Air Duct Cleaning & Gas Fireplace Service
Schneiss Heating & Air Conditioning in West Bend, WI, has provided families with expert heating and air conditioning services since 1992. However, that’s not all we’re known for. We also service gas fireplaces, perform duct cleanings, install air quality products, and more. Our job is to keep you comfortable by installing products that will allow you to breathe fresh, clean air while also keeping the temperature inside pleasant regardless of the temperature outside.
Other Services We Provide
Servicing Gas Fireplaces
Cozy up next to a fire and have another way of heating your home. It’s a win-win. We service all of the best and most reputable brands on the market today.
Think about it this way: if you don’t clean your ducts regularly, you’re allowing contaminants to flow through your home. Duct cleaning is helpful in homes with pets, smokers, and after remodels and new construction of your home. Under these conditions you’re breathing impure air, which can make breathing more difficult for individuals with asthma or allergies. Our process includes:
1. Attaching our vacuum with 5250 CFM onto your ductwork and inserting a hose with a whip and a ball down into your ducts to loosen any dirt or debris that is stuck inside the ductwork.
2. As the dirt is loosened, it is pulled through the ductwork into the vacuum, leaving no mess in your house.
3. We then spray a sanitizing/deodorizing solution throughout your ductwork.
Air quality is important for many reasons. For instance, if your home is too humid, mold can form, and dust mites can move in. By installing a humidifier and dehumidifier, you can control how much moisture you want in your home. Humidifiers, specifically, can help relieve dry, itchy skin; reduce allergens; save on energy costs; and reduce static charge. Dehumidifiers can reduce mildew and odors in your basement. We also install media filters, UV lights and air to air exchangers.
A zoning system divides your home into areas in which you control the temperature with separate thermostats. If somebody in your home likes the temperature a little cooler when they sleep upstairs, they can set it to their desired temperature, while anybody downstairs can keep comfortable at room temperature.