Reliable Duct Cleaning
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Many HVAC companies will recommend getting annual duct cleanings just to make a sale. The honest truth: Unless there's a problem with your HVAC system, you shouldn't need to get your ducts cleaned regularly. At Reliable Heating & Air, our certified techs will inspect your HVAC system to find out if it actually needs to be cleaned, then properly clean every inch of your system, all while giving you the 5-star service we've been giving customers since 1978.
- Price starting at: $549.99 - most companies give a cheap price per vent and then upsell you in your home. Reliable's duct cleaning pricing is per system and NO phony upselling.
- Average time to complete: 4-8 hours
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Contact us online or call us at (770) 594-9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your tech, so you know who's coming to your home.
We inspect you ducts to see if they need cleaning
Your tech will inspect your ducts to see if your ducts really need to be cleaned. If they don't, we'll let you know and be on our way. If they do, your tech will give you a no-obligation quote.
We clean your ducts properly
We're certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), which means we'll use a proper cleaning method to safely and effectively clean your ducts.
100% Satisfaction Quaranteed
Cleaning your air ducts is only half of the job. If you're not completely satisfied with our service, let us know in our follow-up survey and we'll make it right.
Signs You Need A
A lot of HVAC companies will try to sell you an AC or furnace duct cleaning when you don't really need one.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you should only get your ducts cleaned if:
- You see mold on your ducts or air handler. If mold is visible inside your system, or you're worried that mold is growing (Atlanta summers get pretty humid), call a professional to get your ducts inspected.
- Your ducts are infested with vermin (rodents, insects, etc.). A vermin infestation is typically a sign that you have holes in your ducts or gaps between the connections. If that's the case, you'll need to get your ducts repaired.
- You see dust in your ducts or blowing from your supply vents. This usually means you have a leak somewhere in your supply ducts that's pulling dust in from your attic or crawl space. This is another case where you'd need a duct repair.
Benefits of Getting Your
An HVAC cleaning can help:
- Improve air quality. By removing the dust and debris blowing into your home, you could create a healthier breathing environment for family members who are allergic to pollen, mold, dust mites, and more.
- Increase system efficiency. Dust on your HVAC system's parts can slow down performance, significantly reducing efficiency. For example, dust on the cooling coil will act as an insulator, forcing your system to run longer and work harder to cool your home. Removing that dust will help your system perform more efficiently.
- Reduce energy bills. Because an HVAC duct cleaning will help your system operate more efficiently, you can expect lower monthly energy costs.
How to choose a duct cleaning professional
When choosing an HVAC cleaning professional, the EPA recommends staying away from HVAC companies that:
Recommend routine duct cleanings.
Regular duct cleanings are an easy sale for a lot of HVAC companies. As we mentioned above, you really only need to have your ducts cleaned when you have mold, a vermin infestation or dust blowing from your supply vents.
Claim to be certified by the EPA.
The EPA doesn't provide any kind of duct cleaning certification to HVAC companies.
Aren't certified by the NADCA.
HVAC companies certified by the NADCA will comply with industry standards by using safe and proper air duct cleaning methods. To find out if a company is certified, visit the NADCA website.
Won't give you an upfront quote.
This is usually a red flag that the company will charge you more than the rate you agreed to during the estimate.
Have bad reviews.
If a significant number of customers had a bad experience with the company's services, go with a higher-rated company. You can check reviews on sites like Google and the Better Business Bureau.