Don’t Live in Someone Else’s Grime… Move in Duct Cleaning, HVAC Cleaning and Carpet Steaming
You love your new home, and you want it to be safe for your family. But who knows what kind of dust, dirt, dander, spores, pet hair or other unmentionables are lurking behind the walls from the previous occupants, ready to spew out when the furnace or air comes on.
If you’ve ever gotten a cold in summer, there’s a good chance you had a stationary fan blowing on you the day before (maybe at a friend or relatives place, or cottage). The reality is most home-owners never clean their ceiling or portable fans, which are a magnet for mould, bacteria & viruses. These need to be cleaned one a year with soap & water, alcohol or vinegar.
When you pull out your oscillating fans in spring, make sure you clean them before use, and put them on reciprocate so that it’s not always blowing on you. If you can catch a cold from a ceiling fan in just one year of dust accumulation, why wouldn’t you think it could be possible to get it from a furnace/central air system that’s on for several months of the year, and hardly ever cleaned? When was the last time the office fan or central air system at work was cleaned – talk to you Health & Safety department to keep your workplace health issues from spreading.
Not just vents, but carpet too, all the same things as above and maybe more. Removing someone else’s mystery stains and any odours before your kids play on the floor would be even more things for you to do when moving in. You’re probably an awesome cleaner, but having it professionally done, ensures a deep clean with commercial equipment that elbow grease alone couldn’t muster.
Even new homes can have drywall dust and silt that settled in the bottom of the cold air returns, which could poof all over your furnishings, the first chance it gets. Did you just renovate? As good as you did on the clean up; it’s amazing what makes it down into the vents.
Clothes dryer vents are the leading cause of home fires, even if you’re diligent about cleaning the lint trap, who knows if the previous owner(s) were? It’s amazing what gets trapped in those pipes over the years. We do lots to keep our kids and family safe, and this should be one of them.
Does the house have a weird smell? A customer focused duct cleaning company with IAQ (indoor air quality) certification will spray the vents once cleaned with a non-toxic commercial grade odor control comprised of essential oils, to ensure your new house smells fresh and clean.
While you’re at it, considered having the furnace or HVAC maintained and cleaned prior to move-in. There’s no sense having your kids sneeze every time the furnace or air conditioner comes on. Making sure there are no gas or oil leaks, no critters to stink up the house, and maintenance that it can operate at peak efficiency, is good for peace of mind.
Having clean vents and HVAC is not only safer for your family, and help prevent fires, but could also save money, by not having to force air through constricted vents.
In a condo? No problem, we duct clean high rise condos, apartments, office buildings, warehouses, retail shops and all kinds of spaces.
Have commercial properties? We do that too! We service a broad coverage area across Southern Ontario Burlington – Scugog – including: Milton, Halton Hills, Oakville, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, King, Newmarket, Markham, Pickering, Bradford, Georgina, East Gwillimbury, Uxbridge, Oshawa and more)
With multiple technicians and can handle various commercial properties simultaneously. Let us handle the project management for cleaning and maintaining your HVAC, duct work, boilers, odor removal services, carpet cleaning, IAQ, fire & flood restoration and related services, and let you get back to doing what you do best.
If You Need Duct Cleaning Near Me – Call Today 416-410-3777 to ensure you’re scheduled before your move in date near one of our many local offices!
Canaduct Duct Cleaning is widely recognized over the last 10+ years for our commitment to serving our customers while staying friendly to the environment. We have a history of excellence and dedication to our clients, providing professional and high-quality duct cleaning services across Southern Ontario.
In July of 2014, the Government of Canada set up a joint task force with the CRTC, Canadian CASL law states that continued harassment by email or telemarketing is illegal. If you have told a company you no longer wish to be contacted again, it is considered harassment and these companies can face heavy fines. Unfortunately, there is a duct cleaning company in Toronto that uses a telemarketing organization out of Pakistan to call all Canadians asking if they want duct cleaning. Even if you tell them you are on the CMA Do Not Call List, beg or plead with them to remove you off their list, the calls keep coming. Watch this CBC Marketplace video for more info:
Here’s What You Can Do To Help Eliminate This Fraud:
Do NOT book any appointment with these telemarketing companies as it will prove to them that it works
tell the telemarketers you do not want to be contacted again – record the time and date (try to get the company name if possible – they will likely hang up at this point)
if they call again, record the time & date and phone number then file a complaint with http://fightspam.gc.ca
Don’t fall for “bait and switch” fraud (quoted one price and charged another). If someone gives you a quote – get it in writing, and hold them to it. Make sure you know what the service includes and they perform it completely. Additional services should be optional.
