4.8 out of 798+ reviews | #1 Air Duct Cleaning Atlanta
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We are a family-owned and operated dryer vent, air duct, and carpet cleaning company. Our goal is to provide the highest quality service possible. 4 Seasons Air Care professionals are professionally trained for Air Duct Cleaning Atlanta and carpets, protecting your home and furnishings, and provide information about the importance of indoor air quality.
Let 4 Seasons Air Care be your Air Duct Cleaning Atlanta, GA partner in maintaining a healthy home.
Recently, we have been aware that some individuals are posing as our company Hurricane Air Duct Cleaning, taking money from customers but not providing our services. Most imposters come from Facebook and pose as us. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be us, it’s always best to call our company at (404) 891-0225 to verify again.
Please note that all our employees wear our company uniforms & drive cars with our Hurricane Air Duct Cleaning logo. We do not work with any subcontractors. Be cautious of fraud. We are a locally owned and operated family business.
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Various factors impact service cost and duration, including:
Certainly! HVAC filters should be replaced (or cleaned for reusable ones) every 1-3 months, depending on the type and grade. Keep spare filters at home and purchase new ones when needed. During our service, we’ll replace the filter for each unit. Ensure the filter size matches your HVAC unit, and if you need help determining the correct size, contact us for assistance in determining the correct size.
Certainly! Trained technicians treat duct mold during cleaning, applying disinfectant for lasting freshness. Schedule a follow-up inspection to prevent new growth or address HVAC malfunctions.
Consider these questions:
If YES, consider professional air duct cleaning to address accumulated contaminants, preventing potential health risks from bio-pollutants like pollen, mold spores, mildew, and bacteria.
Indeed, dust, consisting of dirt, pollen fibers, mold spores, and hair, enters your HVAC system. Approximately 95% of these particles re-enter the room or accumulate, triggering allergies and causing reduced airflow and musty odors.