Air Duct and Dryer Vent Cleaning

Duct Cleaning:

The cleaning process:

Our HEPA-filtered systems have the power needed to place large sections of an air duct network under negative pressure, pull dislodged contaminants out of the duct system, and capture them. Our equipment offers exceptional flexibility and portability needed to access and clean air handling systems. Our equipment ensures that only “hospital-grade” pure air is released back into the building.

Air duct cleaning is often the cleaning of heating and cooling components, which include the air and duct registers, grilles, and diffusers, heat exchanges, heating and cooling coil, drip pan, and fan motor and housing. If not properly installed, maintained, and operated, these components will become contaminated with dirt and debris. This can reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system.

Do you suffer from chronic headaches, dry skin and eyes, allergies, fatigue, nausea or shortness of breath? Air Duct Cleaning helps reduce triggers to these problems as well as asthma and allergies by removing these top 9 triggers:

  1. Dust Mites
  2. Mold
  3. Second-Hand Smoke
  4. Cockroaches and Pests
  5. Pet Dander and Hair
  6. Wood Smoke (Solid burning fuels)
  7. Outdoor Air Pollution
  8. Nitrogen Dioxide (From gas burning appliances and utilities)
  9. Chemical irritants
Air Duct Before Cleaning
Air Duct After Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning:

Are you drying a load of laundry more than one cycle? Are you constantly removing lint from your clothing? Does your dryer have an odd odor? It may be time to clean your dryer vent. Dryer vents capture dust, lint, debris, and hair. This builds up over time and can affect the efficiency of your dryer as well as put your home at risk for a dryer fire. By trusting our IICRC Certified Technicians, you are trusting your dryer vent will be assessed and cleaned properly. 

Benefits of having your dryer vent cleaned include:

  1. Reduce the risk of dryer fire
  2. Dry clothes quickly and efficiently
  3. Help with lint build up on clothing
  4. Lower allergens in home
  5. Extend the life of your dryer
  6. Save energy
Dryer Vent Before Cleaning
Dryer Vent After Cleaning