Glendale Duct Sanitizing Services
Making Estate Homes Healthier
Life in Glendale and the Greater Los Angeles area can be pretty chaotic.
At the end of a long day at the office, you just want to come back home
and enjoy some rest and relaxation. All the while you may be unaware of
the invisible enemies that are wreaking havoc within your property –
viruses and bacteria. These dangerous pathogens love to accumulate in
your ductwork. They then make their way into the air you breathe when
your HVAC system is running.
At Fresh Aire Duct Cleaning, we offer duct sanitizing services in Glendale
for homeowners who wish to maximize the benefits of our regular duct cleaning
services. Our disinfecting products are effective in protecting you and
your family from a variety of sicknesses and diseases, ranging from the
common cold to the COVID-19 virus. Designed for use in sterile environments
like hospitals and medical facilities, these products have been adapted
to be used in your estate home. Our sanitizers are EPA-approved, non-toxic,
eco-friendly, and safe for humans.
Fresh Aire Duct Cleaning provides estate homes with the highest level of
cleaning possible. Call
(818) 275-5556 or
contact us online to request your free estimate!
Our Duct Sanitizing Process
Our certified air duct specialists are trained to eliminate threats within
your estate home through the application of powerful sanitizers. Our technicians
will utilize an 8-step process when sanitizing your air duct system to
ensure the most thorough job. We are committed to making sure that no
germs and no irritating chemicals get left behind.
Our estate home duct sanitizing process includes:
Step 1 – ensure that all humans and pets are outside of your home and that
secure covers are placed on plants and food.
Step 2 – turn off the HVAC system while leaving the fan run to circulate
the sanitizer throughout your house.
Step 3 – open windows in your home to ensure adequate ventilation during
the application of the product.
Step 4 – place a sheet below vents to provide protection in the rare event
that the sanitizer leaks.
Step 5 – apply the sanitizing product to your ducts in the form of a fog.
Step 6 – leave the fans on for up to 15 minutes to ensure proper distribution
of the product.
Step 7 – collect the protective sheets that were placed under the vents.
Step 8 – Wipe down vents in the kitchen and any counters or food prep areas
located under a vent.
(818) 275-5556 for EPA-approved sanitizing products that effectively fight against COVID-19
and other viruses and bacteria.