Most people don’t usually think about breathing, nor do they give much thought to what they are breathing. Unless your air smells bad or is thick enough to make you cough, breathing is a pretty automatic process. But what you don’t see can hurt you if you breathe it in long enough.
If you live in the Twin Cities area, you know our air is some of the cleanest in the country—outside, at least, as nature has ways of removing hazards and particulates from the air. Inside can be a different matter. Surprisingly, indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outside air. This can cause breathing problems and illnesses, especially in children and seniors. Because your home or business building is a closed system, there are only a few ways for fresh air to get in and for stale, dirty air to get out.
Your air vents do most of this work, but if they’re clogged with dust, dirt, debris, bacteria, or mold, then you can’t get the fresh air you need to stay healthy.
If you live in the Twin Cities area, you know that a good air conditioner is a necessity in the summer. If you notice your home or business is hot inside despite your air conditioner running at full blast, you might think you need air conditioner repair or service. But many people are surprised to find that a thorough air duct cleaning solves the problem.
Central A/C systems typically move 400 to 450 cubic feet of air per minute through your ducts. Imagine how much harder they have to work—and how much less air they end up moving—if your ducts are clogged. Like cholesterol in an artery, dirt, dust, and debris can build up and reduce the amount of air that flows through your ducts. This means you’re wasting energy and money cooling that junk in your ducts rather than cooling your home or business.
Twin Cities Clean Air uses the latest technology and technicians with 64 combined years of experience in air duct cleaning to ensure the air in your home or business is as pure and clean as the air outside.
We start with a thorough inspection of your ducts. We use fiber optic cameras to look for buildups of dust, dirt, and debris, as well as breaches or gaps in the seams that could allow particulates in. We then use brushes and sweepers to knock loose the gunk that has built up on the walls of your ducts. Once that is complete, we close off your vent and use powerful vacuum suction to remove the loosened dirt and debris. Finally, we perform a second camera inspection of your ducts to ensure that we successfully removed all of the dirt and allergens from your duct system.