Business Description: Window Gang is a local, family-owned and operated franchise that is a “one-stop shop” for your home or business maintenance needs. Window Gang has been servicing the Jacksonville metro area for over 8 years and brings a new level of professionalism to our residential and commercial clients. Window Gang is comprehensively insured and bonded; we carry Workman’s Compensation on all employees. All of the cleaning chemicals Window Gang uses are environmentally safe, biodegradable and approved by OSHA. All our employees are uniformed and all of our trucks are clearly marked with our logo. Window Gang employees also receive extensive training in job safety.
My A/C stopped working on Sunday afternoon, the repair tech was there within the hour. He was very friendly and explained the problem and the cost. I decided it was time to replace the system which was ten years old. The estimator was there in no time, looked over my home and the system and gave us several options. We decided on a system, and it was installed and working at 2:30 on Monday. Highly recommend Waychoff's!
Air duct cleaning service cleans the supply, intake, and return ducts of standard household HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning). You probably know it as your central air system. Other parts that should be cleaned during a standard duct cleaning include fans, motors, heat exchangers, grills, registers, housing units, and the coils of the HVAC system.
Under normal conditions, standard-use residential ducts (HVAC systems) should be cleaned every three to five years. Usage, system age and condition, local air quality, and number of residents and pets can affect cleaning frequency needs. Harsher conditions might require cleaning as often as every two years. Obviously, if your system is not functioning properly or the output air quality is bad, consult a professional sooner rather than later to get a proper diagnosis.
Keep in mind; consider your air system as the lungs of your house. Think about the type of business that you desire to manage your house’s lungs and your indoor air quality within your house. Have the total air system occasionally checked for polluted duct and have it correctly preserved so your Heating and Air System can offer your household with great air quality for many years to come. Certified duct cleaners will follow rigorous requirements set by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association. Enabling an unqualified service provider to clean your ducts could be even worse than not having them cleaned at all. More particles could be separated and launched into your house or your HVAC system could be harmed.
We 100% guarantee our air duct cleaning service for 1 week (excluding normal accumulation of dirt and debris). This guarantee period is meant to give you adequate time to be sure the job has been done properly and to your satisfaction. If during this period you are not satisfied with the work that was done for any reason, please contact us so we can make it right.
Over time, lint and debris accumulate in dryer vents and cause clogs that can lead to a number of dryer vent problems including decreased efficiency. When airflow in a dryer vent is restricted due to clogs, there is an increased risk of fire, carbon monoxide poisoning, wasted energy and time, and excessive wear to clothing, among other negative effects. There are over 15,500 dryer fires each year, and many could have been easily prevented by professional dryer vent cleaning. Dryer Vent Wizard of St. Augustine’s skilled and experienced technicians provide thorough dryer vent cleaning to combat lint accumulation and hazardous clogs.
There is some disagreement within the industry about the best method for cleaning air ducts. The two schools of thought are the “negative air” approach and the rotary brush and vacuum approach. We believe that both air duct cleaning methods can achieve great results in most situations when performed properly by competent technicians. However, our focus has always been on high quality residential service. The type of residential duct work commonly used in homes in the South poses unique challenges to duct cleaners because it is soft, flexible, and does not go in straight lines. Firms using the negative air approach are especially challenged by this type of duct work, as that process was originally designed to work well on the rigid metal duct work commonly found in the North and in large commercial buildings. The tools used to agitate the duct work in negative air cleaning are very difficult to get all the way into your duct work and can damage the lining of the ducts we find in most residences in the greater Jacksonville area.