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Air Duct Inspection Clean and Replace?

Duct Cleaning

Victory Home Service provides air duct cleaning for residential customers in the Orange County area.

Because the ducts circulate the air made by your unit and work so that you are most comfortable, issues in the duct system may require air duct cleaning to improve the air quality. Victory Home Service's air duct cleaning can result in a 25% reduction in dust, dirt and debris in your home.

Air Duct Cleaning:

Why it’s necessary

You will start to see regular wear and tear in your air duct system as the years pass by. Unwanted openings can be created, which then creates a passageway for contaminants to enter your home. In addition, conditioned air will escape from these openings, which causes your heating and cooling system to work harder than usual and wastes energy.

Air Duct Cleaning:


Victory Home Service has a three step process to make sure that your air ducts are clean and fresh:

  • Evaporator coil cleaning: Dirty evaporator coils are a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. Evaporator coil cleaning kills these contaminants and improves indoor air quality.
  • Fresh duct treatment: The fresh duct treatment captures odors and controls smells at the source of your system. Foul smells are eliminated so that your air stays clean and fresh.
  • Microbiocide treatment: Microbiocides are applied within your duct system to kill bacteria and prevent future growth. This process also kills and controls the growth of mold in your duct system.

Air duct sealing increases efficiency by trapping circulated air inside your home so that it doesn't escape into places like attics, basements, or crawl spaces. Our technicians will find leaks in your duct system and use tape or sealing compounds to stop these leaks.

To make sure that your air ducts will perform effectively and efficiently for years to come, Victory Home Service will also provide maintenance services.


Benefits Of Using Victory Home Service Filter:

  • 1On-time Servicing
  • 2Straightforward Explanations
  • 3Reasonable Pricing
  • 4Extensive After Care Support

Asbestos in Heating Ducts Exposure and Risks

Heating ducts that were installed before the 1980's used insulation that contained asbestos that is known to cause cancer called mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is a very grave disease that can be caused by direct or indirect exposure to asbestos.


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Asbestos in Heating Ducts Explained

Dangerous asbestos exposure from a variety of sources may result from heating ducts in residential and commercial buildings.

For many years, the HVAC industry used lagging cloth and asbestos paper in order to line and insulate pipes in heating and cooling systems in homes, offices, and buildings.

Paper, cloth, and other insulation materials are used to fix weaknesses in the heating ducts and to strengthen the system.

For example, an adhesive is applied to any area along the duct system that is currently experiencing or could encounter an outflow of air, and then it may be wrapped with insulating cloth or paper.

At times, duct dampeners were used to reduce vibrations and secure flexible joints.

Asbestos in HVAC Insulation

In the beginning of asbestos use, asbestos fibers were usually contained in lagging cloth, duct wrappings, and duct dampeners.

Insulation manufacturers used asbestos since it was cheap and had great properties. It is also very sturdy and heat and fire resilient, simple to use, and has sound absorbing features.

Did You Know?

Asbestos was known as a great component for insulation. Therefore, cloth and pipe wrapping paper that contained asbestos were used in a variety of heating and cooling systems that were built before the 1980's.

Today, North American lagging cloths do not contain asbestos; however, to this day, many homes that were built before the 1980's have lagging cloth, asbestos paper, or cloth dampeners that contain asbestos.

It’s Getting Older

Most AC's have a lifespan of about 10~15 years. As the years progress, you may notice more and more problems popping up.

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Are you looking for solutions to save more energy, or is your air conditioner not functioning? If so, Victory Home Service can help you find the most energy efficient and effective air conditioner replacement solutions for you.