NADCA Air Duct Cleaning for Hotels and Motels In Spring Valley, Paradise, Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, NV, and the Surrounding Areas
Hotel and Motel
Air Duct Cleaning Service
Keeping all of the rooms and reception areas clean in the hotels and motels in Spring Valley, Paradise, Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, and the surrounding areas is a top priority.
Along with those efforts should be a NADCA air duct cleaning from the experience team from Duct-Pro. We have been helping hotels and motels reduce their cleaning efforts as well as extending the life of their HVAC equipment for nearly 20 years. Let us perform air duct cleaning services on your property to reduce dust, mold, mildew, and other particulates.
Call us today to learn more and schedule our certified technicians.
#1 Las Vegas Air Duct Cleaning Company for Hotels & Motels
Furnace and Air Duct Cleaning Services
For Hotels and Motels
With all of the traffic that hotels and motels deal with, that means a lot of contaminants that are brought into the building that can get into your HVAC system and build up, causing those contaminants to be recycled throughout the building in your air duct system. Doing a furnace cleaning along with a full air duct cleaning service will remove the build-up of mold, dust, particulates, odors, and more from your air duct system.
A NADCA air duct cleaning adheres to specific high standards for air duct cleaning, and that’s what our certified technicians follow when they perform air duct cleaning services. Your HVAC system will not have to work as hard to move air throughout your building, and you will use less energy along with extending the life of your equipment.
About this Process
Our air duct cleaning services include but not limited to:
- Vent Cleaning
- Duct Cleaning
- Return Cleaning
- Deep Cleaning
- Anti-bacterial Fogging
- Odor Elimination
In Motels and Hotels
You spend a good amount on making sure the room linens and other aspects of your hotel or motel are clean and inviting, and you should do the same with your air ducts. Having an HVAC cleaning will provide all of your guests and visitors with a cleaner environment that doesn’t upset their allergies or cause them to become ill from the irritants that would otherwise be blown around the building.
Having a NADCA air duct cleaning will be a positive investment in the cleanliness of your hotel or motel in Spring Valley, Paradise, Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, and the surrounding areas. These unseen special things help to make a positive impact on your guests and get you positive reviews and referrals. Contact the air duct cleaning specialists at Duct-Pro today and learn more about our air duct cleaning service.
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How often should I clean my air ducts?
According to EPA (U.S Environmental Protection Agency), air ducts should be cleaned when they are clogged, which usually takes 3 to 5 years to build up. The best thing you can do is get a professional to inspect your air ducts.
How do I know if my air ducts need to be cleaned?
Since the ducts are not visible unless you actually access them, it is somewhat difficult to asses the situation by yourself. But here are a few signs you need to call your duct pro:
1. If you haven't change your air filters as required.
2. If the vent covers have visible dust marks.
3. If your AC unit has been working for a long time and the room doesn't seem to get colder.
4. If the airflow coming out from the vent is low.
Should I just buy a new system and end with it?
Sometimes buying a new unit is the right choice for you. If you haven't change your unit for many years, new technologies can probably improve performence. However, sometimes it would be cheaper and more efficient to get someone to inspect your ducts and vents and clean them for same results and lower costs.
How often should I clean my dryer vent?
Dryer vents cleaning is a very important task that can prevent real damage and life threats. When your vent is not cleaned properly, it can cause overheating and eventually fire. This is why experts recommend cleaning your vents at least every year before the warmer seasons.