The everyday health of your home starts in your air ducts. The same dirt, pollen and contaminants deposited in your carpet can also be collected and distributed by your home's HVAC mechanical system. Removing these health hazards at the source can improve your family's health and increase the efficiency of your system, saving you money and maintenance.
We also provide HVAC system and air duct cleaning for your business. Your HVAC system is the heart of your facility, affecting indoor air quality and climate control for the comfort of your employees, guests and tenants. Improved indoor air quality can have a positive effect on the health of your building occupants and on the HVAC system itself.
Steamatic has over 40 years of air duct cleaning and decontamination experience; we lead the industry in solving indoor air quality problems. Steamatic equipment utilizes HEPA filtration to trap the extracted contaminates so they are not redistributed in your home or business.
Our cleaning procedures conform strictly to the high standards of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA). Our technicians are fully trained in the latest techniques, and equipped with state of the art equipment to perform the most thorough cleaning possible.
Air duct cleaning is an important step in keeping your HVAC system running efficiently and contributing to better indoor air quality. The National Air Duct Cleaners Association, or NADCA, recommends that air ducts are cleaned at least every three to five years, depending on your circumstances. According to NADCA, you should especially consider air duct cleaning if you have pets that shed a lot, if anyone in your family has asthma or allergies, if there are residents who smoke indoors, or if you notice evidence of rodents or other animals living in the ductwork. They also suggest that you have your air ducts cleaned prior to moving into a new home or if there is ever damage to your HVAC system from flooding or fire. There are many benefits to having your air ducts cleaned, but air ducts that are extremely dirty may indicate a greater problem within the HVAC system itself.
While there is no evidence currently to unequivocally prove that air duct cleaning will relieve allergies, removing dust and debris from ductwork can contribute to better indoor air quality and may help you to breathe easier. The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends that sufferers of allergies or asthma should especially consider having their air ducts cleaned, at least every three to five years. Air duct cleaning can remove dust, pollen and other contaminants from the ducts and keep them from being redistributed throughout your home. If you or someone in your family suffers from allergies and you suspect that it's related to dirty air ducts, a thorough air duct cleaning may offer some relief, in addition to its many other benefits.
Air duct cleaning that is done properly and thoroughly can contribute to better airflow. Clean air ducts work more efficiently and therefore improve airflow throughout your home. If your air ducts are dirty or clogged, or blocked by large obstructions, the airflow will be inhibited. Removing any obstructions and buildup of dirt and dust will let air move more quickly throughout the ducts, and the air itself will be cleaner too. Air duct cleaning can help improve the efficiency of your HVAC system and keep you and your family more comfortable.