if you do need air duct cleaning, please call a reputable company such as Canaduct at: 416-410-3777
Here are Some Articles on the Companies in Violation of CRTC Telemarketing Laws:
Canaduct Air Duct Cleaning (as well as most other air duct cleaning service providers in the GTA) would never engage in such an unethical & illegal practice as this, and if you do receive these continued calls, you should file a complaint with http://fightspam.gc.ca. These unscrupulous agencies have given the industry a bad name and we apologize on behalf of the honest companies that strive to treat customers with the utmost of respect and highest level of customer service.
The Air Duct Cleaning Service You Deserve
Here is a video that shows you the level of service Canaduct offers our home & office owners, so they can be sure we come and go without leaving a trace other than the distinct difference of great fresh air.
Dryer Vent Fires Happen when you least expect it, don’t let this happen to you!
Poorly maintained clothes dryers vents cause approximately 16,000 residential fires per year. These need to be disassembled completely to prevent fire hazards, which is why most air duct companies don’t clean them. Canaduct takes the time and care needed to do them right.
Contrary to popular belief, homeowners are not the only ones who can benefit from regular air duct cleaning services. Toronto condo owners can also have duct cleaning, vent and furnace cleaning performed in their units whenever needed.
In addition to standard duct cleaning equipment used in homes all over Toronto and the GTA, the professionals at Canaduct Duct Cleaning also use portable duct cleaning equipment to perform services in condos and townhouses. It doesn’t matter if your unit utilizes a standard furnace, heat pump or high velocity heating system, we are able to perform the duct cleaning services necessary to ensure that the air in your unit stays clean, and that your system operates as efficiently as possible.
Many condo and townhouse owners might be under the impression that duct cleaning is included in maintenance fees. The reality is, most condos do not include this service as part of regular maintenance. While we recommend twice-yearly duct cleaning to most of our customers, many choose to have their ducts and vents cleaned more often due to health issues. Some condo owners find that regular duct cleaning keeps their units free of dirt, debris, allergens and pet dander that could lead to respiratory ailments.
Owning a condo doesn’t mean you have to suffer with poor indoor air quality. Our portable air duct cleaning equipment is just as powerful as the equipment we use to clean the ducts and vents in houses. We can even clean your dryer vent and furnace to ensure that clean air circulates throughout your entire home.
Now that spring is here, condo owners should be considering getting air duct cleaning service performed before the time comes to turn on your air conditioning system. Appointments are going fast, so call us at 1 866.488.3828 for more information or to book your appointment now.
Are dirty air ducts affecting the quality of your home? They just might be. When air ducts are left untouched for many years, they can build up dirt, debris, or even mold. The result not only impacts the way air circulates in your home, but the quality of air that is circulating. This means that those long uncleaned ducts can disturb the overall air quality in your home.
In order to improve air quality, your air ducts should be cleaned every two to three years. Neglecting to do so can lead to a number of issues, the biggest being indoor air pollution. Indoor air pollution has become a growing concern for homeowners in recent years. Also known as indoor air quality (IAQ), indoor air pollution has to do with the air quality within a home or building and how it affects the health and well being of the people who live there. Unclean air ducts can greatly affect the IAQ in your home.
Has anyone in your family ever suffered from seasonal allergies? What about sinus problems, respiratory issues, or asthma? These are just some of the signs that indoor air pollution may be an issue in your home. When air ducts are not cleaned, they can accumulate contaminants, like debris, dust, or pollen. In some cases, if there is any moisture, then mold can form. These contaminants can cause people living in the home to have an allergic reaction if there is prolonged exposure. Children, the elderly, and those with asthma or allergies are especially vulnerable to the effects of indoor air pollution. Significant improvements can be made after allergens are removed from air ducts. Since air is re-circulated through your home 5 to 7 times a day, dust particles or mold spores can be released into the air, which affects the overall health of your family.
So, what can be done to solve this issue? It is simple – get your air ducts professionally cleaned every two to three years. Uncleaned or improperly cleaned air ducts can compromise your family’s health and comfort. It is important that you choose a qualified air duct service company to clean your air ducts. If your ducts are not cleaned properly and thoroughly, you are unlikely to experience the benefits of improved air quality in your home.
