Check Airduct & Energy Systems Before the Winter Months

Written by Kimberly Falvey  |  24. October 2011

Rockville Centre, NY- DUCTZ of Indoor Air Professionals, the nation's largest air duct cleaning and HVAC restoration organization, reminds home and business owners that now is the time to have their air ducts and energy systems checked before the winter months. As people are transitioning from air-conditioning to heating systems, DUCTZ of Western Long Island wants Long Island area residents to be assured that their air ducts are clean, free from contaminants, and ready for the long winter haul, especially since the majority of time will be spent indoors during these months. "When people tracked in dust and contaminants into homes and businesses over the summer, they were unaware that these harmful materials were increasingly accumulating in the air duct system," said John Falvey, Owner/Operator of DUCTZ of Western Long Island. "Failure to eliminate this build-up before the winter months take over will increase poor indoor air quality and make energy systems work much harder, resulting in higher energy bill payments for Long Island area home and business owners." Because dirty ducts circulate dirty air, DUCTZ of Western Long Island provides residents and businesses exceptional air duct cleaning services, as well as opportunities to extend the life of furnaces and air conditioners by preventing accumulation of harmful contaminants, such as bacteria, microbial growth, and other allergens such as dust, pollen, smoke, and odors that lurk in HVAC systems and duct work. According to Falvey "Having your ducts professionally cleaned can enhance indoor air quality, and ensures that the air delivery systems supply clean, fresh air to keep furnishings, carpets, and fabrics cleaner and lasting longer, as well as optimizing energy efficiency." Specialized certifications are necessary for working within residential and commercial industries to optimize ventilation systems and improve indoor air quality. DUCTZ professionals that hold a National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) Ventilation System Mold Remediator (VSMR) certification undergo specific training that ensures an understanding of microbiological contamination, project assessment, and how to apply NADCA and other industry standards. Every DUCTZ professional undergoing the VSMR certification must be Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) certified. The ASCS certification by NADCA signifies a high level of professionalism in the cleaning and restoration industry. Through certification, trained personnel demonstrate requisite knowledge of HVAC system cleaning, NADCA standards, and OSHA regulations. By passing a rigorous certification examination, DUCTZ professionals achieve a reputation of reliability and competence. DUCTZ provides a number of specialized 'green' and energy efficient services for commercial and residential customers, including a patented foil lining process, germicidal ultraviolet light and filtration products, high capacity filtration and dryer vent cleaning. DUCTZ is an approved Energy Star service provider, assuring that cleaning processes meet the strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy for the Energy Star program. "There are many benefits to keeping your HVAC system optimized," said Falvey, owner of the DUCTZ of Western Long Island. "Educating people who otherwise may never have known the dangers of poor indoor air quality is a key part of our business." About DUCTZ DUCTZ is the nation's largest air duct cleaning and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) restoration company. DUCTZ is an Energy Star partner, helping homeowners and businesses to save money by optimizing HVAC system efficiency through cleaning and restoration. DUCTZ also provides microbial maintenance controls and chemical-free processes for reducing biological contaminants. DUCTZ is a member of the National Air Duct Cleaner's Association (NADCA), Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and Air Conditioning Contractors Association (ACCA), leading industry standards.  DUCTZ was featured on cable television's show Designing Spaces, and in Entrepreneur magazine's January 2009 issue, was ranked #1 in its category and in the upper half of the Top 500 Franchises in the United States. For more information, visit www.ductz.com. Or Call (516)780-7116

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