Duct Cleaning Services | Start Enjoying Cleaner Air with Clean Ducts

Dust, pollen, dander and more build up in your ductwork, call B.F. Mahn to have your ducts cleaned and start breathing easier!

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Reduce Respiratory Illness with Regular Duct Cleaning



Dirty HVAC systems and ducting can reduce indoor air quality and the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems. B.F. Mahn & Sons Inc. Duct Cleaning service addresses dirty ducting and HVAC systems to improve indoor air quality and maximize the efficiency of your comfort systems.

In a typical sized home or small commercial building up to 40 pounds of dust can accumulate annually.

Your central heating and air conditioning systems are the lungs of your home or office. These systems take in air and pushes air out.

Does your heating and cooling system have ductwork? It is important to have your ducting cleaned every, or every-other year to make sure that your home's air quality is healthy.

Through normal occupation and activity, we generate many contaminants and air pollutants (dander, dust, and chemicals). These contaminants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated an average of 5 to 7 times per day. Over time, this re-circulation causes a build-up of contaminants in the ductwork.

While dirty ducts don’t necessarily mean unhealthy air in your home or workplace, they can contribute to serious health issues or harbor contaminants that could cause serious problems for people with respiratory health conditions, autoimmune disorders or environmental allergies.

Regular duct cleaning will improve indoor air quality improving the health benefits of building occupants.

B.F. Mahn & Sons Inc. utilizes industry-leading Hepa-filtered vacuums. We remove the debris with brushes which moves the dust and other pollutants toward the Hepa-filtered vacuums. In addition to cleaning ductwork, we usually take further steps to clean your furnace and coils.