Looking for the best dryer vent and air duct cleaning company Lawrenceville Georgia has to offer? You’ve found them. Daffy Ducts is a one of the highest rated air duct cleaning companies in Georgia. We have several locations around the greater Lawrenceville area to help better serve our customers. Our goal is to always provide the highest quality of dryer vent and air duct cleaning services at competitive prices. Call us for an air duct and dryer vent cleaning quote today. You can also fill out the contact form on our website. If you’re interested in learning more about our company or the importance of air duct cleaning, read more about Daffy Ducts below.
Reputation – Daffy Ducts was founded in 2007 and we have maintained an impeccable reputation ever since. The experience you have with our company and your level of satisfaction is extremely important to us. Most of our business comes from word-of-mouth business and repeat customers. Our company will always focus on making sure your satisfaction is our top priority. Check out our reviews on Google to see what our past customers are saying about our company.
Quality – The quality of the services we provide is the primary reason we have been able to maintain such a great reputation over the years. We understand the importance of air duct cleaning more than anyone. Daffy Ducts provides comprehensive air duct cleaning services that surpass all other local air duct cleaning companies.
Affordable – Daffy Ducts provides air duct cleaning services that almost anyone can afford. We feel that quality air duct cleaning services should not be cost prohibitive. Our air duct cleaning company has pricing that is competitive with other local reputable companies. Be cautious of companies that quote prices that are substantially lower than all the other companies. It is likely they are using bait-and-switch pricing tactics. We believe if a company quotes a price, they should not change it later.
Air Quality – The indoor air quality of your home can have drastic impacts on your health. According to the EPA, people spend close to 90% of their time indoors. Most people think the air inside their home has fewer pollutants than the air outside. While the air outside the world over may have more pollutants cumulatively, the air inside your home can actually have 2 to 5 times higher levels of pollutants. Why is that? The air inside your home is not subjected to air movement and it is contained. Almost all of the air that comes into your home is through the HVAC system. While your HVAC system does have a filter, even the best HVAC systems do not filter out all particulates. The dust, mold particles, and other pollutants will inevitably make their way into your home. When pollutants affect your indoor air quality, the only way they are removed is through the return ducts of your HVAC system.
Toxic mold spores are one of the most dangerous toxic elements that can make their way into your home. Toxic mold spores are found everywhere in nature and even in your home. Toxic mold spores are likely already within your home. Those spores only need the right conditions in order to grow and reproduce. Most people are surprised to find out that all mold needs to grow is moisture above 55%, a food source, and a dark place. Air ducts are one of the most common places in a home to find all of those environmental factors that mold needs to thrive.
Moisture – Your air ducts have everything needed for mold to be able to thrive. The only thing missing is moisture. Every season in Georgia has a relative humidity that will provide enough moisture for mold to be able to grow. Most people make the mistake of thinking mold needs significant amounts of water. However, the relative humidity provides enough moisture for mold to grow in your air ducts. Air ducts can also accumulate moisture due to the contrast of temperature between the air on the outside of the duct and the inside of the duct. Air ducts that border an exterior wall will create more moisture than other ducts in your home. While getting rid of this source of moisture is not really an option, you can eliminate other things such as food to reduce the odds of mold exposure.
Food – Mold can use any organic substance as a food source. That includes dust! Dust is an easy and readily available food source for mold. It’s certainly no mystery that dust can be found in every duct within your home. Removing dust from your ducts reduces the chance of mold using it as a food source.
Lack of Light – Mold thrives in dark areas which makes your air ducts a prime target for mold growth. Mold will not grow in areas that are exposed to UV rays from natural light. You can’t create natural light in your ducts but cleaning your air ducts will eliminate the other key environmental required for mold growth.
First, cleaning air ducts will reduce resistance in the air ducts. Any and all matter in the air ducts creates additional friction which slows the rate of air flow. Most people might think this is insignificant and has a minor impact. However, a substantial amount of dust and debris will settle in areas of the duct where there is a “valley” or lower point in the air duct. These large collections of dust are usually found where the return ducts goes vertically into an attic and then straightens out before reaching the HVAC unit. These pockets of dust or dirt buildup, reduces the overall circumference of the ducts interior which drastically slows air flow.
Evaporator coils are an important part of an AC unit. When too much dust has passed through your HVAC filter it can clog your evaporator coils. If they become clogged, they will no longer be able to effectively remove the heat from your home, causing your AC unit to work harder. It can even cause your evaporator coils and or refrigerant supply line to freeze. If a refrigerant supply line freezes, it can actually freeze all the way back to your outside unit and cause thousands of dollars worth of additional damage. Not to mention when the refrigerant supply line thaws it will create water which will promote toxic mold growth. Simply hiring an air duct cleaning company can allow your air conditioner to run efficiently and lower monthly energy costs.
Are you ready to get your air ducts cleaned by the best air duct cleaning company in Lawrenceville? Call Daffy Ducts to schedule your air duct or dryer vent cleaning appointment today. We will schedule a time to come out to your home or business when it is convenient for you. Daffy Ducts looks forward to helping you improve the quality of your indoor air. Call 678-210-7111.
Daffy Ducts has been in business for 11+ years and has serviced over 11,000 homes in the Atlanta area. We have earned an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau and we focus on quality and delivering a great experience to you from start to finish.