It is recommended to clean the air exchange every 3 to 5 years. This should always be done by professional duct cleaning companies. Your home breathes through your air exchanger. It gives you fresh air and ejects the stale air outside.
Then, in case of negligence, the impact could be bad for your health because of the development of dust, germs and bacteria, so keep this device for the sake of your family and your home.
Also, cleaning your air exchanger ensure proper operation and purify the air in your home for improved air quality and fewer allergens.
Our method of cleaning air exchanger
So, we have two methods for cleaning air exchanger:
- The first is the most often used is the technique of friction-sucking is a soft brush electrically remote controlled by our certified technicians which is also combined with our long famous suction hose that dirt to send our waste recovery units.
- The second methodis sometimes used depending on the route and curves between the Duct and air exchanger as such, without ignoring well on the machine that makes it all work
- Then , we we will involve performing a cleaning including all your air filters and valves internal exchanger, your device will return as new.
Why should I have the air exchanger cleaned regularly?
The air exchanger allows you to renew the indoor air approximately every 3 hours, in order to maintain the best air quality. It moves stale air outdoors, and moves clean, filtered air in, free of annoying pollutants and substances that are potentially harmful to your health. This includes the removal of odours caused by substances like:
- Tobacco smoke
- Chimney smoke
- Pet odours
- Mustiness, caused by humidity
- Chemical products
- Cooking gas
The optimal functioning of your air exchanger is vital to the health of you and your family.
Inefficient air exchange, caused by blockages, will increase the spread of bacteria, dust, and other allergens. This can lead to increased allergy symptoms and may cause other respiratory ailments.
A clean air exchanger and ventilation system is essential to maintain the structure of your fireplace, floors, and walls too – by preventing a moisture build up that can lead to cracks, mildew and mould.