Are you remodeling your kitchen? Your bathroom? Finishing your basement? It’s time to get your ducts cleaned!
Just imagine when the contractors are sawing the studs and cutting into the drywall to make the walls… All of that saw dust and gypsum board is flying into the air. And what is the contractor wearing? A mask and safety glasses to keep from breathing it in or getting it in his eyes!
Then the contractor moves to the floor… Cutting tile. Mixing grout. Still wearing his protective gear. Sometimes even gloves because the chemicals in the grout are not okay to be left on the skin. Yet, they are left behind in your home to dry with very little ventilation. These chemicals are then sucked into your duct system and pumped around your home.
Then they paint, install cabinets, and multiple other tasks. All the while spewing chemicals and dust particles around your home.
Why should you get your ducts cleaned after remodeling?
It might seem that you should just stop the project, but let’s face it, you can’t leave your home stuck in the past. You have to tear down that wood panelling or wallpaper the couple before you put up.
Instead, finish your project and call us. Having your ducts cleaned after your remodeling project helps to get this excess gypsum, wood particles, dust, etc. out of your duct work and out of your air. After all, if the contractor didn’t want to breathe it in, then why should you?
In addition to cleaning the particles out of your ductwork, we sanitize the entire system killing any of the allergens, bacteria, or chemicals still existing in your home. We want you to breathe the cleanest air possible!
Steps of Duct Cleaning after Remodeling:
- We come in and evaluate your system.
- Remove the vents and cold air returns and clean them.
- Clean down into the system pushing the dust and dirt back into the trunkline.
- Use the Rotobrush to clean out your trunkline back to the furnace.
- Sanitize the entire system.
- For an extra fee, we can clean your furnace coils and dryer vent too.
We use the top of the line Rotobrush system with a negative air machine hooked to it so the particles leave with us and do not stay in your home.
Call us to find out when we should come to help you finish your home remodeling project.
Owner of Midwest Carpet and Duct Cleaning