You may not want to tell your Sterling neighbors that you are having air duct mold remediation at your home, but you’ll be happy with the results. Any HVAC system can contain dust, pollen, and other irritants, but it could also contain mold or mildew as well. If you smell a mustiness in the air, you may have mold in your ducts, necessitating an air duct mold cleaning by ProClean Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning. They have a proven method for air duct mold removal plus a treatment to help prevent mold from forming in the future.
Air Duct Mold Treatment and Mold Removal in Sterling, VA
When you have ProClean Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning come and perform an air duct mold cleaning, you will have a team of experts working to make your indoor air quality far superior to anything you’ve experienced before. When you have HVAC mold remediation on your home, you will end up with clean ducts like they were when they were new. They will use a physical device to knock off the dust, dirt, pollen, and other irritants to remove them using their high-powered vacuum device. Once they have the ducts, coils, and blower all cleaned, they will apply an EPA-approved treatment to your ducts so that they will not harbor material that could lead to mold growth in the future.
HVAC and Air Duct Mold Remediation in Sterling, VA
ProClean Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning has built a legacy of excellence that spans over three decades. You don’t succeed in any business for more than 30 years without satisfying your customers, and you can’t sustain that kind of commitment to excellence without passion. When they do air duct mold remediation, they do it right the first time and make sure that the Sterling homeowner is satisfied with the results before ending the project. Contact them today to get an inspection and learn if your home could benefit from an air duct mold cleaning treatment.
M.T. Broyhill & Sons Corporation learned where the right-of-way for Route 28 (Sully Road) would be, and hoped to develop Sterling Park on both sides of it, so they would not have to build a road through Sterling Park. However, Powell B. Harrison, who was instrumental in planning Route 28, insisted that road be kept generally free of development, for easy access to the airport. Therefore, the Broyhills developed Sterling Park east of Route 28 and had to build their own through road, today’s Sterling Boulevard.