DUCT CLEANING FOR MARYLAND, DC AND NORTHERN VA
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Why Choose a MoldEDGE Duct Cleaning Professional?
-Master licensed Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning: HVAC experts and mold certified
-We use brushes to physically remove mold/dust/dirt and then vacuum the system
-Trained and educated in the latest mold standards, procedures and technologies
-Thousands of duct cleaning projects completed successfully
-The fan and the coils are part of the service
-We are certified , licensed and insured
– We warranty/guarantee our work
Duct cleaning is a confusing and misundertood service that should be performed anytime a mold remediation project is conducted in a home or building, but may also be beneficial if construction has taken place in the home/building. Also, if there is visible dust or debris inside the ducts, the heating/air conditioning system is old and you don’t know its history or if you have occupants who have allergies, these would all be advisable times to order a thorough duct cleaning service.
At MoldEdge, we don’t believe that the ducts alone are the only part of the system that need to be cleaned. Along with cleaning ducts it is logical that the internal system of a heating and air conditioning system, that is the fan/motor and the coils should also be cleaned as well. To further explain, lets look at how the ducts become contaminated with mold spores, dust, allergens and other particulates. Mold spores in the air of a moldy home travel into the return of the system in order to be recirculated back through the house after passing through the heating/air conditioning system.
This is a normal process except that elevated amounts of mold spores are present in the indoor air of a moldy home and are now traveling through the return duct and into the heating/AC system where it travels over the moist coils and pushed by the system fan and its blades thereby contaminating the internals of the system. Water and moisture are the cause of mold to begin with and large amounts of spores pushed over moist coils in a confined system are a perfect environment for mold growth.