Alpine Air LLC

Alpine Air LLC

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Many customers who contact our air duct cleaning specialists often start the conversation with “How do I know if I need my air ducts cleaned?” Conditions in every home or business vary and depending on several factors, it may be time to have your residential or commercial space inspected and cleaned. Some of these factors can include: * Smokers regularly occupy the home or business * Pets shed large amounts of hair or dander * Water or smoke damage is present * Previous damage to the HVAC system has occurred * Home renovations or remodeling created dusty conditions * You are moving into a new or previously occupied home * Pollen and allergy-producing flora exists around the home * You live in a hot and humid climate or a dry climate * Duct work consists of fiberglass-lined ducts or metal ductwork Dryer Vent Cleaning: * Dryer Vent Cleaning is an important part of any homeowner?s maintenance checklist, but is often overlooked. Though we understand that servicing the dryer vent may not seem like a priority when weighed against other home services, the truth of the matter that this oversight is costly. * Fire Prevention The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that clothes dryers are associated with approximately 15,600 fires yearly. Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. Lint can block the flow of air, cause excessive heat build-up, and result in a fire in some dryers. * Energy Savings According to recent industry studies, an excessively clogged dryer vent may add an additional $18-$24 dollars to your home?s energy bill. That translates to almost $300 a year in unnecessary fees. If you have drying times over 30-45 minutes, clothes that are abnormally hot to the touch after drying, our vent hood flap does not open during a dryer?s operation or it’s been a year since your last cleaning – you should call us. Crawl Space Clean Up/Mold Remediation: No two projects are the exact same, but in many cases, they share similar components. The following is an outline of a typical crawl space cleanup project. 1. Initial Inspection First, our technicians inspect the entire crawlspace, searching for signs of moisture, mold, pest and insulation problems. A summary of the findings is presented to the client for review. 2. Remove Damaged Materials Depending on the extent of the damage, the vapor barrier and insulation are often removed. 3.Remediate Remaining Materials Existing materials are cleaned and treated. All mold growth and pest debris is removed. 4. Exclusion Work Possible rodent entrance points are properly sealed to prevent a recurrence of infestation. 5. Penetrations and air leakage points between the crawlspace and main living area are sealed. 6. Vapor Barrier Install 7. Insulation Install Air Purification * UV lights?safe and effective in helping to eliminate airborne allergens, bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi.

* Mold Remediation * Air Duct Cleaning * Dryer Vent Cleaning * Crawl Space Clean Up * Air Purification

Alpine Air LLC

6008 Triangle Dr Suite 101 Raleigh NC 27617

Air Duct Cleaning, Dryer Vent Cleaning

shannonnicole1128@gmail.com

(919) 728-5250