"nobody likes dirty ducts"


OUT OF SIGHT shouldn’t mean OUT OF MIND

air duct cleaning

0 %

of all homes have leaky ducts

0 %

of your heated and cool air leaks out of your ducts

Annual savings of anywhere from

$300 - $1,000

annually per system when you Aeroseal your ducts

$ 0

is wasted every year in the USA 

$ 0

of every $1 you spend is on wasted energy 

air duct cleaning for your business

As a business, we thoroughly understand the importance of keeping your company running efficiently by maintaining a productive, safe, and healthful work environment. including employee retention. A major factor to maintain a clean environment is indoor air quality. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is five to seven times more polluted than outdoor air. Poor indoor air quality can increase absenteeism, resulting in decreased productivity. It can lead to dissatisfaction among your workforce and reduce employee retention The EPA ranks indoor air pollution (also known as sick building syndrome) among the top five environmental risks to public health. Contaminants trapped in your duct work are a large contributor to poor indoor air quality. If you want to improve the indoor air quality in your workplace, start by hiring a National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA) Certified Professional.


Have your air ducts been cleaned in the last 3 to 5 years?

Are you dusting daily?

Do you or your emploayees have allergies, asthma and/or feel like you are always sick?

Do you smell a musty odor especially when your HVAC system is turned on?

Are you unable to get rid of a nicotine or other odor?

Have you moved into a new building or office?

Have you completed constructions or renovations recently?

Do you see visible dirt or mold on your vent covers/surrounding areas?

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air duct cleaning process

NADCA recommends cleaning the entire HVAC system, including the following components:

The most effective way to clean air ducts is to employ source removal methods of cleaning. This requires a contractor to place the HVAC system under negative pressure by using a specialized, powerful vacuum. While the vacuum draws air through the system, air charged whips are inserted into the ducts to dislodge dirt and debris that have adhered to interior surfaces. The unstuck dirt and debris travel down the ducts into the vacuum, out of the system, and the building while leaving no mess behind.

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air duct cleaning?

have questions about air duct cleaning?

Advanced Air Duct Cleaning has answers

As a leader in the industry, NADCA sets the standards for professional cleaning. Air Duct Cleaning can provide numerous benefits including:

  • Cleaner indoor air quality resulting in a healthier environment
  • Lower operational and maintenance costs
  • Energy savings due to improved heating/cooling equipment efficiency
  • Greater work productivity due to fewer illnesses
  • Improved government inspection ratings
  • Cleaner offices, classrooms, facilities, and other workplace environments
  • A more professional image with an improved environment

Air Duct Cleaning should be a part of your regular HVAC maintenance schedule to ensure the system is operating at maximum capacity. NADCA recommends cleaning your air ducts every three to five years; however, the need for air duct cleaning can vary based on the environment of your industry. For example, food manufacturers, hair salons, dog groomers, and manufacturing facilities create combustible hazards. Due to the nature of their work, these types of industries require more frequent cleanings. The healthcare industry may also need duct cleaning services on a more frequent basis to help ensure patient safety.

The time needed to clean an industrial air duct system varies depending on the size, scope, and availability of the facility for job completion. Following a proper onsite estimate, we are able to provide the number of man hours necessary to complete the job. Things we evaluate during an estimate to determine length of time and price are:

  • System size
  • System accessibility
  • Type of ductwork
  • Level of contamination
  • Number of crew members required
  • Any special equipment needed

When selecting an Air Duct Cleaning Professional, use the following checklist as a guide:

  • Check company longevity 
  • Check their reviews online from multiple sources
  • Ask for references from previous clients for jobs completed
  • Get proof the company is properly licensed and adequately insured
  • Verify that the company is NADCA certified to perform the work
  • Ask if the company will take before and after pictures to demonstrate the success of job completion
  • Inquire into the type of equipment the company will use
  • Provides a written contract 

To become a member of NADCA, the air duct cleaning company must meet specific requirements including having Certified Air System Cleaning Specialists (ASCS) on staff. 

An ASCS must pass the NADCA certification examination, demonstrating extensive knowledge in HVAC design and cleaning methodologies. They are also required to maintain their certification through annual continuing education.



All NADCA members are required to sign a code of ethics agreeing to protect you, the consumer, and follow standards set forth by NADCA.

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