James and Sherry Green

Tulsa Oklahoma superior
duct cleaning service provider.

Duct Cleaning Tulsa | Indoor Air Quality Experts

According to the EPA, dust in your ventilation systems can lead to your indoor air quality being 70 to 100 times more polluted than outdoors.  Contaminants that can find their way into your ductwork are: bacteria, chemical residue, dust, mildew, pollen, viruses, and other airborne contaminants.  Americans spend 90% of their time indoors (American Lung Association).  Allergies, asthma, respiratory illnesses, or even frequent cold symptoms could be the result of a dirty duct system.  Have you had your air ducts cleaned recently?  If not schedule a cleaning today! Air Duct Cleaning Tulsa provided by the hvac experts at A Best Air.



Duct Cleaning Tulsa - Decontamination

We use of both contact and non-contact cleaning methods that are followed up with an anti-bacterial coating. We use patented equipment that reaches straight into the air ducts, leaving no part untouched. All dirt, grime, and contaminants that are extracted are collected for environmentally safe disposal.


duct cleaning tulsa - polluted air effects

Having your air ducts professionally cleaned reduces the dust that would otherwise circulate throughout your living space, landing on your furniture, your bedding, your flooring…just about everywhere. Fortunately, a thorough air duct cleaning reduces the amount of interior cleaning necessary to maintain a hygienic home.


duct cleaning tulsa - health impacts

Even among the most healthy, dust and pollutants entering the nose and lungs can trigger sneezing and coughing, as well as sinus and bronchial congestion. Air duct cleaning creates a more comfortable environment and promotes well-being.

We'll keep you cool
when it's hot,
and warm when it's not!

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24/7 Service with no overtime charges.

Indoor Air Quality Tips

  1. Install A thermostat and HVAC unit with built in controls to regulate air quality – Many new heating and cooling systems offer built in functionality to regulate unhealthy elements in the air flow of your home. For example, Carrier furnace systems can utilize the Carrier Infinity System, a thermostat system featuring built-in controls to regulate temperature, indoor air quality, and humidity.
  2. Control Pollution Sources – Whether you have an electric heater, gas furnace or other heating system, you should have your HVAC ductwork inspected and cleaned by a professional. Regular maintenance can greatly reduce the number of allergens and unhealthy particles in your home.
  3. Remove Mold – An air filtration system (featured in many modern heating and cooling systems can reduce the quantity of mold spores in your home, and improve indoor air quality.

If you are in Tulsa, Jenks, Owasso, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Glenpool, Catoosa or the surrounding area, call us at 918-322-7362 for more information on how you can improve the indoor air quality of your home.