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Duct Cleaning

Do you know what could be lurking in your air ducts? The dust and debris in your air ducts are the biggest contributors to poor indoor air quality, but contaminants can also decrease the efficacy of your HVAC system. It’s important to have your air ducts cleaned regularly to ensure peak energy efficiency and optimum indoor air quality for your home. The experts at Dependable Service recommend having your air ducts inspected and cleaned seasonally in the fall and spring to keep your indoor air quality high and help reduce allergy and asthma symptoms.

A Typical Home Accumulates More Than 40 Pounds of Dust Every Year!

In addition to the dust particles that could be wreaking havoc on your respiratory system and your HVAC system, your air ducts could also be home to an unpleasant and unsightly mixture of other contaminants including:

  • Dead Skin
  • Dust Mites
  • Pet Dander
  • Rodent Feces
  • Cockroach Particles
  • Mold
  • Mildew
  • And More!

A large percentage of HVAC system breakdowns are due to the accumulation of dirt and dust. However, in addition to keeping your air conditioning running at peak efficiency, regular duct cleaning services offers a number of health benefits for you and your family, alleviating seasonal cold, flu and allergy symptoms.

Trust the experts at Dependable Service to help manage your indoor air quality and keep your HVAC system running at peak efficiency all year round.

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“We are truly grateful for everyone’s quick response to our flood in the main building here at St. Cyprian Church. The workers were tremendous in their search-and-find techniques to locate our buried sewer main line. The clean out was a difficult and tedious job but they stayed with it for hours. On Friday, business was as usual here and it would not have been if your company had not come out to the rescue. I’m sure the parishioners are happy to know that the bathrooms are available and that our problem has been eliminated. Be assured that your kindness and efficiency are appreciated. We are also grateful that you recognize our financial limitations. May our gracious God bless you all for your care.” –-St. Cyprian Staff