You deserve to breathe clean air. Don’t let the health of yourself and your family members suffer because of uncleaned air ducts. At Canduct, we understand that clean is essential for your home. We have 10 years of air duct service experience, from installation to duct cleaning. Our experienced staff can check your ducts for dust, dirt, pollen, and mold build-up and help to remove it. Canaduct Duct Cleaning is your best bet to help eliminate the effects of indoor air pollution. Our business has a reputation for putting our customers needs first and for doing the job right every time.
Each year, thousands of Canadians breath in potentially harmful indoor air pollution. Avoid being part of this statistic by contacting Canaduct Duct Cleaning today. Breathe easier with Canaduct Duct Cleaning clean air ducts.
What is more important than taking care of your home? Not much! That is why it is time to start thinking about the quality of air you’re breathing. Clean air is an absolute must for any living space. It contributes to the cleanliness of your home as well as the overall health of you and your family members. Unfortunately, many homeowners today don’t give their air quality a lot of thought. The result is polluted indoor air. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, this is the fourth biggest threat to overall health in North America. Before you start worrying endlessly – don’t! Having clean air can be as easy as 1-2-3.
Are you ready to get started? Then you’ll need to take the first step: paying attention to your home. That’s right, improved air quality can be as easy as taking note of signs there is trouble. For instance, have you found that your furniture is dustier or harder to clean lately? Has anyone in your household experienced symptoms like coughing, sneezing, runny nose, headaches, migraines, or allergic reactions recently? These issues are strong indicators that your home air is unclean – and something needs to be done about it.
The next step is to schedule a professional duct inspection. Yes, you read that right! Unclean air in the home is most commonly linked to air ducts that are full of contaminants like dust, dirt, and debris. Over time, these contaminants build-up inside the ducts naturally. This can be problematic if not removed, as dust and dirt can then be pushed back out into the air you breathe. That leads to indoor air pollution and reduced air quality in the home.
Scheduling a duct cleaning inspection is a necessity. During this process, a qualified specialist will take a peek inside of your air ducts. Through a visual inspection (or by using a number of small cameras for a more accurate reading), they will look for any signs of contaminant build-up. Why is an inspection so important to clean air? It gives the professionals a glimpse at your ductwork – and allows them to determine whether or not an air duct cleaning is necessary.
You’re almost done! There is just one more thing you’ll need to do to get that squeaky-clean home air. Step 3 is all about taking action by scheduling a duct cleaning. After that professional inspection is all said and done, you’ll know whether or not your ducts are full of potentially harmful contaminants. If they are, it’s time to eliminate the problem. How? Contact Canaduct Duct Cleaning to schedule a duct cleaning. Our team has experience removing any and all contaminants, leaving you with clean air that you are sure to notice. We recommend that a duct cleaning be done every two years or as necessary. This will ensure that your home air is always benefiting the health and wellness of your family. Think of it this way: a duct cleaning equals clean air!
Take care of your home by filling it with clean air each and every day. Need some help making it happen? A professional duct cleaning will do the trick. Improving your home doesn’t have to be difficult. You can do it in 1-2-3! What are you waiting for? Clean air is within your grasp.
Are you concerned about the quality of air in your home? Contact Canaduct Duct Cleaning at: 416-410-3777. Our experienced staff members specialize in residential and commercial air duct cleaning.
Sprucing up your home is a wonderful thing. A few renovations here and there and you’re left with the space you’ve always dreamed of. That’s why so many homeowners opt to fix up their kitchen, living room, basement, or any other area that needs…well, a little work. However, once the dust settles there’s something else to think about: an air duct cleaning. This important step is often forgotten or ignored. So why do you need a duct cleaning once you’ve finished renovations?
It has to do with air quality. Breathing clean air is always essential. Unfortunately, many homes today are dealing with a serious problem know as indoor air pollution. It happens when the ductwork in your home is left unclean. If your air ducts are left for too long without a professional cleaning, contaminants like dust, dirt, and other debris can build up inside of the ductwork. That can cause unclean air to circulate through the home. The result of that unclean air? A dirtier house and even serious health problems for you and your family members.
