Duct Cleaning Services
A great many parts of the air conditioning and heating systems in your home have potential to build up mold spores, pet dander, dust, and other allergens in your home.
If someone in the househould smokes, this contamination of your home's indoor air only increases as the quality of the air you breathe decreases.
Aggravated asthma and allergy symptoms may become more prevalent due to irritants in the air and some may even become sick due to mold spores if your home has moisture problems that have had a chance to grow spores of mold in the ducts.
Call today so we can give you a free camera inspection of your home's air duct system so you can not only see what needs removed from your ducts, but that we have done the job afterward!
We believe in doing quality work and providing value for our customers.
KC Air Duct Cleaning can do residential duct cleaning, commercial duct cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, and a wide range of other cleaning services.
How often should my air ducts be cleaned?
Have pets and a busy life that makes you so busy you forget to book appointments?
No problem, we can remind you or set up a recurring maintenance plan.
Most air ducts need cleaned 1-2 times per year depending if there are pets in the home, you suffer from allergies, environmental dust is an issue, or if there are smokers in the home.
These can all affect the home's air quality and how long your ducts stay reasonably clean.
Why should I have my dryer vents cleaned?
Animals often like to make household fixtures like dryer vents a home.
Birds in particular may be attraccted to build nests in them because of the heat produced and the relatively sheltered environment they provide.
This was the case with one of our recent customers that had a dryer running hours on end and was still struggling to get the clothes dried.
As we found while inspecting their dryer vent, a bird had chosen their vent to make a home, effectively blocking the airflow and creating a dangerous situation for the customer and for their animal neighbors.
Remember the last time you cleaned the lint trap from your dryer?
Did you stare at the lint and wonder where did it all come from?
Dryers are actually damaging to clothes no matter how convenient they may be.
A consequence of this convenience is tiny fibers of fabric that shed from the clothes as they tumble their way to being warm and cozy.
The dryer collects this in a lint trap that most of us know to empty after every load, but sometimes fibers even get past that.
Then they end up being blown out the exhaust vent, or more often stuck inside the ducting for the vent where they build up and become a fire hazard.
This lint build up is one of the leading causes of house fires in the United States and is also one of the most preventable.
While the savvy homeowner can often get most of the lint hanging around the lint trap, a professional duct cleaning service can use powerful tools to blast away stuck on lint and debris.
A side benefit of this safety maintenance is that your dryer won't have to work as hard to dry your clothes, and will spend less energy when you do use it because it needs to run for less time.
How often should my dryer vents be cleaned?
As dryer vents should also be cleaned 1-2 times per year depending on how frequently they are used and the amount of lint that builds up we often have customers book both cleanings on the same visit. This creates a worry free schedule for getting the dryer vent cleanings done so you can mark it off your list and will be reminded when we come back to clean your air ducts.
How much does dryer vent cleaning cost?
Typically a dryer vent cleaning runs about $99 but our New Year's Resolution was to provide more convenience to our loyal customers so for a limited time we're now offering a free dryer vent cleaning with all whole house air duct cleanings!
Make sure to mention the promo code DVFREE to claim your free dryer vent cleaning today and get your indoor home air quality back!