Commercial Air Duct Cleaning in NY

CLEANER AIR. HEALTHIER WORKPLACE.

If you think the air you breathe indoors is cleaner than what’s outside, think again. The EPA estimates indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. All that bad air translates into everything from frequent colds and sore throats to headaches, asthma, allergies and chronic fatigue, which in turn causes employee downtime.

When dust, debris and other contaminants build up in your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, they can trigger allergies and other health issues. But they also reduce energy efficiency, which increases your energy costs. Now you have two compelling reasons to make sure the air ducts and HVAC system in your workplace are running efficiently.

The NYC Steam Cleaning air duct cleaning free inspection will show you exactly how much dirt is in your HVAC system and where it has collected. After we’ve completed the evaluation and inspection, we develop and provide a scope-of-work document. It outlines the work to be performed and a timeframe for completing it.

Next, our NADCA certified technicians use powerful equipment to remove the pollutants. With NYC Steam Cleaning air duct cleaning, we systematically clean every component of your building’s ventilation system, including air handling unit components, outdoor air intakes, VAV boxes and reheat coils, and supply, return and exhaust ductwork.

We maintain an open line of communication with your employees throughout the entire cleaning process. Our goal is to contain the work areas, ensuring minimal disruption to your business operations. After the NYC Steam Cleaning air duct cleaning is complete, we conduct a final inspection and then provide you with <strong">before-and-after photos of the work we’ve done.</strong">

As always, only trained NYC Steam Cleaning employees perform the work. It’s an approach that differentiates us from the competition. Because we want you to be completely satisfied with the results. NYC Steam Cleaning— your partner in clean.

FAQS

Do all NYC Steam Cleaning locations offer air duct cleaning?

Yes, this service is offered at all locations. To schedule and appointment in your area, please call 1-888-245-1199 and speak with a Customer Service Advisor.

What certifications does NYC Steam Cleaning have for air duct cleaning?

NYC Steam Cleaning is certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA). You can take a look at the standards we follow on their web site at: https://www.nadca.com.

Why should I have my air ducts cleaned?
Some of the reasons are:
  • Dirt and debris may collect in your ventilation system blocking ductwork and key components of the furnace, including the evaporator coil and blower.
  • Build-up of these contaminants in the system can restrict airflow causing it to work harder and longer, thus expending more energy.
  • By cleaning the entire HVAC system, you may see an increase in the energy efficiency of your system, which in some cases translates to lower utility bills. These cleanings may also extend the life of your furnace or air conditioning system by reducing wear and tear.
Why should I have my entire system cleaned at the same time?

Unlike many cleaners, NYC Steam Cleaning cleans your entire system, including all supply and return vents, air ducts, as well as furnace coils, blower, drain pan and air filter. By cleaning the whole system, you avoid dirt and debris from areas that weren’t cleaned blowing back into areas that were cleaned as soon as you turn on your furnace or air conditioner. Many other air duct companies will only clean a few vents at a time, or won’t clean the furnace, and the vents end up getting recontaminated because the whole system was not cleaned at one time.

Do I need to have my air ducts cleaned if my house is n

Surprisingly enough, yes. Construction debris is one of the most common types of contamination that we find in air duct systems. Fine particulates, such as drywall dust or sawdust, as well as other materials, can make their way into your system when the construction crews are cleaning up. The only way to thoroughly remove all of these pollutants from your system is through professional cleaning.

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