When you’ve had renovations or construction done, the risk of breathing unclean air increases dramatically. The same is true if you have just moved into a newly built home. The reasons behind this have to do with all of the construction materials. Anytime something is ripped down, pulled up, or installed, it creates dust and throws debris into the air. Even the most diligent of workers cannot clean up every bit of drywall dust, sawdust, or construction materials. These particles are then pulled into the ductwork – leading to unclean air in the home.
A duct cleaning is also important as it can remove construction materials that may have accidentally been swept into the ductwork or vents. If construction materials of any kind are left to sit inside, this can lead to polluted indoor air. That can be dangerous to the health and well being of every person living in your home. In addition, any trapped materials left inside your ducts can cause an airflow blockage. Any blockage can be extremely costly, as you will likely end up paying more money on your monthly energy bill. Why? Your HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioner) unit will be forced to work twice as hard to push air around the blockage and through the ducts.
The best way to avoid polluted indoor air and a higher energy bill is to schedule a professional duct cleaning. If your home has been renovated, if you’ve had construction performed, or if you’ve moved into a brand new home, the same is true: a duct cleaning is essential. This step ensures the safety of your family and leaves you with a cleaner home – and improved air quality.
Did you just finish home renovations? Then you will need to have your ducts cleaned. Scheduling a professional air duct cleaning lets you enjoy your newly refurbished space without worry. So, give yourself the gift of clean air. It will make every aspect of your home a little bit better!
Did you have renovations on your home? Contact Canaduct Duct Cleaning at: 416-410-3777. Our experienced staff members specialize in Residential and Commercial Duct Cleaning.
It’s that time of year again: cold and flu season. You may find that you are coughing and sneezing like crazy lately…. but what if it’s not because of a cold? Believe it or not, many of us experience cold-like symptoms because of unclean air ducts. In fact, there are many links between unclean air ducts and potentially serious health problems. So, how does duct cleaning improve your health?
Well, first of all, it’s important to understand how unclean ducts can affect your home – and your health. Over time, airborne particles like dust, dirt, debris, pet dander, and even mold spores build up inside of your air ducts. When these contaminants are left inside, your forced air heating and cooling system can push them out along with the air you breathe. This contaminates the air in your home…which can end up making you sick.
Contaminated or unclean air in the home is one of the biggest issues facing homeowners in North America today. Shockingly, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists indoor air pollution as the fourth biggest threat to overall health. One thing is clear: this is an issue that cannot be ignored!
When air ducts are left uncleaned for long periods of time, the quality of air is affected, along with the overall health of you and your family members. In fact, there are many health problems that have been linked to unclean air. They include: constant cold-like symptoms (like coughing, sneezing, or a runny nose), allergic reactions, difficulty breathing, respiratory issues, asthma, sinus problems, along with headaches and migraines. These health problems can be serious, particularly for young children and senior citizens. This is why it is so important to improve your health with a duct cleaning.
You simply cannot put your health at risk. In order to improve the well being of you and your loved ones, a professional air duct cleaning is a must. This process removes those built-up contaminants from your ducts – which gives you cleaner air and reduces the likelihood of experiencing those serious health risks in the future. A professional duct cleaning service ensures that your ducts are free of contaminants.
How often you need a duct cleaning varies from home to home. There are a number of factors to take into consideration. For instance, if you have pets, if you smoke, or if you’ve had construction or renovations done recently, you may find that there are more contaminants trapped inside of your ducts. This will require you to have a duct cleaning more frequently. However, a good general rule of thumb is to have a duct cleaning performed every two to three years.
If you’re not sure when you need a duct cleaning, pay attention. Have you noticed anyone in your home coughing or sneezing? Have you had trouble breathing properly? Take note of these health related signs and have a duct cleaning or duct inspection performed by a qualified and experienced professional. It won’t just benefit the cleanliness of your home air…it will also improve your health.
Are you ready to improve your health with a duct cleaning? Then don’t wait. Put your health first by having a duct cleaning performed in your home, as it is necessary. It will impact the cleanliness of your home air and the well being of you and your family members. Stay healthy this season with a duct cleaning!
An air duct cleaning is an important part of regular home maintenance. It provides you with cleaner air and has been found to reduce the number of allergens inside your space. Have you recently scheduled an air duct cleaning? Great! That means you are taking an active role in the cleanliness of your home – as well as the health of you and your family members. Now that the appointment has been booked, you may be wondering what comes next. Are there things you need to do beforehand? How should you prepare? Don’t stress out about it. Just keep reading! This is everything you need to know to get your home ready for your next Canaduct duct cleaning.
