Air Duct Cleaning in Lancaster, PA
Breathe easier and keep your utility bills in check with affordable duct cleaning services from Environmental Hazard Control (EHC) Associates. We offer a wide range of commercial and residential duct cleaning options for our customers in the Lancaster, PA, area. EHC has decades of experience with a wide range of HVAC systems. If you’re in need of duct cleaning service in Lancaster, take a moment to learn how and why you’ll benefit from calling on our team of trained experts to get the work done.
e.h.c. can provide air duct cleaning service to the following locations in Lancaster County:
- Mount Joy
- Willow Street
- Other areas in York County
Why Duct Cleaning Matters?
The type of air duct cleaning Lancaster homeowners and business owners need often involves ducts that clearly look dirty. But there may be even more going on within your air ducts than you realize. In addition to dust and dander, all types of pollutants and contaminants can get into ductwork – even in places not ordinarily visible.
And if you live in a Lancaster household where people smoke or where pets also reside, you’ll definitely benefit from our residential duct cleaning capabilities. Your ducts can become just as dirty if your home or business has undergone recent renovation work.
What’s more, dirty or contaminated ducts can have a big impact on indoor air quality. This is because accumulated pollutants can easily be recirculated through the air within your indoor spaces. Dirty ductwork can also make your heating and cooling system work harder than it should, which can contribute to increased wear and tear on parts.
In order to minimize personal health risks and keep your HVAC system running as efficiently as possible, it’s recommended that you have your ducts cleaned, at least, every two years. Signs it may be time to take advantage of our duct cleaning service in Lancaster include:
• Visible signs of dust and debris on vents
• Signs of mold growth
• Vermin in ducts (or signs of vermin)
• Noticeable odors when your heating or cooling system is operating
• Increased instances of allergy problems or respiratory ailments and other signs of poor indoor air quality