Air Duct Cleaning

Air duct cleaning is the process of removing dust, dirt, debris, and other contaminants from the air ducts in your home or business. Over time, air ducts can become clogged with these materials, which can lead to poor indoor air quality and decreased HVAC system performance.

During an air duct cleaning, a professional technician will use specialized tools and equipment to remove the buildup of debris in your ductwork. The process typically involves the following steps:

Our Cleaning Process

1. Inspection:

The technician will inspect your air ducts to assess the level of buildup and identify any problem areas.

2. Preparation:

The technician will take steps to protect your home or business during the cleaning process, such as using drop cloths to cover floors and furniture.

3. Cleaning:

The technician will use specialized equipment, such as high-powered vacuums and air whips, to remove the buildup of debris from your air ducts. The process is designed to be thorough, removing even the smallest particles of dust and debris.

4. Disinfection:

In some cases, a technician may use disinfectants to kill bacteria and other microorganisms that may be present in your ductwork.

5. Final Inspection:

After the cleaning is complete, the technician will conduct a final inspection to ensure that all debris has been removed and that your air ducts are clean and clear.

Air duct cleaning can improve the quality of your indoor air and increase the efficiency of your HVAC system, which can result in lower energy bills. It is recommended that air duct cleaning be performed every three to five years, although the frequency may vary depending on factors such as the level of use of your HVAC system, the age of your home or business, and the presence of pets or smokers.