Do you ever feel that one house project always seems to lead to another one? Recently one new client of Soil-Away had this happen to them. A Concord couple was upgrading the furniture in their living room. During the process of removing the old furniture they exposed numerous HVAC air duct vents. Unbeknownst to them, each one was accumulating high levels of dust and debris. This was evident by the dirty condition of the vent grate covers. They were quite disturbed with what was revealed. It was time for some HVAC duct cleaning for their Concord condo.
Air duct and vent cleaning is so often neglected or forgotten about by homeowners. This Concord couple admitted to being this category. When thinking about it, it should become obvious that the heating and cooling (HVAC) system serves as the lungs of a home. Air is circulated 5 to 7 times throughout the property per day. Long runs of metal ducting are prime targets for collecting the dust and debris floating within the air of a home. In fact, a typical six-room home generates up to 40 pounds of dust per year. This would explain the dirt built up on the vent covers to the ducting system.
The couple scheduled next day HVAC system cleaning for their Concord condo. Soil-Away air duct cleaning technicians arrived on time at 9:00am the following morning. A quick tour of the property revealed 12 total air vents and returns. Upon job scope confirmation and approval, the techs proceeded with the cleaning per their NADCA (National Air Duct Cleanings Association) training and standards. They confirmed the HVAC system was fully operational. They removed, cleaned, and reinstalled the blower motor and assembly. They removed and washed all grates and registers. All supply and return ducting was cleaned, removing all dirt and debris. The main air plenum was cleaned in the same manner. They also replace the system air filter. Improved appearance, better air quality, and peace of mind were all achieved from one simple HVAC air duct and vent cleaning service.
Now that the air duct cleaning was out of the way, the couple could return to their original project. Their old furniture was out and the new items were being delivered to Concord later in the afternoon. They had successfully snuck in the HVAC system cleaning before delivery workers put the new furniture in the way of the vents again. Determined not to neglect the cleaning of their vents again, they logged a reminder into their calendar to call Soil-Away again for the next service.