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Heat Duct Cleaning is a Services You Should Have Performed Annually

 

At Schuh's Services our main goal is to improve the quality of life in your home or small businesses.

 

 

Cleaning Is Our Business.

 

We specialize in Air Duct and Dryer Vent Cleaning.

 

 

 

Click the links to see more detailed information of our services or call (989) 539-6601 us to speak to a representative about our service or to answer any questions you may have.

 

 

Call us today for this fabulous opportunity to see what we can do for you and your neighbors.

 

For your safety and peace of mind, Schuh's Services only hires professional technicians who have the highest level of training in air duct cleaning. All have been screened and passed strict background checks.

 

LET’S Us Help You CLEAR THE AIR In your Home or Business

 

The national Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) says that the average six-room house collects 40 pounds of dirt, dust and allergens in its air ducts each year. That’s a big problem, considering that 40,000 dust mites can thrive in only one ounce of dust. Those little dust “bunnies” contain a host of unhealthy bacteria, fungi and mold.

 

 The EPA estimates indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Even worse, the contaminated air circulates throughout your house every time the heating or cooling system kicks on.

 

We Can Help To IMPROVED ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY

The build-up of dirt and debris prevents the air from flowing freely throughout the ventilation system. That means it works harder and costs more to operate. Over time, the problem only gets worse. Clear the air in your home with air duct cleaning and air vent cleaning a professionals Cleaning Service from Schuh’s Services We Clean Heat Ducts wecleanhetducts.com .

 

It’s also important to realize that our company limit ventilation system cleaning to the air ducts.

as well as the individual air ducts, from the vent covers to the main trunk line. We also remove the vent covers, clean them, and then put them back in place. From duct cleaning to vent cleaning, we clean every part of your ventilation system,

 

We also offer a fogging of your system to help Control Mold, Mildew, Bacteria and Fungal Growth in Your HVAC System and Beyond.

 

The presence of mold in an HVAC system is a common complaint.  Mold is a sneaky little bugger.  It can grow and proliferate and make building occupants sick without ever being seen.   And the fastest way to spread mold through a building is through a forced-air HVAC system.

The reason this complaint is so common is that mold is always present in your buildings and your HVAC system to the extent that it is present in your building’s environment.   There will be more mold in humid weather and less in dry weather.   You will never get rid of it completely, but you can control it.   All it needs to grow is moisture and food.   Take those away and the mold goes away.

 

According to the U.S. EPA, you should routinely inspect your HVAC systems, not just for mold, but for moisture.   Look at drain and condensate pans to make sure they are draining properly.   If they are plugged, the moisture that accumulates will become a mold factory.  Also make sure that all HVAC ducts and system components such as air handlers, blowers, plenums and the like are free of any moisture.

 

If, despite regularly inspecting your system, you are still getting complaints about it (mold starts to grow in as little as 48 hours), here are some tips for cleaning it up:

 

1.) Turn off your HVAC system.

 

2.) Everyone involved in this cleaning should wear at least an N-95 respirator

 

3.) Replace anything porous, such as filters or insulation that has become wet.  Double-bag the waste using at 6-mil or thicker plastic bags.

 

4.) Use wet vacuums to clean out any standing water.

 

5.) Use an EPA registered disinfectant labelled for HVAC use to clean non porous surfaces (Duct work, coils, plenums, pans, etc) of mold, mildew and other dirt. BBJ MMR-II ready-to-use disinfectant and mold cleaner will kill and remove mold, mildew and odor causing bacteria.

 

6.) As an added measure, isolate each section of ductwork you clean with bladders so the spores you stir up during cleaning don’t spread to other parts of the system or the building. Fog the area with an EPA registered disinfectant.

 

7.) Apply a mold and mildew inhibitor to all components of the HVAC systems. Again, this must be EPA registered and specifically labelled for use in HVAC systems to limit risks associated with using the wrong chemicals and cleaners in HVAC systems. Goodway’s CoilShine-BC is EPA registered for use in HVAC systems to control mold growth for up to 2 years.

 

8.) As a final step, HEPA vacuum anything that you cleaned up.

 

Check out these other resources:

 

For a more complete look at mold visit EPA.gov/mold. You’ll learn more than you EVER wanted to know about mold.

 

We leave the clean of your blower, evaporator coil and accessible components to a license HVac Company to insure your furnace is service correctly for you and your family’s safety.

 

 

 

We Also Offer DRYER Vent Cleaning Services and Repairs, 

 

In addition to air duct cleaning, we also offer clean dryer vents. having your dryer vents professionally cleaned regularly not only saves you money in energy efficiency, it can help prevent a dryer fire in your home.


Watch for the following signs that an air duct cleaning is overdue:

 

Dirty supply and return vent covers.

Dark filtration lines on the walls, ceiling or carpet that surround the vents.

Excessive dust in the home.

Variance in temperature or air flow throughout the house.

An increase in the energy needed to operate the HVAC system at desired settings. This may indicate that dirt and debris are blocking coils and/or ductwork, restricting flow and spiking utility bills.

New furnace or ductwork.

A recent remodel/construction project.

Water damage or flooding that occurred in the ductwork, which could cause sediment build-up in the system.

When it comes to air duct cleaning, never cuts corners. We don’t take what we do for granted, we know that a cleaner, healthier home starts in your air ducts. 

 

We also recommend that you have your carpet cleaning regularly in order to help control allergents in your home.

 

We also recommend a high quality filters to remove at least 95% pollen, 92% dust mite allergen, and 85% pet dander. This remarkable filter our designed to trap pollutants and allergens, neutralize odors, and some even features a built-in antimicrobial to inhibit the growth of some bacteria on the filter*. The result is a cleaner, fresher indoor air.

 
What Training and certifications do we have for air duct cleaning?

We Clean Heat Ducts by Schuhs Services is fully trained and certified to clean your ducts and vents in your home or office.
Why should you have your air ducts cleaned and dryer vents cleaned regularly.?

Just some of the reasons way you should have your heat ducts or dryer vents cleaned
:
Dirt, dust hair, allergens and debris may collect in your ventilation system blocking ductwork and key components of the furnace, including the evaporator coil and blower, this could cost you allergy problems and make your furnace work harder and it could Couse a fire in your dryer vents, from lint build up.
By cleaning this 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.

We just build a new home, Should I have my air ducts cleaned if my house is new? Yes if you suffer from allergies. 


Surprisingly enough, 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 with a  professional duct cleaning.