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Air Duct Cleaning

Air duct cleaning along with routine maintenance can improve air quality and optimize circulation and operation of your forced air system. You may need air duct cleaning if you have a pet, remodel your house, have allergies or asthma, have children, or live near a busy street or freeway. You may notice excessive dust or unusual odors at register openings or when changing the filter, indicating the accumulation of household debris in the system.

We typically recommend cleaning approximately every 5 years, based on typical household activity and routine maintenance.

The price of getting your air ducts cleaned can vary. Many factors affect how much the cleaning will cost. The average house usually costs between $400 to $800. The majority of the cost is determined by the number of the supply and return air ducts in your home. We do not charge by the hour nor do our technicians work on commision. There will never be any up selling and no hidden costs. To receive a closer estimate of what it would cost to clean your air ducts, call us today for a free estimate or Request a Quote Now!

Routine Cleaning

We Remove

  • Household Dust
  • Pollen & Pet Dander
  • Soot & Buildup

To Improve

  • Air Quality

    NADCA Air Quality Video

  • Allergy Symptoms
  • Furnace Efficiency

    NADCA Energy Savings Video

Air Duct Cleaning Should Be Completed When:

  • You have excessive dust accumulation
  • Your furnace is repaired or replaced
  • You have remodeling or restoration
  • You buy or sell a home

Post-Construction and Restoration

Just because it's new doesn't mean it's clean!

Cleaning removes sawdust, sheetrock and other construction debris from ductwork. We use state of the art equipment and methods. We are also able to incorporate diagnostic technology such as digital photos and / or video recording.

Water Damage

  • NADCA/IICRC CERTIFIED: mold remediation for air duct restoration
  • BACTERIAL TREATMENT: with EPA approved Oxine after cleaning to prevent bacterial growth.
Fire Damage
  • VACUUM & COMPRESSED AIR: removal of absorbent material containing smoke odor.
  • MECHANICAL BRUSH: cleaning for more severe material seared onto interior surfaces.

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