Did you know that freeze damage cleanup should include HVAC and duct system cleaning? AND did you know that most good home insurance companies recognize the importance of cleaning your HVAC and duct system after remediation? They realize the importance of clean indoor air and typically will pay for professional HVAC and duct system cleaning as part of the recovery process. Do not overlook cleaning your HVAC system and air ducts after you have had a major clean up, remodel, or remediation in your house.

Does your floor or drywall need replacing? That kind of remodeling creates dust, dirt, and contaminants in the air. Insurance companies understand that during clean up and remediation, spores or contaminants become airborne and will circulate through the home’s HVAC system regardless of if the system is on or off.

Most people do not realize the odor is primarily activated by heat. Once heat is applied this can and will activate odor issues that were not previously present before the freeze or flooding. In fact, most recurring odor issues due to remediation and restoration can be solved by performing duct and HVAC system cleaning as part of their process upfront. This can reduce warranty calls and expenses that later may not be paid by insurance or third-party providers. Make sure to have your HVAC and duct system cleaning included as part of the initial cleanup plan.

Are you one of the lucky ones to have avoided frozen damage? Dirt, allergens, dust mites, mold, and other yucky things are still accumulating in your ducts and HVAC units. The air in your house circulates regularly through these. The filter catches a bit, however, over the course of a year, NADCA estimates that close to 40 pounds of dirt accumulate in your HVAC system.

You do not see the dirt. Your utilities do. Dirty motors run less efficiently than clean motors. NADCA estimates that cleaning your HVAC and duct system can lead to 20-30% energy savings. Your home will smell better after Mr. Duct Cleaner cleans your duct and HVAC system. For those lingering smells, like cigarette smoke, burnt food, decomposing plants, and other contributors, Mr. Duct Cleaner can fog your home with an OZONE component. This fog is not harmful to plants or people; however, it alleviates the nasty smells.

Contact the professionals at Mr. Duct Cleaner for your free estimate.