May 28, 2017

Duct Cleaning Company

NH Air Duct Cleaning

NH Air Duct CleaningNERS is a qualified NH air duct cleaning company with upfront, honest pricing. Practically 80% of modern life is lived indoors. The EPA rates poor indoor air quality in the top five environmental concerns. A major source of indoor air pollution is the heating and cooling duct work in your New Hampshire home or business. Indoor air, on the average, is 3 to 5 times more contaminated than outdoor air, and in some cases as much as 70 times more contaminated with allergens like dust, mold, pollen and dander. The reason is that modern heating and air conditioning systems re-circulate the air, pulling cool air from each room and passing it through your furnace, creating the warm air coming out of your vents. The average six room house produces approximately 40 pounds of dust each year. Homes with pets or recent remodeling work produce even more.

45% of home costs our energy related. Dirty duct work and plugged heating return vents will reduce airflow and make your furnace work harder, causing your energy bill to go up. HVAC manufacturers recommend replacing the filter in your furnace every two months. We suggest to our clients to have New England Remediation Services clean their home heating and air-conditioning duct work every three years. In the same way as pumping your septic tank regularly improves it’s efficiency, and servicing your boiler keeps it running at peak performance, cleaning the air ducts in your home as part of your routine maintenance also ensures long-term savings by preventing more expensive costs like higher electric bills, wear and tear on your furnace, and medical treatment for allergies and illnesses from breathing contaminated air.

Not only are we qualified to clean dust and dirt from your heating system, but we also treat it with a nontoxic biocide agent designed to kill any mold spores that may seek to re-establish themselves. We are available to clean air ducts in Concord NH, Manchester NH and surrounding New Hampshire towns.