Healthy Commercial Cleaning Spotless Services, LLC The Need For Indoor Air Quality and Dryer Vent Services Is at An All Time High. Did you know the EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five health risks? Dirty air ducts have been identified as a major source of indoor air pollution. In fact, an air duct system is a breeding ground for bacteria, animal dander, mold and dust mites. These impurities can cause allergic reactions, breathing difficulties, infections and disease. Dirty clothes dryer vents can be equally harmful. The yearly national fire loss for clothes dryer incidents is estimated at $99 million resulting from almost 16,000 fires.* As a full-service provider, we utilize state-of-the-art air duct and dryer vent cleaning equipment and processes to help eliminate the contaminants in your home or business’s  air ducts and to help ensure the safety and efficiency of your clothes dryer. . Air Duct Cleaning Spotless Services Commercial Cleaning Cincinnnati
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Spotless Services LLC, 969 Reading Road, Suite L, Mason, Ohio 45040 | Copyright 2010  Website by Software Pro Techs School Cleaning to Prevent the Flu Building Maintenance and Office Cleaning & Janitorial Services Cleaning the Restroom for Health Restaurant Kitchen Cleaning Air Duct Cleaning Air Duct Cleaning Process The Air Duct Cleaning Process — A Breath of Fresh Air. Our air duct cleaning process is state-of-the-art with successful results — customer after customer. We deploy advanced air duct cleaning technology with the only self-contained method that simultaneously brushes and vacuums the debris. Dirt is brushed loose inside the air duct and immediately swept up by powerful dual vacuums.   Air Duct Cleaning — Step by Step: Removal and cleaning of registers. Technician cleans supply vents all the way to the air handler. Dirt and debris is brushed, collected and swept up by the dual vacuum system. Optimum coverage is ensured as technician works back through the system, overlapping much of the ductwork. Vacuum attachment topically cleans inside the air handler. Air handler fan is turned on and antimicrobial treatment is fogged into cold air return. Fan circulates treatment deep into the system. According to the EPA, ducts should be cleaned every three to five years. Why Air Duct Cleaning? >  The EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five health risks. >  97% of homes have indoor air quality issues.* >  Dirty coils and ducts use as much as 30% more energy     than clean ones.** *Air Advice, State of Our Indoor Air Report, 2007. **McKinsey Quarterly. See Video about Air Duct and Dryer Vent Cleaning Air Duct FAQs Dryer Vent Cleaning Process     ...more The Dryer Vent Cleaning Process — Saves Lives and Money. Cleaning your lint screen is simply not enough to ensure an efficient, safe dryer. Even a cleaned lint screen traps only 75% of the lint produced inside a dryer. The rest of the lint builds up over time inside the dryer vent, becoming a fire hazard, as dryer lint is highly flammable and has the potential to ignite at any time. A dryer with restricted airflow also runs significantly longer, causing utility costs to rise, increasing the need for repairs and decreasing the life of the dryer. By cleaning your dryer vent, we can help ensure your clothes dryer is both safe and energy efficient. Dryer Vent Cleaning — Step by Step: Technician removes and cleans lint trap. Technician takes the measurement of airflow using an air flow meter at the exterior dryer vent. The back of the dryer is topically cleaned, as this is where lint can accumulate. The dryer vent and flexible ducting from the wall are visually inspected using a   video inspection system. The HEPA vacuum system is connected to the dryer vent duct. The dryer duct auger is run through the duct to remove any blockages. Airflow is measured again to gauge improvement before and after cleaning. The video inspection system    is used again for post cleaning inspection. Dryer Vent Issues to Consider:  80% of clothes dryer fires in structures occur in residential buildings.  - U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Fire Administration “Failure to clean” is the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings. - U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Fire Administration The Consumer Product Safety Commission reported nearly 16,000 annual fires due to clogged dryer vents. Dryer Vent FAQs