Air Duct Cleaning


Our Air Duct Cleaning Process

The advanced cleaning method that we use is the only self-contained method that brushes and vacuums the debris at the same time.  Dirt is brushed loose inside the air duct and immediately swept up by the powerful dual vacuums, using two HEPA filters.  This eliminates the need for a central collection unit attached to the plenum (such as equipment using negative pressure) and because of this, dirt and debris do not have to travel through the entire HVAC system to be collected.

First, we remove and clean the registers.  Then the technician will start cleaning through the supply vents by working all the way back to the air handler.  Dirt is brushed loose inside the air ducts and immediately swept up using our exclusive patented equipment.  As he works back through the system, he overlaps the ductwork.  This will ensure that you are getting optimum coverage throughout the ductwork system, which is necessity for proper cleaning.  The technician will finish by cleaning the cold air return ductwork with the same process.

HEPA, which stands for High Efficiency Particulate Accumulation, is a highly effective filter originally designed for removing radioactive particles from air.  Today HEPA filters are used in military, industrial, and scientific applications and in some portable and room size residential home filters.  Made from finely woven glass particles formed into a pleated filter that has a very large surface area, a HEPA filter — by definition — removes 99.97 percent of all .3 micron particles from the air.

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