Most affected are children, the elderly and anyone whose immune system is compromised (such as while taking antibiotics). Mold remediation requires special training and equipment to ensure the safety and health of both workers and occupants. Even pets can suffer from the contamination in your air ducts if they are left untreated.
Dirty intake duct
where moisture is being pulled out of the air. All mold needs is 60% humidity and above to grow and thrive.
in five to seven years under ordinary circumstances. Although the dead mold shown in the picture is black, the live mold inside is usually green, white, red or orange.
will show contaminants in eleven to twelve years, by which time someone in the house is probably already sick.
Live mold spores release dangerous mycotoxins when disturbed, so we fog to kill all of them. Air duct cleaning in Spring Hill is not complete until this is done.
is harmless to people and pets, and yet it kills every known contaminate within five minutes. This product will inhibit regrowth for up to two years, and we guarantee it for a year.
all vents with a commercial grade HEPA filtered vacuum cleaner to remove contamination without spreading it throughout the building.
are the number one cause of house fires in America today. Fire-fighters suggest a dryer duct clean-out at least once a year.
is extremely flammable, and can back up into the dryer's heating element, catching the clothes and the house on fire.
are the most dangerous. We do not go on the roof to clean the duct. We clean it from behind the dryer, if accessible.
No. Most residential ducts in this part of Florida are like yours, and can easily be damaged by spinning brushes and powerful negative air machines. Any loose dust and debris blows out every time your system comes on, so there is nothing to "clean". Sanitizing is what is needed to remediate the health risk.
No. The product that we use to fog the entire duct system is the essential oil of the thyme herb and it's use does not require any precautions. It is the only natural disinfectant ever approved for use in HVAC systems by the EPA, and no PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is required by OSHA.
No. Our duct fogging addresses the entire system and inhibits regrowth for more than a year, so a UV light would be redundant, and not necessary.
Yes. After we sanitize a duct system, we receive feedback from our customers:
Our normal charge within fifty miles of Spring Hill, Florida is $200 per system, and $100 for each service thereafter if within 2 years of the last service. We do not "up-sell".
Interview of Dan Chapman of CleanDucts.us