Air Duct Cleaning Services
Job Site Solutions provides quality air duct cleaning to help you breathe cleaner indoor air and make the most of your HVAC system. Professional ductwork cleaning should be part of your home or facility’s regular maintenance program. If you don’t remember the last time you had your ductwork cleaned, it’s probably time to schedule an appointment with Job Site Solutions. Our skilled technicians use professional air duct cleaning equipment to complete the job, and we 100% guarantee our services.
What are the Benefits of Air Duct Cleaning?
Because air ducts act as the circulatory system for your home or business, you want to ensure the air moving throughout is free of dirt, dust, debris, and other contaminants. The benefits of regular air duct cleaning include:
- Improves airflow throughout your home or workplace
- Kills germs and other bacteria
- Removes dangerous mold and fungi
- Provides asthma and allergy relief
- Helps your HVAC system operate at peak energy efficiency
- Circulates cleaner, healthier air
- Removes foul, musty odors
- Reduces the potential for mold and bacteria growth
How Often Should Your Air Ducts Be Cleaned?
We recommend having your ductwork professionally cleaned every one to two years if you change the filters in your HVAC system regularly. Ductwork should be cleaned more often in certain circumstances, such as:
- Your home has been recently renovated or remodeled
- You’re installing a new HVAC system
- You’ve recently had restoration services done
- You’ve seen visible dirt, debris, or mold in or around your ductwork
- You have family members with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory conditions
- You have pets and/or dander
- You’ve recently done a major cleaning project
- You’ve had a recent infestation with rodents or insects
Duct Cleaning Before & After
Failing to clean your ductwork can result in poor indoor air quality and health problems. Residue builds up inside your HVAC system, which reduces efficiency, making it harder to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. As a result, your heating and cooling bills are higher because you’re using more energy than you need to.
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Dryer Vent Cleaning Services
Over time, the venting system will collect excess lint, reducing your appliance’s efficiency. Dryer vent cleaning is a regular maintenance item for all dryers. At Job Site Solutions, our trained technicians use specialized brush tools and air-powered cleaning equipment to remove debris and any obstructions to airflow.
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Commercial Dryer Vent Cleaning
Commercial properties often require more frequent cleaning schedules, some twice a year, quarterly, or monthly. In addition, dryer vent upgrades such as rigid pipe, upgraded dryer vent termination flaps, and roof vents make for safer, more efficient dry cycles in a commercial space.
The Benefits of Dryer Vent Cleaning
Dryer vents need regular cleaning to keep your dryer running effectively. Safety and overall cost benefits are associated with a clean dryer vent. You’ll also notice a significant improvement in the amount of time it takes to dry clothes by cleaning your dryer vent. Your dryer will last longer with fewer repairs. Lint or other obstructions cause wear and tear on your appliance.
Clogged dryer vents significantly increase the time it takes for items to dry. And the longer it takes to dry your clothes & linens, the higher your energy bill. If there is an obstruction in your dryer vent, the appliance must work twice as hard to perform. Lastly, dryer vent cleaning helps reduce the risk of a potential dryer fire. Every year, fire departments across the US respond to home fires caused by dryers.
According to the National Fire Protection Administration:
- Approximately 2,900 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year and cause an estimated five deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss.
- Failure to clean the dryer (34 percent) is the leading cause of home clothes dryer fires.
- More home clothes dryer fires occur in the fall and winter months, peaking in January.
Dryer Vent Cleaning and Inspection Process
Our experienced technicians will inspect the vent system, look for blockages and check the amount of air coming out. During the vent cleaning service, we’ll remove excess lint that gets past the lint screen. It’s critical to clean the lint trap with each load. Even though lint and debris get past the lint trap, regular removal of the lint off the screen before every load helps your dryer not to overheat.
Dryer vents sometimes require repairs or replacement of particular parts. Our technicians at Job Site Solutions are qualified to perform all dryer vent repairs needed. Once the cleaning and repair work is complete, we’ll run the dryer to ensure there are no leaks and the air is flowing as it should.
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Signs You Need Dryer Vent Cleaning
Symptoms of excess lint in your vents include:
Clothes are Taking Longer to Dry than Normal
If it’s taking a lot longer for an average load of clothes to dry (often the first sign of lint buildup in your vents), it’s probably time to call in the professionals. Schedule your annual vent cleaning with Job Site Solutions today.
Clothes are Hot to the Touch
Hot clothes coming out of the dryer are due to dryer overheating. The most common reason for dryer overheating is restricted airflow. The first step is to clean your lint trap. If the dryer is too hot, you likely have lint buildup in the duct.
The Room is Warmer than Normal When Dryer is Running
Similar to hot clothes, an extra hot laundry room when running the dryer could be signs of lint trapped in your system, causing the dryer to overheat.
You Notice Burning Smells
A burning smell is a symptom of lint stuck in your dryer vent. The most significant issue with dirty dryer vents is increased fire risk. Lint is flammable, and dryers are hot, a recipe for disaster.
The Lint Flap Outside isn’t Opening
When your dryer is running, the lint flap outside should open. If not, it’s probably due to restricted airflow due to excess lint stuck in the vent. Take notice of any lint coming through the vent to the outside.
The Dryer Tells You There’s A Problem
With more sophisticated dryers, there could be a warning light or an error code informing you that the system isn’t working efficiently. Don’t ignore it.
The Dryer Stops Working
Sometimes, a dryer will automatically shut off if it detects too much heat, a safety mechanism built into the dryer. If this happens, consider cleaning the dryer vent to see if it solves the problem before buying a brand new dryer.
Duct Cleaning Before & After
Why Job Site Solutions?
We are a licensed company in Bozeman, MT, that cares about our customers. We recommend professional dryer vent cleaning performed at least once a year, and more often if you have a large family. No matter how diligently you clean your lint filter, dryer lint will make its way into the vent and begin to clog your system.
Contact Job Site Solutions at (406) 595-0227 to schedule your dryer vent cleaning in Bozeman, Big Sky, Belgrade, Livingston, West Yellowstone, and the surrounding area. We 100% guarantee our services.
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125 Central Avenue, Unit J Bozeman, MT 59718
Phone: (406) 595-0227