Customer Faqs

Why do I need to change my filter regularly?
Air filters should be changed regularly in your home to keep your system running smoothly and to maintain optimal air quality. A clean air filter also ensures the smooth and efficient operation of your HVAC unit, and prolongs the benefits of an Air Duct Cleaning.
How often should I replace my filters?

As a general rule of thumb, lower home occupancy extends an air filter’s lifespan, while higher home occupancy decreases it. A vacation home that you only live in part-time, for example, will need far fewer filter changes than a large family home with numerous occupants. If you live alone with no pets and good surrounding outdoor air quality, the manufacturer’s filter change recommendations will likely work well for you. 

How often should I have maintenance done on my air conditioner?

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Is there anything I should check prior to calling for service on my dryer vent?
Before techs’ arrival, take a look behind and around your dryer to make sure there is nothing blocking the exhaust vent. This includes anything that could impede airflow such as dust or lint buildup, pet hair, or even toys!
How often should I clean my Dryer Vent?

Dryer exhaust vents should be inspected and cleaned at least every year according to dryer manufacturers.

How much does it cost to have my dryer vent cleaned professionally?
Professional dryer vent duct cleaning can run from $75.00 – $150.00, depending on the length and location of the dryer vent.
Can I hook a leaf blower or use my shop vacuum to clean my dryer vent?

 A leaf blower will only blow large amount of air through the vent duct cleaning away only the loose lint. It is recommended to have a professional run a clean brush through the entire duct system. A shop vacuum can only reach as far as the hose, and runs a potential of pushing larger lint balls back further and tighter into the vent duct.

Should I have my dryer vent duct inspected before it is cleaned?
Yes, vinyl and foil duct cannot be cleaned with a brush without tearing or ripping the duct. The air flow should be tested with an anemometer before and after to ensure no damage was caused during the cleaning.
If I have vinyl or foil duct should I replace it?

YES, the sooner the better. In fact, most manufacturers will void the warranty on dryers that are not installed according to state guidelines, including the use of vinyl ducts

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