Calvert County Maryland Southern MD Air Duct Cleaning / Dryer Vent Cleaning
Indoor Air Clean provides
residential air duct cleaning, HVAC restoration, residential dryer vent cleaning, commercial air duct cleaning, mold remediation, and ductwork cleaning throughout Calvert County, Maryland with these community services: Chesapeake Beach air duct cleaning, Dowell air duct cleaning, Dunkirk air duct cleaning, Huntingtown air duct cleaning, Lusby air duct cleaning, North Beach air duct cleaning, Owings air duct cleaning, Prince Frederick air duct cleaning, St. Leonard air duct cleaning, Solomons Island air duct cleaning, and Sunderland air duct cleaning.
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Two Important Facts to Know About Duct Cleaning:
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association or NADCA and The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA recommends that the entire HVAC system should be cleaned.
Duct cleaning is not a trade that is regulated in the State of Maryland.
This means that anyone can perform this service with absolutely no experience, certifications or training. So it should be a priority to find a NADCA certified contractor.
The NADCA and the EPA recommends that the entire system be cleaned including:
- Register cleaning
- Grille and diffuser cleaning
- Heat exchanger cleaning
- Heating and cooling coil cleaning
- Air handling unit housing cleaning
- Condensate drain pan cleaning (drip pans)
- Fan motors/fan housing cleaning
- Supply air ducts cleaning
- Return air ducts cleaning
NADCA members must have the following:
- Maintain $500,000 of liability insurance
- At least one Air Systems Cleaning Specialist on staff
- Clean according to NADCA standards and comply with their Code of Ethics.
Why Clean Dryer Vents?
- "Failure to clean” is the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings.
- Clothes dryer fires cause about 15,600 structure fires, 15 deaths, and 400 injuries annually.
- Eighty percent of clothes dryer fires in structures occur in residential buildings.
- Annually, 12,700 clothes dryer fires occur in residential buildings resulting in 15 deaths and 300 injuries.