A Few Reviews
5 out of 5 starsposted 1 week ago
Brett did an excellent job cleaning our air ducts. And best of all was very up front with the price. No jacking the price to then offer you their “discount”. He was personable and did a great job. Highly recommend him and A-1 Kwik Dry.
5 out of 5 starsposted 1 week ago
Brett recently cleaned the carpet in our home. He arrived to our home on time and worked efficiently while cleaning our carpets. The products he used do not have a strong odor and our carpets are not left wet/damp. Very satisfied with his work. We would definitely recommend A1 Kwik Dry!
5 out of 5 starsposted 3 months ago
Quick, quality service. The same guy I spoke to on the phone is who showed up to my house. Friendly experience and the carpets looks great! I'd called a few different carpet services but A-1 answered first (the others sent me to voicemail) and he was able to get me in the next day. Being available and accessible was important to me because I needed the job done ASAP. Will use again!
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
We've been using A-1 Kwik Dry for over 10 years now. They are very good at cleaning carpet. We haven't used their other services but we wouldn't hesitate if we did. They are nice people to work with. I would highly recommend them.
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 weeks ago
A1 did three different job location for me in one day!!! Fantastic service, very quick and efficient. Highly recommend them.
Are you looking for a reliable, affordable air duct cleaning in Louisville & Southern Indiana? Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies, asthma, headaches, eye irritations, respiratory or sinus problems? If so the cause may be in the air that you are breathing right inside your home. More than 70% of all indoor air quality problems involve the HVAC (heating, ventilation & air conditioning) system as dirty ducts are an ideal breeding ground. Over the years, dirt, dust (and mites), pet hair and dander, pollen, mold, mildew and other contaminants build up and can be trapped inside the duct work of your home. This isn’t just a nuisance, it’s unhealthy!
Think about this:
Your home’s air duct network acts as a respiratory system. It collects pollen, dirt, dust, debris, and microbial growth that are hidden from view. This debris “congests” the system and makes it difficult for the house to “breathe” properly and function efficiently. The heating and cooling industry has stated that over seventy-five percent of repair work needed on furnace systems is a result of dirty mechanical components. Reduced air supply can be the cause of premature failure of expensive heating, ventilation & air conditioning components.
OUR AIR DUCT CLEANING PROCESS
We utilize the power of rotating brushes along with powerful suction to clean each and ever vent in your home. We also clean out the main trunklines as well. The rotating brushes use a sweeping action to remove any build up on inside perimeter of the duct work. The debris is temporarily airborne inside the duct work and is quickly removed by the powerful suction out of the duct work and out of your environment. Our air duct cleaning system is safe to use on flex line duct work as well. After the supply, return, and trunk lines are all cleaned, we will rinse the coil and clean the blower.
For the best air duct cleaning in Louisville & Southern Indiana
Call us today - (502) 955-6423
NEW HOME & AFTER CONSTRUCTION
If you have recently built a new home, most likely there was quite a lapse of time between the installation of the duct work and the completion of your home. There was plenty of opportunity for dust and dirt to have gotten in, along with foreign objects such as rocks, sticks and other objects that children may have dropped down the register openings while the house was being built. Building materials such as drywall dust and hardwood floor dust are the worst. Most filters are not dense enough to keep this type of dust from finding its way into your duct system. Some clean up crews even use your register openings as a garbage shoot. We have also found some workmen’s unfinished lunches in the ducts.