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OUR SERVICES

Duct Cleaning / Sealing

Air Duct Cleaning

Dust, pollen, mold, pet dander, dead skin cells, and in some cases, uninvited guests inhabit your ductwork. All these contaminants contribute to Indoor Air Pollution that may be negatively affecting your health. Winfall Air, LLC removes the aforementioned contaminants to restore your HVAC duct system in like new condition.

Air Duct Cleaning

Winfall Air, LLC cleans and seals air intake duct work and grills using HEPA filtered commercial grade vacuum systems. Intake grills are usually inundated or covered with dust and not as much as microbiological growth as the outlet vents.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Air Duct Cleaning

Winfall Air, LLC highly recommends cleaning dryer vents on a semi-annual basis or at least every two years, depending on how long the vent line is, how many elbows are in the line, and how often laundry is done. Winfall Air can perform this service individually, or as part of a HVAC system duct cleaning.


Air Duct Cleaning

Fire safety, efficiency, and prolonged appliance lifetime are the benefits of a proactive dryer vent maintenance. Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer and exhaust duct. We also highly recommend not running the dryer when no one is at home or the dryer operation is unattended.

Needless to say, when the dryer vent is appropriately maintained on a recurring basis, the efficiency and lifespan of the appliance can be attained.

HVAC System Cleaning

Air Duct Cleaning

A proactive maintenance on a Heating Ventilation And Cooling (HVAC) system saves you money in the long run. A dirty or clogged system has to work harder and longer to heat or cool your home or business.

Air Duct Cleaning

Even if the filters are changed regularly, small amounts of dust and dirt will accumulate over time on the system's coils thereby reducing airflow in the duct work. This not only causes the system longer to achieve the desired temperatures, but can also reduce significantly the life expectancy of the HVAC system.

Energy savings with a maintained system can be as much as 30% as compared to a clogged system

MEET WINFALL AIR QUALITY TEAM
Jayme Glass

Jayme Glass

CEO

Ashley K

Ashley K

Admin Specialist

Diogo

Katie H

Admin Support

Harleigh

Harleigh

Air Quality Technician

Wit

Wit

Air Quality Technician

Haylee

Haylee

Air Quality Technician

Diogo

Diogo

Air Quality Technician

Sultan

Sultan

Air Quality Technician

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Air Duct Cleaning is when forced-air components of HVAC systems as well as dryer vent ducts are thoroughly cleaned. Forced-air components of HVAC systems include but not limited to:

  • Supply and return air ducts and registers
  • Grilles and diffusers
  • Heat exchangers
  • Heating and cooling coils
  • Condensate drain (or drip) pans
  • Air handling unit housing
Over time, internal surfaces of air ducts collect dust, pollen, debris, pet dander, and any other airborne pollution that travels through ductwork systems, As such, eventual creation of harmful mold, mildew, bacteria and/or fungus transpires necessitating the importance of cleaning to maintain a healthful interior environment. Although business or home owners strive to maintain very clean living areas; but most cannot believe what is commonly discovered within HVAC ductwork or dryer vent lines. Even new homes have air ducts that are filled with construction debris. More so if you have pets and/or children at home, your ductwork has a good chance of containing pet hair/fur, dander, toys, food, etc. that may have been drawn through the grilles or fallen into the system's registers.

 

The US EPA disclosed that on an average of 10,000 households, indoor air is 37% more polluted that outdoor air.

While other cleaning companies may advise you to get the inspections and/or cleaning done annually, Winfall Air, LLC would rather work with you to determine the reasonable frequency of recommended cleaning/inspection of HVAC ductwork. Our recommendations will be based on health concerns, life or business style, and surrounding conditions of living areas.

Below are just a few of the signs or potential causes of air duct contamination:

  • Allergies, sinus, or bronchial problems
  • Soiled or discolored areas or surfaces at or around vent covers, grilles or registers
  • Unusual odors when furnace or air conditioning is operating
  • Recent fire, water loss, or flooding
  • Recent interior construction or remodeling

Even with the most expensive electrostatic kind of air filtration system, no filter is 100% effective at filtering out contaminants from air duct systems. Additionally, harmful contaminants also get into the duct system from places other than where the filter is located. Once air goes through the filter, it's sucked through the machinery that makes up the furnace and air conditioner. As a result, every time the system turns on, its moving parts and incidental vibration shake up the dust that typically settles in the ducts - and the air that just went through the filter now blows that dust into the living areas. Additionally, the temperature control process for living areas creates the kind of temperature and humidity changes in the ducts that in turn enable the growth of unhealthy mold, mildew, fungus, and bacteria.

Results of a research conducted by the US EPA reveal that the removal of debris that builds up inside ductwork network of HVAC systems improves air flow up to 20% or more. This means that systems should not have to longer than they're intended to do so. Therefore, clean air duct systems promote lower energy bills.

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Business Address

Winfall Air, LLC.
31 Waterfall Road
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Telephone: (804) 922-9001

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