Duct cleaning gets rid of exhausting stinks

The specialist used what looked love a giant vacuum cleaner with a long hose and a brush connectment

Last July, our numerous sons and our hubby took a fishing charter together; They left early in the afternoon, spent the whole afternoon out on the lake, and came home with a cooler of fresh fish, but both of us made dinner on the barbecue, ate on the patio and enjoyed a delicious meal. There were a lot of filets leftover, so I froze the remainder, then i finally thawed them out to surprise our hubby and sons with a fish dinner in the middle of December. The meal wasn’t a surprise because there was no way to hide or avoid the smell… With the gas furnace operating at maximum capacity, the stink got pulled into the air ducts and spread to every room in the house. The outside temperature was down to eight degrees, so there was no way I could open the windows and get some fresh air. I vacuumed, dusted, sprayed room desmellizers and burned scented candles, but nothing helped with the smell! After numerous mornings, I busy a maintenance with a professional Heating and A/C business. When the specialist evaluated the gas furnace, she discovered a significant accumulation of pollutants inside the ducts. The debris had absorbed the smell and was causing the stink to linger. This build up of contaminants was also restricting airflow and increasing the workload of the gas furnace. Issues with comfort, indoor air quality and higher than necessary monthly bills were all because of the dirty HVAC duct. I was relieved that the duct cleaning process wasn’t overly intrusive or fancy. It was completed in a little over an hour. The specialist used what looked love a giant vacuum cleaner with a long hose and a brush connectment. This component discottaged stubborn contaminants and debris and then sucked them up.

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