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Ducts and vents play an important role in maintaining the indoor air quality of your home or commercial property, circulating air throughout the building ensuring that what you are breathing in is fresh and safe. Over time, vents and ducts get clogged with dirt, dust, debris or other airborne particles, resulting in unwanted buildup. Cleaning your air ducts regularly will ensure:

  • A high level of air quality throughout your home or commercial property,

  • Maximized energy efficiency,

  • Decreased risk of fire or other internal damage.

Cleaning your dryer vent is equally important to reduce the risk of building damage. A dryer vent carries hot, moist air from your dryer to the outside of the building. Over time, this vent will become clogged with dust and lint, which can lead to a range of problems if left unattended to. Servicing your dryer vent regularly will:

  • Significantly reduce the fire hazard risk within your home or commercial property,

  • Maximize energy efficiency,

  • Reduce the risk of unwanted air backing up into your home.

To have your ducts or vents cleaned and serviced, book an appointment with Clean Air Atlantic today.

Ducts and vents play an important role in maintaining the indoor air quality of your home or commercial property, circulating air throughout the building ensuring that what you are breathing in is fresh and safe. Over time, vents and ducts get clogged with dirt, dust, debris or other airborne particles, resulting in unwanted buildup. Cleaning your air ducts regularly will ensure:

  • A high level of air quality throughout your home or commercial property,

  • Maximized energy efficiency,

  • Decreased risk of fire or other internal damage.

Cleaning your dryer vent is equally important to reduce the risk of building damage. A dryer vent carries hot, moist air from your dryer to the outside of the building. Over time, this vent will become clogged with dust and lint, which can lead to a range of problems if left unattended to. Servicing your dryer vent regularly will:

  • Significantly reduce the fire hazard risk within your home or commercial property,

  • Maximize energy efficiency,

  • Reduce the risk of unwanted air backing up into your home.

To have your ducts or vents cleaned and serviced, book an appointment with Clean Air Atlantic today.

Ducts and vents play an important role in maintaining the indoor air quality of your home or commercial property, circulating air throughout the building ensuring that what you are breathing in is fresh and safe. Over time, vents and ducts get clogged with dirt, dust, debris or other airborne particles, resulting in unwanted buildup. Cleaning your air ducts regularly will ensure:

  • A high level of air quality throughout your home or commercial property,

  • Maximized energy efficiency,

  • Decreased risk of fire or other internal damage.

Cleaning your dryer vent is equally important to reduce the risk of building damage. A dryer vent carries hot, moist air from your dryer to the outside of the building. Over time, this vent will become clogged with dust and lint, which can lead to a range of problems if left unattended to. Servicing your dryer vent regularly will:

  • Significantly reduce the fire hazard risk within your home or commercial property,

  • Maximize energy efficiency,

  • Reduce the risk of unwanted air backing up into your home.

To have your ducts or vents cleaned and serviced, book an appointment with Clean Air Atlantic today.

Spray Foam Insulation

Is your home susceptible to heat loss due to a lack of proper insulation? Clean Air offers safe and efficient closed-cell spray foam insulation.

Spray foam insulation can be highly effective when professionally installed, and it offers several advantages over other types of insulation. 

Heat Sealing

Spray foam seals in heat and eliminates drafts, reducing annual energy bills.

Long Lasting

Spray foam will last you a life time with an estimated life span of 80-100 years.

Sound Proofing

Spray foam will act as a sound barrier and can significantly reduce unwanted noise transfer.

Closed-Cell Foam & R-Value

We insulate spaces using what is called closed-cell foam. Closed-cell and open-cell spray foam insulation are two distinct types of insulation with varying characteristics. While Open-cell foam is quite light, Closed-cell foam is dense and has a higher R-value per inch, making it an excellent thermal insulator. It provides a moisture barrier and can add structural strength to a building. Closed-cell foam is the preferred choice for areas with high humidity or for insulation where space is limited. 

R-Value, also known as thermal resistance value, is a critical measure of an insulation material's ability to resist the flow of heat and prevent heat transfer. The higher the R-value, the better the insulation is at keeping a building warm in the winter and cool in the summer, ultimately reducing energy consumption and enhancing comfort.

Looking for more information or to book a free assessment and quote? Contact us today and a member of our team will reach out to you.

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