As the leading provider of air duct cleaning in Marietta, GA, Atlanta Air Experts entertain hundreds of questions about system inspections, indoor air quality, and airborne allergens from residents and business owners. Some wonder why DIY cleaning techniques might curtail visible mold but fail to eliminate dust and debris from their air duct systems.
Atlanta Air Experts is a proud member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association or NADCA. We follow standardized procedures and use state-of-the-art tools to clean your air and maintain various HVAC units. We install, repair, and sanitize heat pumps, centralized air conditioning units, and walk-in freezers connected to ductwork.
DIY air duct cleaning can cause respiratory problems and allergic reactions for guests, family members, and customers. Call us today and get a free, no-obligation estimate from a licensed technician.
Research from the Environmental Protection Agency indicates that most Americans spend an average of 90% of their waking hours indoors. Even though air conditioners feature dehumidifiers, air filters, and purifiers, many indoor areas have two to five times the pollution of their local outdoor counterparts. At Atlanta Air Experts, our technicians believe air duct cleaning is among the most overlooked maintenance activities in commercial and residential structures.
Airborne viruses, such as COVID-19, the common cold, and the flu, are currently cycling through the supply and return ducts of millions of HVAC systems worldwide. According to the EPA, air duct cleaning provides the following benefits:
Duct and vent cleaning crews from Atlanta Air Experts use NADCA-certified compressors, nozzles, and pressurizers on all jobs, regardless of structure type. They ensure our services remain cost-efficient and high-quality.
Contact our technicians at Atlanta Air Experts and get a free quote for HVAC maintenance and air duct cleaning.
Marietta, GA, is home to nearly 61,000 people in 24,554 households. Its most significant recent increase in population was from 1980 to 2000, when the growth rate soared to 89.1% in aggregate. Most residents in Marietta work at the Wellstar Kennestone Hospital and the Dobbins Air Reserve Base, which collectively employ around 7,000.