contamination. Negative pressure is arguably the best way to clean an air duct because it prevents fly-away debris from going into the air and the antimicrobial spray prevents further build up.
This method is what we use at Superior Air Duct Cleaning because it is thorough and removes as many contaminants as possible.
Air Sweep (Power Vacuuming Method)
This is the most thorough and expensive method of cleaning an air duct. However, it is results oriented. This method consists of using a large power vacuum cleaner as the only source of debris removal. If not done carefully it could tear your ductwork. Tearing ductwork is rare as most professional air duct cleaning services are particularly careful and thorough with this method of cleaning.
This type of cleaning method consists of an external machine that breaks contaminants loose from the duct.
Agitation services from some air duct cleaning companies include:
- Mechanically Rooted Brushes
- Air Whips
- Compressed Air Nozzles (also known as “skipper balls”)
- Contact Vacuuming
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All of these methods lead to the same result of contaminants being broken loose from the walls of your air duct. Removal of these contaminants will allow for cleaner air circulation in your home.
Contact the Experts at Superior Air Duct Cleaning
We believe the quality of air you breathe in your home affects your ability to think clearly, and your overall health. If you have questions and concerns about your air ducts, contact us online or call 1-800-803-3828 for more information.