When a family faces a catastrophe, such as a flood, fire or Act of God, Restoration Companies are on 24-hour alert to respond and repair your home back to original condition. Insurance companies call on Restoration Companies to do so, but why do Restoration Companies call on DUCTZ?
When a home faces a flood or fire, there is a large amount of water and condensation in the home, from the flood itself or the water used to put out the fire. Water adheres to the dirt and debris already in the ductwork and needs to be removed by an efficient air duct cleaning company so that it does not produce mold or bacteria. Your ducts are the "veins" of your home, delivering your heated or cooled air, and they should be cleaned so that mold and bacteria are not delivered as well.
DUCTZ also restores HVAC systems back to their former glory after water damage. The components in your furnace, air conditioner and coils need to be restored so that the units run efficiently and do not push mold throughout the house. Often without a proper restoration, the HVAC system would need to be replaced entirely. It is more cost-efficient for the homeowner to have the systems restored than it is to replace them.
These Restoration Companies are some who trust their Air Duct Cleaning to DUCTZ of Noblesville:
A professional from DUCTZ, the Nation’s Largest Air Duct Cleaning Company, will come to your home, inspect your air ducts, give you a free estimate and offer you a photo report – this report gives you before and after pictures of your ductwork to insure a job well done.
NADCA trained technicians and state-of-the-art contained vacuums, insure that your home will not be re-contaminated by the debris being removed from your ductwork. Your family could be breathing healthier indoor air thanks to DUCTZ of Noblesville.
Questions? Call us today at 317-773-9831, or contact us online.
Carlton Mills is the owner of DUCTZ of Noblesville, founded in 2008. Mr. Mills is certified as an Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS); Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI); and a Ventilation System Mold Remediator (VSMR) by NADCA.