Our Cleaning Process

Our Air Duct Cleaning Process

We clean any type and size duct work! One picture is worth a thousand words.

Our air duct cleaning process removes dust, dirt and other debris from your entire system. Here is a detailed step-by-step list of how we thoroughly clean your entire air duct system.

1. We cut an access hole in order to hook up our 8-inch in diameter hose to the main trunk line of the system
2. Pictured here is the 8-inch in diameter hose hooked up to the air duct system
3. Our hose is connected to the trunk line of the air duct system to our Power Vac Truck
4. All of the debris is carried out from the air duct system to a holding tank in our truck.
5. We take extra care in your home by using corner guards to protect the walls, trim, doors, etc.
6. Each vent is cleaned with our 225 pounds per sq. inch of compressed air to guide the dust and debris down the entire length of the vent to the trunk line.
7. We also use a specially designed air whip to loosen the debris.
8. We cut a 1-inch hole to access the different sections of your air duct system to thoroughly clean it.
9. After the vents have been cleaned, we plug up the 1-inch holes that were cut to access the main trunk lines.
10. We also clean the cold air returns (larger vents mounted on the wall). Here is a before picture of the inside of a cold air return.
11. Here is a picture taken after the cold air return was cleaned.
12. Here is a before picture of a dirty vent.
13. Here is a picture of the vent after cleaning.
14. After the air duct system is thoroughly cleaned, we patch up any access holes that were cut with sheet metal, metal screws and aluminum tape.
15. We then apply a sanitizer throughout the entire air duct system. This kills mold, mildew, bacteria, and anything that might potentially be growing in your vents.
16. We air wash the furnace, including the blower, heat, A/C coils, etc. Pictured here is a dirty blower inside the furnace.
17. This is debris pulled out of an air duct system that landed on a foam pad placed above the A/C coil.
18. Debris from a dirty furnace can harm the components and efficiency of the entire HVAC system. Research has shown that dirt and debris can reduce the efficiency of your heating and air system by 21%. As a result, your system has to work harder to run, causing an increase in your energy bills. A dirty HVAC system will blow dust, dirt, debris and other allergy-causing contaminants into your indoor living environment.
19. A clean furnace and HVAC system will run far more efficiently, saving you hundreds/thousands of dollars on your energy bills. It will also greatly improve the indoor air quality of your home/business, which will help you and your family/employees breathe easier.

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