Best Air Duct Cleaning Services in Pittsburgh
Whether you’ve been in your home for decades or you just hung the first shingle, air duct cleaning is a valuable investment.
Before and After
Do You Know What's In Your Air Ducts?
If you’re like most homeowners, as long as the air comes out the correct temperature, we assume our HVAC systems are working. Unfortunately, harmful contaminants can build up over time, and without proper air duct cleaning and regular air duct maintenance, you and your family can be at risk. Mold Medics is certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), so you can trust the job will get done right.
Did you know?
- Dirty ducts cause your energy costs to be higher. According to the US Department of Energy, the estimated 25-40% of wasted energy shortens the life of your equipment.
- Air duct cleaning should occur more often if there are smokers, pets or residents with asthma or allergies in the home, after remodeling, and prior to occupancy of a new home.
- Air duct cleaning can reduce microbial growth and increase efficiency as much as 40%!
- Even when filters are used, the heating and cooling system will still get dirty with normal use.
Have you noticed family members getting ill more frequently?
The same dust and dirt you clean in your home can build up in your air ducts. Improperly cared for air ducts can be the perfect nesting ground for pests and mold, being especially problematic for those with mold allergies and asthma.
Not all air duct cleaning services are created equal. Mold Medics is a member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Associations (NADCA), which requires us to follow certain industry standards. Our mold expert technicians’ main goal is to provide you with a higher level of service while allowing your home to have the chance to “breathe.”
Are your clothes taking an extremely long time to dry?
Neglecting to clean your dryer vents and air ducts can cause more issues than just extra-long dry times and higher utility bills. In fact, 2,900 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year, causing an estimated $35 million in property loss among many deaths and injuries. The US Fire Association recommends cleaning your vent pipe every 3 months.