Clean Duct Dirty Duct
Dirty Heating & Cooling Ducts are a major health hazard to you and your family. They should be cleaned every 2 to 3 years. One major health hazard is mould growth that may occur inside the hard surface duct or in other components of the system.
ALARM: INDOOR AIR POLLUTION!!!
Duct Heating & Cooling functions as the respiratory system of your home. When it’s dirty, contaminated and congested it becomes the biggest culprit in poor air quality. Dirty ducts are infested with vermin such as rodents and insects. They also circulate odour’s and release dirty particles that greatly affect the health and comfort of your entire family.
Scientific researchers have found that airborne dust in the home may be your family’s worst enemy. Studies show that the air inside your home can be 10 to 100 times more polluted than the air outside.
THERE ARE THINGS TO REMIND YOU THAT IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO CLEAN YOUR AIR DUCTS.
- If you suffer from allergies or unexplained symptoms or illness.
- If you find your air ducts are contaminated with large deposits of dust or mould.
- If you sneeze when your ducted heating/cooling is on.
- If you find that you’re always dusting furniture.
- If your heating bill is going through the roof.
- If your home isn’t heating up like it used to.
SILVER STAR CARES ABOUT THE AIR YOU BREATHE:
We provide a five step Duct Cleaning process.
- Cleaning the Return Air Duct System
Remove & clean the return air vent cover and filter. Using a high reversed air pressure to dislodge debris, then a powerful vacuum machine is used to extract dust & debris.
- Cleaning the Main Unit
Open the heating unit remove & clean the fan cover, use high air pressure to clean.
- Cleaning Duct Outlets
Individually clean every duct outlet in your home using a high reversed air pressure to loosen the dust & debris inside which is then extracted out using the powerful vacuum machine.
- Restart the System
After cleaning the entire system our cleaner will switch on the system to make sure it is working properly as before the cleaning process.
- Sanitize & Deodorize the system
Apply a natural antiseptic bactigas (tea tree oil based gas) to return air vent. This prevents the build up of bacteria & dust mites, and leaves a pleasant fresh fragrance.