Over the years, we have been asked a lot of different questions. They range from the type of services we provide to questions about the duct cleaning process. One of the most common questions however, has to do with furniture. Yes, furniture! Many homeowners have asked us whether or not they need to cover up furniture before we arrive. The answer is no! We close up all of the vents to ensure that any and all contaminants inside the ducts are completely removed. This step prevents dust, dirt, and other debris from escaping into your home – and contaminating the air you breathe. Our job is to you’re your home air clean. That is why we do everything possible to remove contaminants as effectively and completely as possible…. including closing the vents!
So, remember: before a scheduled air duct cleaning, you do not need to cover up your furniture. We take the necessary steps to ensure that your home stays clean. Something else to keep in mind? You don’t need to go around closing all of the vents before our arrival either. Leave that to us! We prepare your home for the air duct cleaning. You can always rely on the skills and experience of our professional team to get the job done right. Every member of the Canaduct teams knows how to prevent contaminants from getting into the air – or making your home dirtier. That means you don’t need to go from room to room closing vents, covering furniture, or worrying about the duct cleaning process. Just take a deep breath and relax.
Are you still wondering what you need to do to prepare your home for a scheduled air duct cleaning? The answer is simple: nothing. Once you have made the appointment, the only thing you need to do is wait for our arrival. Let our experienced duct cleaners do all the work. There is no need to worry about your home becoming dirtier or any contaminants getting into your home air. We work hard to prevent this from happening. It is our responsibility to improve the cleanliness of your space, reduce allergens, and remove all of the built-up contaminants lurking inside of your ductwork.
Regular duct cleaning works to improve your home. So, start making improvements! Choose Canaduct for all of your duct cleaning needs. We do the prep work before performing a quality air duct cleaning. Our experienced team is ready to make your life easier – and help you breathe better!
Are you concerned about the cleanliness of your home? Contact Canaduct Duct Cleaning at: 416-410-3777. Our experienced staff members specialize in residential and commercial air duct and furnace cleaning.
Drywall dust, ugh! Have you just finished having renovations done? Or have you bought a newly renovated home? You made it through the tough part! All of the dust and dirt has settled and you’re left with a gorgeous – and newly renovated – space. Before you get too comfortable, though, take a moment to think about all of that dust and dirt. Sure, it’s settled…but where? Cleaning up after a renovation requires more than just vacuuming and scrubbing the floors. The air ducts in the home also need some attention.
Most homeowners don’t think about their air ducts on a day-to-day basis…and that’s okay. You don’t need to think about them 24/7. Unless you’ve bought a newly renovated space or have finished renos of your own, that is. Any time construction takes place, a duct cleaning becomes essential. This has to do with all of the dust, dirt, and other construction materials that have been thrown into the air. Ask yourself: are there brand new cabinets in your home? How about a statement wall or even a beautiful new fireplace? For each and every renovation that has been done, you can expect construction materials like drywall dust or sawdust to be trapped inside of your ductwork. This is totally normal…but that doesn’t mean those materials should stay where they are.
If you bought a home that was renovated, you should always have a professional air duct cleaning performed. The sooner it is done, the better! When dust, dirt, and construction materials are built-up inside of the ducts, it can affect many different aspects of your home. For starters, you can expect to pay out more on your monthly energy bill. Blockages of any kind cause your HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) unit to work even harder to circulate air through the ducts. When blockages or built-up contaminants are removed, the air can flow freely – saving you money.
If that wasn’t enough of a reason to have a duct cleaning performed, there is also your health and overall well being to consider. Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies? Have you noticed anyone experiencing cold-like symptoms, headaches, migraines, difficulty breathing, or sinus issues? These problems may be related to unclean air ducts. When contaminants remain inside of the ductwork for too long, airborne particles can then be pushed back into the air. That causes polluted indoor air, which can seriously affect your health if ignored. Breathing in unclean air is certainly not the way you want to celebrate a newly renovated home!
Duct cleaning is important for every homeowner to think about. It leaves you with fresh, clean air that is free from any dust, dirt, or other materials. To keep your energy bill low and your air quality high, there is only one thing to do: bring in the professionals. A professional air duct cleaning should be done following renovations of any kind or after you have moved into a newly renovated home. Only then will you be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy your perfectly updated space.