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Air Duct Cleaning Hose – Powerful, Flexible, Efficient

A common misconception about air duct cleaning is that it only involves the cleaning of indoor ducts.

 

In order to properly clean air ducts, the entire HVAC system needs to be thoroughly cleaned of pollutants.

If enough materials gather within your venting system, it can hinder airflow within the ducting system.

A common misconception about air duct cleaning is that it only involves the cleaning of indoor ducts. This is false because simply using a cleaning hose to clean the ducts in a home or business does benefit the environmental air quality if the source of the air is contaminated with dirt, mold or fungus. In order to properly clean air ducts, the entire HVAC system needs to be thoroughly cleaned of pollutants. This includes using duct cleaning equipment to clean all of the following: air ducts, coils, drain pans, registers, grills, air plenums, blower motors and assemblies, heat exchangers, air filters, and air cleaners. In order to properly clean an indoor air system, the entire HVAC system needs to be cleaned with powerful and flexible air duct cleaning hose equipment.

What creates the build-up of materials within indoor ventilation systems? There are many different factors that cause dirt, dander and dust to enter into ducting systems. The most common contributor to the polluting of air ducts is human traffic. Everyday, when people walk in and out of buildings, they carry with them remnants of where they have been. The various remnants of our daily activities traverse into the air and make their way into the air circulation system. Pets also contribute a great deal of pollutants to indoor air. Animals frequently shed fur and dander that travels through the air and will eventually make its way into the air ventilation system. In addition, smoking, even if performed outside the home or office, can create material that will build up within ducting. Another significant contributor to indoor air pollution is the remodeling of a building. Remodeling causes a great amount of dirt, dust and paint fumes to enter into the circulation system. Remodeling creates such a large amount of indoor pollution that many experts recommend a deep cleaning with duct cleaning equipment whenever construction takes place indoors.

All of these pollutants combine to create large amounts of dust and materials to build up within the vent. These materials, combined with dark and damp ducting environments, provide an ideal situation for mold and fungus to develop. In order to remove all of this material buildup, HVAC systems need to be inspected by trained and qualified professionals and they must make use of specialized cleaning hose tools to remove the buildup.

The buildup of pollutant materials has various adverse effects. If enough materials gather within your venting system, it can hinder airflow within the ducting system. This decreased airflow can hinder an air conditioning system’s ability to cool and heat the environment. This means that the system would need to run for extended amounts of time to reach desired temperatures, which will result in increasing energy costs. The collection of pollutants can become a big issue for people affected by allergies. When large amounts of dust and dirt collect within a ventilation system, they can be spread through the environment whenever the air conditioner, fan, or heater is in use. The increased amount of allergens in the air can make the indoor environment extremely uncomfortable for those sensitive to dust. Unfortunately, fungus and molds also spread into the air when a ventilation system is in use. Many professionals suggest using quality air duct cleaning hose products to clear ventilation systems when there is a significant amount of materials built up to prevent any potential health hazards that may significantly impact an individual’s respiratory system.

The duct cleaning process is an intricate and difficult task. Before using a cleaning hose, the inside of a ventilation system must be inspected to determine the proper tools that are necessary for the work. In order to inspect the ventilation system, technicians will remove vents to personally check the situation of the vents and will also utilize small cameras and mirrors to enter into small access points. Once technicians have assessed the situation of the ventilation, they will utilize their duct cleaning equipment to begin to clear out the pollutants built up within the ducting. When technicians begin working on the ventilation they will connect an air duct cleaning hose directly into available ducting access points. This is a high-pressure hose that is used to collect all of the loose particles within the ventilation system. The technicians will also use a specialized vacuum tube that features special brushes. The brushes of this specialized cleaning hose will loosen all of the built up material and vacuum up the debris.

While the specialized hose is loosening and collecting debris, the high-pressure hose will ensure that no loose material will come out of the ducting by collecting them and storing them outside of the building. It is important to note that it is necessary to clean every aspect of the ventilation system and not only the ducting. Technicians must also inspect all the registers, the interiors of the heating, and air conditioning system. If the source of an HVAC system is full of molds, fungus and dust, then it will easily spread back into the cleared ducting and ruin the work performed in the ducting. To ensure the most thorough work, technicians will open up the heating and air condition systems to clean any filters, coils, and passageways to make sure that pollutants will not spread back into the indoor environment.

Technicians use specialized duct cleaning equipment to ensure that the entirety of a HVAC system is cleaned of all potential pollutants. The specialized air duct cleaning hose tools remove all of the mold, dirt and fungus that have built up with indoor ventilation systems. Cleaning hose products are also used to clean inside cooling units to ensure the best possible indoor air quality. By using high quality tools, air-ducting systems can be free of potentially harmful pollutants and everyone inside can breathe easy.