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With day-to-day movement, cooking, cleaning, pets and changes in outdoor environments, it is understandable that your home may have pollutants and allergens in the air. Light amounts of dust on furniture or return registers are a normal occurrence in any home. However, if a family member begins to experience frequent symptoms of colds, red and watery eyes, throat and nasal congestion, asthma, allergies or other respiratory illnesses it may be dirty air ducts that are the culprit.
Contact us today for your residential duct cleaning needs, you’ll be glad you did.
The ventilation system could be a breeding ground for dust mites and a receptacle for millions of dust particles, pollen, dander, mold and mildew spores. When you inhale the air inside your home you also inhale these contaminants, making you more susceptible to respiratory illness and allergy flare-ups.
This increased concentration of dust in your ventilation systems can lead to the environment inside your home being up to 100 times more polluted than the outside environment. Whether you’re at home, at school in a mall or any other enclosed space, the air contains contaminants that are invisible to the naked eye.
Ties 360’s Sarasota air duct cleaning crews get to work cleaning the entire system, not just vacuuming around the register and vents. Our crews use professional equipment to reach through the vents and right into the ductwork. No part of the system is left untouched, and all dust and grime is extracted and collected back into the equipment for disposal.
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Your air duct system conveys forced heat and cooling into your home. It also conveys any of the pollutants and debris that may be present inside your ducts. The pollutants and debris accumulate in the ducts, and when combined with moisture, can stick to the duct walls and become a breeding ground for mold, mildew, and other micro-organisms.
Breathing dust and micro-organism on a regular bases can compromise your health. Cleaning your ducts ensures that the air circulating into your home is healthy, safe, and free of pollutants.
Easily identified by its large vent and proximity to the furnace, your cold air return(S) is an integral part of the home ventilation system. There is often more than one cold air return in a home, and it draws air from the home into the furnace. Unfortunately it also draws in all the common debris present in homes such as carpet fiber, dust, pet hair etc.
Since the cold air return vent is the gateway to most debris and contaminants, cleaning it is an important part of the air duct cleaning process.
Contact our local Sarasota air duct cleaning experts today for a consultation. We’ll be able to answer all of your questions, and handle all of your heating and cooling service needs.
I called TIES360 because our AC was cooling part of the house fine, but one room was always too hot. That happened to be my office, so I got to where I just could’t stand it any longer. Kay at TIES360 explained to me how it was probably because of dirty ducts clogging the air flow, plus there could be some mold as well. She showed me how much more money I could save on my cooling costs by using TIES 360 Aeroseal service to seal any leaks in the AC ducts throughout the house. I couldn’t believe what a difference it made in the amount of cool air volume after that. I urge anyone who has similar issues in their homes to call TIES 360. Thank you so much, TIES 360.
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No, we will leave your home cleaner then we found it, which is our policy.
In residential homes it is recommended that the duct work is inspected every 2 years to determine if cleaning is needed. In commercial or medical duct work it is recommended that the HVAC system is inspected every year to determine if cleaning is needed.
Every home is different; it depends on the size of the HVAC system and the level of contamination. Your average 3 bedroom home takes an average of 5 hours per HVAC system.
This is one of the toughest questions to answer without seeing the property. Why is that? There are many deciding factors when determining the cost. The (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency states that you can expect to pay between $400 – $1200 per system depending on the contamination level.