Air Duct Cleaning
Longmont Air Duct Cleaning
Situated around 31 miles north of Denver, Longmont, Colorado, is a perfect blend of small-town charm, cultural experience, culinary wonder, and outdoor adventure. According to the Visit Longmont website, the city offers a wide range of activities for the whole family. Residents can enjoy different outdoor recreation, cultural attractions, and craft dining scene. This city is also famous for its agritourism and historical venues. With many people calling Longmont home, it’s good to have an air duct cleaning company you can count on. We are proud to provide the best air duct cleaning services for you. Enjoy the comfort of your home while having the peace of mind you need with your clean air duct system.
We recommend a routine cleaning every 3 to 5 years to keep things well maintained and keep the air that’s circulated in your home as fresh as possible. Like any machine, if you properly maintain it, it will last longer. Dirt and debris can get in the small moving parts of the system and cause wear and tear which will, over time, shorten the lifespan of your HVAC system. Regular cleaning will help keep that wear and tear to a minimum.
If you also have an A/C unit it is a good idea to also have that cleaned. Since this part of your system is wet, contaminants can build up on your evaporator coil. This build up can also cause your system to work harder and use more energy. Getting it regularly cleaned will prevent that, which will both improve your home’s air quality and cause less strain on your energy consumption.
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Utilizing a technique known as “source removal,” we undertake a comprehensive cleaning procedure for your HVAC system. At Bee’s Air Duct Cleaning, our approach involves connecting a sizable vacuum to the plenum, which is the point of juncture between your furnace and ductwork at the base of your HVAC network. Through this process, we establish a continuous negative pressure within your HVAC framework, thereby preventing any contaminants from infiltrating your living space during and after our cleaning operation.
After establishing negative pressure within your HVAC system, our technicians will begin the cleaning process. Starting from the vent that is the furthest away from the furnace on the supply side of the system, they will open each vent one by one, focusing the vacuum’s suction on that particular duct line. In order to dislodge and remove any contaminants, they will utilize a variety of agitation tools, including brushes, air whips, compressed air nozzles, and “skipper balls,” taking into consideration factors such as the type and condition of your ductwork, as well as the level of contamination present. This process will be repeated for each of your supply vents.
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Once the supply side has been thoroughly cleaned, our technician will access the trunk lines, which are the large main lines that all of the vents branch off of, in order to move all of the debris from the supply side of your system to the vacuum at the base. The same process will then be repeated for the cold air return side of your system, with the technician taking down everything and connecting the vacuum to that side.
To access the interiors of your ductwork, our technicians will utilize existing openings such as supply diffusers, return grills, duct end caps, and existing service openings wherever possible. However, in some cases, they may need to cut access holes in the ductwork in order to effectively clean inside. At the conclusion of the service, all service openings will be patched and sealed to ensure a complete and thorough cleaning.
It is highly recommended to have your A/C unit cleaned in addition to your HVAC system. Due to the presence of moisture, contaminants have a tendency to accumulate on your evaporator coil, leading to a build-up that can cause your system to work harder and consume more energy. Regular cleaning of your A/C unit will help prevent such build-ups, resulting in better air quality within your home and less strain on your energy consumption.
We highly recommend the following services for your HVAC system:
Your technician will remove the blow motor from your furnace so he can thoroughly clean the blow motor, the motor assembly, the interior cabinet and heat exchange.
Evaporator Coil Cleaning Process
Your technician will do a wet cleaning of the evaporator coil so we can be sure all of the gummed up debris from behind the fins is removed. This should really improve your air flow and your a/c’s cooling capacity.
If you haven’t cleaned your air ducts, you’d be shocked to find what’s in there. Dirt. Mold. Allergens. Dust. All types of substances that worsen your air quality and ruin the efficiency of your HVAC system. The air duct cleaning experts at Bee’s Air Duct Cleaning have been cleaning air ducts in Longmont and all over Northern Colorado and Denver for over 14 years. And with each air duct cleaning project, we show you before and after pictures so you can see the difference. If you’d like to learn more about air duct cleaning for your property, get in touch: call us or go to our contact page or fill out one of our forms and get started today.