AIR DUCT CLEANING PROCESS
We offer a full-service air duct cleaning experience. The full-service process involves several steps, including:
- Testing the furnace/air-handling system for proper operation, and then disconnecting the power before opening the unit for safety.
Cleaning the furnace
- Vacuuming the interior surfaces of the furnace/air conditioner
- Cleaning the blower unit
- Cleaning the supply and return registers and grills
- Remove wall, ceiling and floor registers
- Clean all Registers
- Clean the supply and return ducts
- Clean all air ducts using powerful duct cleaning equipment
- Decontaminate cleaned ducts with Envirocon Deodorizer (optional)
Equipment we use:
- We use negative air to remove dust, dander, and other debris from the air duct system
- We attach a large 8" vacuum hose to your furnace system on one end and we push the dust and debris to the vacuum down each duct line from the vent
- We have a high powered air compressor with whips to agitate and dislodge particles that are stuck in the duct system
FAQ about Negative Air:
- Negative pressure systems prevents airborne contamination during the cleaning process.
- During cleaning, dirt and other pollutants can leak out of holes and gaps in the air duct system. These pollutants include mold spores, fungi, fiberglass and various other allergens. Negative pressure systems suck contaminants in so the risk of pollutant leakage is extremely low.
- An expert quoted in Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News argues negative pressure is important "for the health and safety of workers and occupants" in buildings where ducts are being cleaned
What to expect:
- Friendly & knowledgeable technicians
- Technicians are clean, careful and respectful of your property
- Improved air quality