"nobody likes dirty ducts"


OUT OF SIGHT shouldn’t mean OUT OF MIND

The Air Duct Cleaning Process

An average size home with one heating system takes approximately 1.5 -2 hrs to clean. The time varies according to how many air handlers are in the home, and the location of the air handlers, ie. crawl spaces, attics, etc

1. Power Vacuum Truck– Our cleaning starts with the most powerful system available in the duct cleaning industry. This is the most important factor as the entire cleaning process is based around having enough vacuum power to remove all particulates from your ductwork.

2.  Experienced Technicians- The second most important part of your cleaning is our team of fully trained, uniformed technicians. We have over 117 years of combined experience. Our technicians undergo frequent in-house training in order to stay current with the latest procedures and newest equipment on the market.

3. Negative Air Pressure- To begin, we run an 8” vacuum hose from the truck to the supply line of your system. All dust, dirt and debris is pulled directly back to the truck. No dirt will enter your home.

4. Register cleaning- The technician will remove and hand wash vent covers and stack heads with an EPA approved cleanser and sanitizer.

5. High-pressure Compressed Air– Each supply vent will be cleaned out using 200psi of air pressure to assure total removal of contaminants.

6. Scrubbing the System– While the system is under continuous vacuum, which creates a negative pressure in the duct system, we insert our patented scrubber through the trunk lines removing all traces of dirt, dust and debris.

7. Cold Air Return System-The entire air duct cleaning procedure is then duplicated on the cold air return side of the system.

8. Trunks and Plenums-All trunk lines, supplies and returns, and all plenums are cleaned using our patented scrubber system. All access points will be plugged using air tight caps.

9. Sanitization-All ductwork will be sprayed with an EPA approved, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial wash for thorough sanitization.

10. Sealing up– 20 gauge galvanized access panels will be installed over the holes and any access points required for proper cleaning procedures. A bead of silicone will be run around the opening and then the patch is screwed in place, assuring no loss of air will occur.

 11. Completed job- As you can see, all the dust, dirt and debris has been completely removed from the inside of ducts, leaving a cleaner, much more sanitary system. The air inside your home will create a fresher and healthier environment for you and your family.

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