Air duct cleaning

Do You Need Air Duct Cleaning ?

One of the most popular questions our customers ask when they begin researching is how the air duct cleaning process works and how one is to determine whether the vents need cleaning or not. 1. Use a screwdriver, remove a floor or wall register. 2. Using a mirror and flashlight, observe the condition of the ductwork. If you see that the vent contains any visible dust or debris, it is time to get the ducts taken care of. What You Need To Know About Duct Cleaning Air Duct Cleaning is a lot more complicated than just blowing out the vents in your home. Your air ducts are only part of the overall Heating Ventilation and Furnace System, which include the following components: Return vents, Supply vents, Coils ,Drain pan, Vent registers, Air plenum, Blower, Motor and Assembly, Heat Exchanger, Air Cleaner & Air Filter. The main reason why residential homes should have their ducts cleaned is because they accumulate dust! This accumulation can be the cause of a myriad of problems, including increased need for dusting, poor heating and cooling performance, and musty odors. While normal, repeated cycling of dust in a home can increase the need for air duct cleaning, other factors may push the air duct cleaning timetable forward even more, including: * Pets * Occupants with allergies or asthma * Cigarette or cigar smoke * Water contamination or damage to the home / Furnace system * Home renovation or remodeling projects

The problem

Your HVAC system is the heart providing climate control for the comfort of your family and guests. The same dirt, pollen and contaminants deposited in your carpet can also be collected and circulated in the air system. Dirty Systems and Bad Air Build Up Gradually, according to the American Lung Association, poor indoor air quality is a major cause of days lost from work and school. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says a build-up of dirt on heating or cooling coils can result in a 21% decrease in HVAC system efficiency.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

On a rainy day the first thing you want and need is for your dryer to work efficiently. Cleaning your dryer vents not only helps maintain the machine but helps it work more efficiently, and extends the life of the machine. Did you know that almost half of the lint produced in clothes drying escapes past the filter and gets trapped in the exhaust vent pipe? If the vent is clogged, your dryer can do its job properly, causing your clothes not to dry as quickly as they normally would. This can double your energy costs for the dryer or even more. If the vent becomes extremely clogged, it can become a fire hazard. If the hot air does not have an escape route, the dryer will become excessively hot, which could result in a fire. Your dryer vent hose and pipe should be cleaned annually to maintain efficiency and prevent fire risks.

Contact us immediately if:

* It takes more than one cycle to dry a load. * Your clothes are too hot to touch after drying. * The lint screen doesn’t capture any lint. * Your dryer shuts itself off unexpectedly. With the purchase of any duct cleaning service One Season USA uses a special air snake to clean dryer vents. It loosens lint, debris, and dirt, which are then removed by our powerful van-mounted vacuum. In addition to the the air snake, we also clean all areas inside the dryer that collect lint.

Our Methods

of duct cleaning vary depending on your unique situation. Typically, we will use specialized brushes to dislodge dirt and other debris, then vacuum them out with a high-powered vacuum cleaner. When cleaning your heating and cooling system, we make sure to clean all components of the system including coils, ducting, and equipment. Improved indoor air quality is one of the main benefits of air duct cleaning. Homeowners who have allergy issues report that they experience fewer symptoms after their forced air units have been cleaned. The process of air duct cleaning is also effective in odor reduction, especially if the home has smokers or pets. Another benefit of cleaning your air ducts regularly is the reduction in dust. Although forced air systems come equipped with filters, they are not 100% efficient. Some dust will always get through and settle inside the home’s air ducts. After a thorough cleaning, there is often a noticeable difference in the amount of dust in a home. In addition to improving indoor air quality and dust reduction, the process of air duct cleaning can result in financial benefits. When the air ducts are clean, the system doesn’t have to work as hard to push air through the vents. The result is that system will not have to run as long in order to reach the desired temperature. This results in savings in electricity bills and maintenance of the forced air system.

Cleaning Plan

Our process uses a powerful HEPA collection vacuum along with a combination of brushes and agitation tools to dislodge embedded dirt and contaminants from the HVAC system. Complete and total HVAC cleaning involves all the components of the forced air system, which include all the supply and return air ducts, registers, diffusers, grilles, fan, motor, housing and condensation drip pans.


Call the professionals at One Season USA Our process begins with a complete evaluation and inspection, we perform a physical examination of all your HVAC components, this will provide the most effective cleaning strategy and the scope of the work to be performed.


Upon completion a final inspection of our work including before and after photos will be supplied as a visual record of the job that has been completed. We’ll also make you aware of any damage or defects that were discovered within the ducts during cleaning, so you can arrange for any necessary repairs.

UV Light

UV lights have been proven for decades to effectively disinfect air, surfaces and water. UV air cleaners can help improve the environment your family lives in, especially if anyone in the home suffers from allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems. This system produces UV rays in your heating and cooling systems while disinfecting the air of bacteria, dust, mildew, fungi (mold) and other contaminants before it is circled back through your vents and into the homes breathing environment. The Safeguard UV Cleanser not only kills organisms, but also neutralizes volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Chemical gasses, solvents, glues and odor causing contaminants may be significantly reduced or eliminated by exposure to the Safeguard UV Cleanser in your system. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) states that up to 31percent of the pollutants in your home may be VOCs, which come from everything from the paint on the walls to household cleaners. The Safeguard UV Cleanser can neutralize these and improve your air quality.


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