Air Duct Cleaning for New Homes and New Homeowners in Deerfield Beach, Florida
Are You Experiencing Dust Issues or Allergies At Your New House?
Moving into a brand new home in Deerfield Beach, FL, can be an exciting time. But before you start hanging up the clothes in the closet, it is a great idea to do a cleaning of the whole house, including an air duct cleaning for your new home. Our team at Air Quality Control Environmental is ready to help make your new home clean with dust removal from your air ducts. Contact us today and schedule your home air quality inspection and air duct cleaning for your new home.
Home Air Duct Inspections for New Deerfield Beach Homes
When new homes are constructed, most people don’t think about all of the dust particles and small pieces of debris that are left when the workers are done. Their job was to install things, not clean things. Cleaning your new home needs to be on your checklist of things to do before officially moving in, and that includes the task of dust removal from everywhere, including your air ducts.
We offer air duct cleaning for new homes because we have seen just how dirty and dusty new homes can be after it’s finished and before the new homeowners move in. If this isn’t taken care of, it will continue to circulate in your home until it gets removed. Doing a simple home air quality inspection will reveal just how bad your indoor air quality is, and we can help remedy that.
Dust Removal and Air Duct Cleaning in Deerfield Beach, Florida
If you or a family member has allergies, the dust from a new home construction will exacerbate those symptoms and that new home won’t be so great. Before all of that dust settles everywhere from being blown around your new Deerfield Beach, FL, home, call us to schedule your air duct cleaning for your new home. Our technicians at Air Quality Control Environmental have years of experience that will make your new home clean as you expect it.
Deerfield Beach’s history dates to 1890 when a small settlement named Hillsborough was developed along the Hillsboro River. As the population grew to 20 by 1898, the settlement was now served by its own post office and the town was named Deerfield for the deer that grazed along the river. Deerfield remained a largely agricultural community, but in 1939 the town’s name was changed to Deerfield Beach to let tourists know it has a beach. In 1952, the original Deerfield Beach Pier was built of wood.