Dryer Duct & Filter Cleaning
When dryer vents become clogged, it can lead to problems with the performance of your dryer. Slow drying or damp clothes, multiple cycles, and excess wear and tear on the motor are examples of the issues you face when your dryer vent needs cleaning.
Similarly, when your air filters or filtration systems are clogged with dust and small particles, the quality of your air is impacted. Most people experience allergies, congestions, or just plain old smelly air.
Whether your dryer is underperforming or you’re seeing more dust in your home and around your vents, Austin Plumbing Heating & Air is your solution. Contact us for recommended dryer vent cleaning and filter services today.
Affordable dryer hose cleaning services
Years and years of lint can build up inside your gas or electric dryer vents. Our state-of-the-art dryer vent cleaning system is designed to effectively and affordably remove dryer lint and other debris from the venting system.
Dirty dryer duct and vent cleaning helps prevent dryer vent fires
Having your dryer vent cleaned will shorten dry times and provide you with drier clothes in less time
Clean vents reduce gas and electricity usage
Home Air Filtering Solutions
There are different levels of filtration that can be applied to your home depending on the problems that you are looking to address. A basic furnace filter is only designed to protect your furnace from large objects such as golf balls or other objects that accidentally end up in heat vents, it isn't meant to actually improve air quality in your home.
When it comes to cleaner, healthier air in your home, you have a variety of options:
A High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter (HEPA Filter) keeps your air clean by filtering out particles circulating in your home. They are some of the best air filters for allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions because they are highly efficient at trapping irritants such as dust, pet dander and pollen. Installing a whole house HEPA filter can be a quick and easy process and can provide a healthier, cleaner environment for you and your family.
UV filters work on purifying the air that circulates through your HVAC system. The UV light helps to destroy things that can't be caught in a physical filter, such as gasses, odors and some biological elements such as mold and bacteria.
"Hot and Cold" are usually the first words that come to mind when talking about your home's HVAC system.
Two words that don't come to mind, but should, are "Damp and Dry."
In an overly damp environment, bacteria, mold, dust mites, and germs are able to multiply quickly and exponentially. On the flip side, an overly dry environment makes your skin more susceptible to bacteria, mold, dust mites and germs entering or harming your body.
A whole-house humidification and dehumidification system allows you to keep your house at optimal humidity levels, which is generally between 35% to 45% relative humidity.
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From emergency service to routine maintenance or installations, Austin Plumbing Heating & Air is ready to take your call! Contact us now to schedule an appointment.