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How to deep clean your dryer duct in 5 steps

Many fires are attributed to malfunctioning dryers. These fires frequently involve uncleaned dryer ducts clogged with lint, dirt and other debris. Nashville residents can call our experienced crew to clean out dryer ducts and ensure that fire hazards are fixed. Learn...

Why cleaning up those AC ducts is important

There are many homes and businesses throughout the United States and around the world that rely on the cool air that air conditioning systems provide. Many areas are seeing unusually hot weather patterns and temperatures. This has certainly been the case for...

Mold growing around the AC register

What should you do if you find mold growing around the AC register? What does it mean? How did it get there? Are you going to die? Well, yes, you will probably die eventually, but not from this  How did it get there? First, you must understand that mold is secondary...

Bad smell in air ducts

What should you do if you have a bad smell coming from the air ducts? One interesting fact is, in spite of all the advances in science, the only smell detector is your nose. However, instruments can measure volatile organic compounds (VOC)s, which may be in order if...

Dead Mouse In The Air Ducts

What should you do if you smell something dead in your air ducts? Many times you are right, some animal has died in your ducts. The first thing to do is to find it. The best way to do that is with a boroscope or robot. Once it is found, it must be removed. Then what?...

Dirty sock odor in air ducts

Do you have the smell of dirty socks when your air conditioner comes on? Your HVAC unit may be experiencing Dirty Sock Syndrome (clever name, huh?). The bad smell is coming from your air conditioner condensation drain pan. In English, a condensation drain pan is where...

Sweating Ducts in the Crawlspace

Why are your air ducts sweating in the crawlspace? Why is that a problem? When ducts start sweating, they create a vicious cycle. If you can remember back to your Eighth Grade Science Class, you would know that warm air can hold more water than cold air. The point at...