Wayne's Heating & Cooling
4212 Davis Hwy.
Louisa, VA 23093

(540) 967-1306

Online Form

Duct Cleaning

Duct Cleaning

Dirty ducts an they're done dirt cheap.

OK, maybe not dirt cheap but very affordably.

Call today for a free in-home estimate.

A few reasons to have your duct work cleaned:

• Helps Reduce Allergies
• Pets Dander
• New Addition to The Family (Baby)
• Lowers the Amount Dust in Your Home
• Remodeling Work
• Moving into a new home, Condo, or Apartment
• Breathe fresher indoor air

To learn more about the importance of indoor air quality, Click Here >>

You may have heard about a friend or neighbor having their air ducts cleaned or thought about having it done in your own home.

Duct Cleaning

You may have asked why would I need my air ducts cleaned. The Environmental Protection Agency ranks indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risk to public health and 87% of American homeowners are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their home and outdoors..

These are just a few reasons why Air duct cleaning should be a routine part of your home's cleaning and maintenance. Considering most people spend 60 to 90% of their time indoors and children breathe 50% more air per pound then adults, Indoor air quality is a major factor in your family's health and safety.

With modern homes being more airtight than ever, with little outside ventilation, your ductwork could be a trap for dust mites, pollen, mold, and pet dander.

According to studies done by the EPA, indoor air quality is two to five times worse in the home and outdoors. Having the air ducts in your home clean is a simple process with the Rotobrush Air duct cleaning equipment. Once you have the duct work inspected to ensure you need the service, your registers will be removed and cleaned. Next, the supply and trunk line will be safely cleaned using the vacuum removal method or negative air method. The Rotobrush equipment has HEPA filters that remove 99.97% of particles that have a size of three millionths of the meter or larger.

Despite the many adverse affects known to be associated with indoor air pollution, over half of all Americans are unaware that poor IAQ is one of the top five most urgent environmental risks to public health.

Indoor Air Quality Facts and Statistics*

  • Since 1990, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has consistently ranked indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health.
  • In nine out of 10 homes (91%), particle allergen levels (dust, dander, pollen, bacteria, spores and smoke) are outside the recommended range.
  • Each year, 342,000 lives are claimed by lung disease overall.
  • Around the world, a death occurs every 20 seconds due to poor indoor air quality; each day in America alone, 11 people die from asthma.
  • Since 1980, the asthma death rate for children under 19 years old has increased by nearly 80%.
  • Spending on medications to relieve allergy and asthma symptoms stands at over $5 billion a year.
  • During each minute of the more than 21 hours we spend inside our homes and other indoor spaces each day, we breathe an average of 12 to 20 times per minute, taking in one to two gallons of air.
  • Each of those 12 to 20 breaths per minute—or in the case of our children, an average of 16 to 30 breaths per minute—contain not only the oxygen we need to stay alive, but also any airborne pollutants that may be present.
  • Indoor air pollution levels are typically two to five times greater than outdoor levels, and occasionally even 25 to 100 times greater.

*Source: AirAdvice State of Our Indoor Air Report

Let us help answer any questions you may have about whether now is a good time to consider having your ducts cleaned.  Call today!