Breathe-Easy™ Air Duct Cleaning utilizes sophisticated equipment specifically designed to clean the air ducts, furnace, and air conditioning systems in your commercial and industrial buildings.
Depending on the line of work you're in, we recommend commercial and industrial buildings be cleaned every three years.
Our certified air duct cleaning technicians have been creating cleaner, healthier homes in the Tulsa area for over 35 years. We recommend home air duct cleanings every three years.
Homeowners, air ducts can seem "out of sight out of mind", but clean ducts are vital to the efficiency of your home. Not only do they create better air quality for you and your family but clean air ducts also help your systems run effectively, reducing utility bills.
Over time lent builds up in your dryer vent and if you're not getting a good flow to your dyer that's a sure sign your vent needs to be cleaned.
Factors such as length of dryer vent duct and where it vents out of (the side of your home or the roof) can effect how easily your vents get clogged.
Clogged dryer vents, unchecked, can lead to house fires.
We recommend each family get their dryer vent cleaned once a year.
PHOTO TAKEN BY ONE OF OUR TECHNICIANS BEFORE A CLEANING ON A RECENT COMMERCIAL AIR DUCT JOB
PHOTO TAKEN BY THE SAME TECHNICIAN OF THE SAME DUCT AFTER A THOROUGH CLEANING
We have four teams of certified air duct cleaning technicians who use sophisticated equipment specifically designed to clean the air ducts, furnace, and air conditioning systems in your business.
By using our powerful vacuum and air compressor we can create a cleaner, healthier environment for you to live and/or work in. Our equipment has the capacity to vacuum at a rate of 15,000 to 23,000 cubic feet per minute.
For our commercial and industrial clients, we offer after hours cleaning services, send photo updates daily and we always leave your facility as clean (if not cleaner) than we found it.
The World Health Organization estimates that 3.2 million die prematurely each year from indoor air pollution.
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According to the Mayo Clinic most people become infected by Legionnaires' disease when they inhale microscopic water droplets containing legionella bacteria. This might be from the spray from a shower, faucet or whirlpool, or water from the ventilation system in a large building.
WE WORRY ABOUT OUTDOOR POLLUTION BUT
LET'S NOT FORGET THE DANGERS OF INDOOR POLLUTION