Duct Cleaning in Beavercreek & Dayton
Why Air Duct Cleaning?
The average family home creates 40 pounds of dust per year, the majority of which gets caught in your duct system. For people with allergies and asthma, breathing in that dust is a health hazard. Excess dust can also put extra wear on your HVAC system.
Dirty ducts drastically reduce system lifespan, as dust particles build up on and clogs sensitive mechanical components. Keeping your HVAC system in great shape for another year can offset the cost of duct cleaning. When dust particles settle in your HVAC system, it forces the components to work harder to heat or cool your home, rendering even the most efficient HVAC systems wasteful. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25% to 40% of the energy used for heating or cooling a home is wasted—much of it from dirty duct work.
An air duct cleaning from Extreme’s One Hour Heating and Air can help your health, make your system last longer, and save you money in the long run. We are conveniently located in Beavercreek and service the greater-Dayton region.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should my air ducts be cleaned?
The National Air Duct Cleaning Association recommends cleaning your ducts every 3 to 4 years. Having pets or using thinner air filters may require cleanings every 2 years.
Does a standard duct cleaning include sanitizer?
No, sanitizer is not included but can be added at an additional charge.
Can you clean dryer vents as well?
Yes, for an additional fee we can clean dryer vents.
How long does it take?
A typical duct cleaning will take 2-3 hours depending on the size of the home.
What type of equipment is used?
We use a state of the art, high powered, truck mounted vacuum system.
How long have you been cleaning air ducts?
Our lead technician has been a certified air cleaning specialist for 8 years and we have been cleaning ducts in Dayton for the last three years.
Do you offer Saturday service?
Yes, we can schedule duct cleanings on Saturdays and can schedule tune-up maintenance Saturdays and Sundays.