Do you know what’s hiding in your heating and air conditioning duct work and what the impact may be? Accumulation of dust, mildew, mold, human and animal pet dander are common and may contribute to poor indoor air quality. Forced air heating and cooling systems are the most important system in your home for maintaining indoor air quality. Also, accumulations in your HVAC duct work can reduce the efficiency of the system costing you extra dollars and reduced comfort in your home. Part of maintaining this clean-air system is regular cleaning of the system itself.
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Using the industries best equipment and remote camera imaging you will see the need for the air duct cleaning before we begin and the results after we are done. Our multiple step inspection and cleaning process will remove unwanted allergens and debris that may otherwise affect your indoor air quality.
When you call for your FREE duct cleaning estimate make sure to ask about our Breath Easy* package. This package includes care of many indoor textiles that trap allergens, stains and odor causing proteins. Breath Easy* with one easy call and one convenient visit from our professional cleaning technicians.
* While our services will remove allergens and debris that could be airborne and might contribute to allergic reactions or respiratory difficulty we make no claims or guarantees about improved health. The Breath Easy trade language of Clean As Can be Services – Lakeland Restoration is for promotional purposes only. If you are experiencing what you believe are allergic reactions to substances in your home or respiratory difficulties of any kind, consult a physician.
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All of our low moisture solutions are safe for children and pets. We use natural bio-based cleaning solutions which provides the same great cleaning with the least possible chance of chemical irritation or allergic reaction.