Air duct systems are often the biggest culprit in poor indoor air quality. That's why it strongly recommended inspecting the ductwork of your home on a regular basis. If your HVAC has been working for some time without inspection, it could be circulating odors, dust and other contaminates. GreenDuctors experts regularly inspect the heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit (HVAC). Keeping them clean can prolong the life of the units, can save you money and give you cleaner and healthier air to breathe.
Dryer lint is the most common cause of dryer fire ignition. About 15,500 reported dryer fires happen annually resulting in nearly 34 deaths, 430 injuries, and more than $209 million in property damages. Lack of cleaning, improper vent supplies, or incorrect dryer vent installation can cause excess lint build-up, making dryer vent inspections extremely important. Leading units manufacturers recommend once a year professional inspection and cleaning of dryer vents to remove lint build-up and ensure proper airflow.
Dryer Vent Cleaning & Inspection
How often does a fireplace should be cleaned? Annually. As stated by the National Fire Protection "Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents should be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and appropriate clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary." Have your fireplace checked every year no matter how often you use it, not for cleaning only but to check for any damage.
We also provide chimney inspection, home energy audit and thermostat installation
Green Ductors can offer you the following types of inspections. Level I inspections are sufficient for most annual inspections. They involve a detailed visual inspection of the chimney or stove and the adjoining connector pipe. Level II inspections consist of Level I with a live video scan of the interior of the chimney to look for buildup, debris, and any damage.
Home Energy Audit
An energy audit is the first step to evaluate how much energy your residence consumes and to decide what measures you can take your home more energy-efficient, by performing a room by room inspection of a structure as well as a thorough examination of past utility bills. An audit will reveal you problems that may, when corrected, save you significant amounts of money over time. During the audit, you can pinpoint where you are losing energy.