How your ducts are cleaned makes a difference. There are two ways to effectively clean your duct work: the negative air method and the brush and vac method. The negative air method involves blocking off all your air returns and vents, then cutting a hole in your duct work. A large hose is attached to the hole and a truck mounted vacuum sucks out the debris. This method works, but can leave caked-on material behind.
We use the system that homeowners prefer three to one: the Rotobrush brush and vacuum method that scrubs your duct work while it vacuums up debris. And, since the system is portable, there is no need to cut a hole in your duct work for hose access. Here’s what we do:
1. We start the process by removing all of your register covers and cleaning them thoroughly to remove dirt, grime and other contaminants.
2. Next, our technician will feed a hose with a rotating brush head into your duct work and the real cleaning begins.
3. After the ducts are scrubbed clean, we fog them with an EPA -recommended antimicrobial mist that leaves a pleasant mint smell behind.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Is your dryer taking longer to dry a load of laundry? Over time, dryer vents fill with lint that isn't collected by your dryer's filter. When lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct it can block the flow of air, cause excessive heat build-up, resulting in a fire.
70% of homeowners are glad they had their ducts cleaned!
Our customers are not only pleased with the air duct cleaning service we provide, 74% of them also recommend our service to their friends and family.
Don't wait until you notice a strange odor in your home, your allergies act up or you see dirt on your registers. Clean your air ducts now and enjoy a happy and healthful environment. At the same time, have your dryer vent checked and cleaned to improve your dryer's performance and prevent dryer fires.