Sanitizing Services

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Sanitizing Your Ductwork



An air duct cleaning may not effectively remove such contaminants as mold spores, fungi, mildew, bacteria and algae, from the air circulating within your home. It is well documented that these types of contaminants can adversely affect your health. Quality Home Air will inspect your home's ductwork and explain if this is a necessary step in your home's air duct cleaning.

Quality Home Air uses EPA approved Bio-Cide’s EnviroCON to clean your air ducts. EnviroCON is highly effective in eliminating odor-causing microorganisms as well as those associated with mold, mildew and bacterial growth. EnviroCON is the only sanitizer we use to clean air ducts.

Sanitization is not a routine procedure. It is typically an add-on procedure after the ductwork first undergoes a thorough cleaning. Sanitization is typically indicated in cases where there is visible evidence of microbial growth in your duct work. Even if microbial growth is present, sanitization is not required if the growth is removable by physical means, such as whip agitation, and truth be told, further growth can likely be prevented through moisture control. Please Contact Quality Home Air to tackle the Sanitization of your home.

Why We Use EnviroCON

  • EPA registered
  • Point-of-contact microbial control
  • Safe - easy to use
  • Eliminates the source of the odor through a chlorine dioxide release process that destroys organisms at the origin
  • Does not contain perfumes, masking agents, or alcohol
  • Does not contain Phenols, Chlorine or Bromodiols
  • No evacuation required
  • No harmful chemical residue
  • No rinsing required
  • No respirator required
  • No environmentally damaging propellants or flammable ingredients
  • Lowest EPA Toxicity & Safety rating
  • Easy to apply
  • Ready to use (no mixing required)
Sanitizing Services