HVAC Replacement

Elite Clean and Restoration offers full system replacement. We are a Lennox Premier Dealer and offer a wide variety of Lennox products. Click the link below to explore and compare the different options Lennox has to offer. You choose your system and our certified/ licensed RGF specialists will install it for you. For a consultation to help you decide on which unit will best serve your home.

Call us today at 214-960-1410 and ask for to speak to one of our HVAC Specialist.

HVAC Maintenance

Regular maintenance of your air conditioning system is imperative. Your air conditioner’s filters, coils, and motors require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently. Neglecting necessary maintenance will certainly cause a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases. Whether you are ready to schedule regular maintenance or have a more serious issue, hire a professional service technician from Elite Clean and Restoration. Our highly trained technicians will locate and correct any problems in your air conditioning system. To prevent unexpected issues during the heat of summer or the cold of winter, let Elite Clean and Restoration perform an AC CHECKUP before the summer heat arrives and prior to the colder months. This ensures the unit will run properly and keep your home cool for summer and comfortably warm in the winter.

Call us today at 214-960-1410 and ask for to speak to one of our HVAC Specialist.


HVAC Duct Cleaning

Cleaning your HVAC ducts is part of the regular preventative maintenance to ensure your system is preforming at its peak ability. Cleaning the ducts can help reduce electricity consumption and increase the lifespan of your unit.

According to the EPA, Americans spend, on average, 90 percent of their time indoors, where the levels of pollutants are usually 2 to 5 times higher than the typical outdoor levels. As a result, this can cause higher occurrences of allergies and asthma attacks. If you and your family are having issues with allergies, asthma, respiratory illnesses, or even frequent cold symptoms, it could be time for air duct cleaning.
We can test for the presence of microbial growths such as the following:

  • Bacteria
  • Mold
  • Fungi
  • Viable (living) and Non-Viable (dead) mold spores
  • Blood and body fluids
  • Allergen contaminants
  • Pet Dander

These can be detected with the use of our microbial test kit. These types of growths and/or allergens can cause serious health concerns for you and your family.

Elite Clean and Restoration can perform a test to determine your need for cleaning and restoration from these harmful growth and allergens. Contact us for more information and a consultation to determine the ideal course of action and cleaning process. The cleaning and restoration process are done with the use of non-toxic and non-hazardous formula and is more cost effective than traditional test methods.

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HVAC Duct Replacement

HVAC Duct Replacement in Garland, TX

Elite Clean and Restoration offers single, multiple and complete duct replacements. If you have noticed your system’s ducts have rips and tears, fallen sections, gaps in the joints or if it is more than 10 to 15 years old, it is time to have the ducts replaced. The right ductwork system helps to balance moisture in your home’s air and helps to keep the return air clean. This will assist in ensuring the longevity as well as efficiency of your system. If you are unsure if you need the system’s ducts replaced, give us a call and we will send one of our trained professionals out to asses and determine what your system needs.

Call us today at 214-960-1410 and ask to speak to one of our HVAC Specialist.


Attic Insulation

Elite Clean and Restoration offers Removal and Installation of Fiberglass and Cellulose Insulation, both of which have great R- Value. R-value measures how well certain building insulation materials can resist heat. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulations performance. Ensuring that the insulation in your attic, walls, basement and crawlspace is installed properly is one the best ways to improve energy efficiency in your home.

Radiant Barrier

A radiant barrier is a type of building product that reflects thermal radiation and reduces heat transfer. Since thermal energy is also transferred via conduction and convection, radiant barriers are often supplemented with thermal insulation products that slow down heat transfer via conduction or convection.

Radiant barrier reflects heat radiation (radiant heat), preventing transfer from one side to another due to a reflective, low emittance surface. In building applications, this surface is typically a very thin, mirror-like aluminum foil. The foil may be coated for resistance to the elements or for abrasion resistance. The radiant barrier may be one or two sided. One sided radiant barrier may be attached to insulating materials, such as polyisocyanate, rigid foam, bubble insulation, or OSB. Radiant barrier sheathing, which is plywood or OSB board with foil adhered to one side, is often used in new homes, with the foil facing into the attic space. Additionally, reflective tape can be adhered to strips of radiant barrier to make it a contiguous vapor barrier, alternatively, radiant barrier can be perforated for vapor transmittance.

The Radiant Barrier that we use at Elite Clean and Restoration is a liquid that is sprayed on to create the same effectiveness as the foil mentioned above. We spray the liquid paint inside the attic on the walls. This cools the attic and saves up to 15% or more on A/C bills. This Radiant Barrier is moisture permeable, mold-resistant, electrically non-conductive and is abrasion resistant, therefore; unaffected by rodents, birds and insects.

Attic Insulation: Cellulose

Cellulose Insulation offers many advantages to your home such as its R- Value of R 2.6 per 100mm (metric) which is better than glass wool or rock wool. In addition to its great R-Value, Cellulose also provides sounds insulation by providing mass and dampening. This reduces the lateral movement through sheetrock and the passage of sound along cavities. Cellulose also contains borates which provides added control against mold as well as giving Cellulose the highest (Class I) fire safety rating. Cellulose can last 20 to 30 years.

Attic Insulation: Fiberglass

Fiberglass is made from silica and other fine glass materials that have been stripped into fibers allowing it to be incredibly flexible. The millions of natural air pockets between the fibers trap heat and keep it from escaping. Fiberglass also provides high amounts of flexibility during manufacturing, allowing the R- Value to be changed to your needs. The advent of “blown in” fiberglass has eliminated many of the issues that the installation brought with it in the past. By blowing in the fiberglass there’s no need for the use of a vapor protection backing because it receives natural protection, meaning there is no longer a threat of flammability. In addition to the flame retardation, fiberglass also no longer uses formaldehyde as the binding agents which caused the “fiberglass itch” it is well known for. It now uses a natural and plant-based binding agent instead. The lifespan of old-fashioned fiberglass is well known for lasting 10 to 15 years without replacement. Now than fiberglass can be blown in, this prevents the settlement and sagging that occurs with the traditional batts of fiberglass which allows it to last even 80 years.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

Elite Clean and Restoration will clean and restore your clothes dryer. By ensuring your dryer is free of dust or lint, you reduce the chances of house fires. Failure to clean the dryer is one of the leading causes of house fires at a shocking 37%. There are 2,900 clothes dryer fires reported every year. Let our experienced technicians evaluate the safety of your dryer and ensure that your home and family are not at risk of a house fire. We will clean or replace the hoses and vents of your dryer that are often missed when doing this yourself. Do not wait until it is too late.

Call us today at 214-960-1410 and ask to speak to one of our HVAC Specialist.