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Duct Cleaning Services in the Niagara Region

Duct cleaning is very important to keep yourself healthy. This is because duct cleaning will remove all the dirt and debris from your home’s ductwork, providing you with proper indoor air quality. If you are looking for a company that offers effective duct cleaning services in the Niagara Region, PROCARE Heating and Cooling can handle it. Call us today.

Maximum Cleanliness

The technicians at PROCARE Heating and Cooling will thoroughly clean all the hot-air ducts as well as all the cold-air returns. We will perform a visual inspection of your ductwork to ensure maximum cleanliness.

Our Duct Cleaning Process

We push compressed air at 260 PSI into the registers, which causes the tentacles on our octopus whips to thrash in every direction at once - hitting the ductwork and wiping it clean while our 10” diameter hose attached to your ductwork sucks all the dirt and dust out of your home.

Save on Energy Bills

A precision duct cleaning will not only clean your ductwork, but it will also save you money on gas and electric bills. Ductwork filled with dirt and debris forces your furnace and air conditioner to work harder, which strains your system and raises your energy costs. Call us for a thorough duct cleaning.

Duct Cleaning FAQs

  • When should I have my air conditioner serviced/cleaned?
    Contact PROCARE Heating and Cooling once a year in the spring, before you turn your unit on, to have your heating system inspected and cleaned.
  • Should I repair or replace my air conditioner?
    Older equipment are usually less energy-efficient and more likely to break down due to continuous wear and tear. Hence, the costs related to operating and maintaining older equipment can be very high. Based on the problem and the type of equipment you own, the expenses to repair your unit can turn out to be costly, and replacement parts may be difficult to find. If you tend to notice that a few areas of your house are too hot or too cold, it only means that your system is not working at its full capacity. Also, if your heating system is too noisy, it may be telling you it’s time for a new one.
  • What type of refrigerant should I use?
    Freon refrigerant has been used in cooling systems since 1930. And while it is still available, the Clean Air Act of 1990 prohibited the production of Freon-22 based air conditioners and heat pumps in 2010, and Freon-22 production entirely by 2020. As Freon-22 production declines, the cost increases. Puron® refrigerant, 410A, is chlorine-free and environmentally sound and won’t deplete the ozone layer. Our heat pumps and air conditioners using Puron refrigerant show exceptional reliability.

HVAC Services You Can Count On

Schedule your services with us today and we can talk about your HVAC needs. We will work with you to provide reliable solutions and a comfortable in-home environment.

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