Have you ever wondered why your house is so full of dust and no matter how many times you dust there always seams to be more dust!? As well as getting your air ducts cleaned we recommend your Crawl Space Cleaning Mill Valley as well. This will ensure that the whole air flow system in your house is clean and healthy.
We use a tool called “the Shark” to clean out your Crawl Space. We start off by using a concrete brush to loosen up the debris on the floor. We then attach a vac hose directly to the Shark and use that to roll all over the floor of your crawl space to pick up any loose debris. Once we are done with the shark, we use Air Whips in the rafters to help dislodge and collect any cob webs and dust. Helping to ensure there is a top to bottom clean. Once that is completed. We do a second run over the crawl space with just a vac hose to collect any missed dirt along the way.
Also, for an additional charge we can remove unwanted items from your crawl space. Air Duct and Crawl Space Sanitizing: we use an all-natural germicide called Benefect. This product will kill any mold mildew or odor causing bacteria in your duct work or crawl space.
Crawl Space Cleaning for a Healthier Environment
Provide your family with a healthier environment by booking a crawl space cleanout service and letting us change your life. If you have been collecting things for a while in your crawl space, chances are they have already suffered damage from degradation due to water or animal infestations.
Similarly, if you have a vented crawl space, 40 % of the air in your home comes from there. The cleaner it is, the better the air quality your family will enjoy.
That’s why we want to help you. Our highly-trained team has seen the worst that crawl spaces can offer and is ready to show you how a crawl space junk removal can have a large positive impact on your home life.
Air ducts get damaged from a number of factors such as age, poor design, and rodent damage.
Damaged duct work or air duct leaks affect the indoor environment in two main ways:
Cold air is lost before it effectively cools the indoor space. This makes your HVAC system work harder, using more energy and driving your utility bills up.