Locally Owned in Port St. Lucie, we service the entire Treasure Coast
area from Vero Beach down to West Palm Beach.
State Certified A/C Experts
Fully Licensed & Insured
5 Star Customer Service
Ducts can harbor mold, fungus, bacteria, and microbes. when pollutants and allergens from dust are present in your ductwork, they’re also circulating through the air inside your home. This health risk applies to both newly constructed homes and those that have undergone renovations containing potentially contaminants such as dust particles originating from wallboard insulation or wood shavings used during construction work.
Our team of experts understands the importance of clean air and is dedicated to helping Port St. Lucie residents and businesses remove harmful toxins from their air ducts. We understand the impact that poor air quality can have on a person’s health, and will do everything we can to keep everyone safe by ensuring all toxic fumes are eliminated from your vents.
Air Duct Cleaning FAQ
Don’t ignore obvious signs that your HVAC ducts need a good cleaning. Your family’s health is at risk!
When Should I Clean My Ductwork?
There are many signs that your ducts need to be professionally cleaned. Some obvious signs to look for are allergy or respiratory problems by a family member, poor air circulation throughout your home, accumulation of dust on your air vents, clogged air filters, or bad odor (mildew) coming from your air system. Keeping your ducts regularly cleaned and maintain will extend the lifespan of your air conditioning unit.
How Often Should You Clean Air Ducts?
We recommend cleaning your ducts every 3 to 5 years to optimize the air quality of your home and the longevity of your HVAC system. If you have pets or suffer from allergies, we recommend more frequent cleanings. If your home has had recent renovations or construction work done, we recommend cleaning your ducts to remove harmful dust particles.
Do Dryer Vents Need Cleaning Too?
YES they do! Clogged-up dryer vents are the number one cause of house fires in the United States. Getting your dryer vent cleaned is an easy add-on to your regular duct cleaning process and will keep your family safe and help your laundry dry faster.
Contact Above All Air Today!