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Why Clean Your Ducts?
Because Air Ducts get Dirty.

In addition to normal accumulations of dust and dirt found in all homes through regular use there are several other factors that can increase the need for duct cleaning:
  • Pet hair and dander
  • Allergens and irritants
  • Microbial growth
  • household dust
  • Smoke and cooking odors
  • Renovations or construction dust
All Devices

According to the American Lung Association

Most people spend 60% - 90% of their time indoors. The quality of indoor air we breathe can be improved greatly. Consult with an indoor environmental specialist to identify the right solution for your home!
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How do I Choose the Right Contractor

NADCA Members provide a higher level of assurance to consumers.
  • Does the cleaning specialist use the highest of quality in negative air machines with HEPA filtration?
  • Is the service provider giving you a guaranteed price?
  • Can the cleaning team show you proof of NADCA membership and certification?
  • How long has the company been in the HVAC system cleaning business?
  • Will the technician provide you with the means to conduct a visual inspection at any time during the cleaning?
The Right Contractor

What's the Certified Cleaning Process?

There are two key components to HVAC cleaning: breaking contaminants loose, and collection of contaminants.
Breaking contaminants Loose Properly cleaning HVAC systems requires removing the source of contamination. Source removal begins with the use of one or more agitation devices designed to loosen contaminants from the surfaces within the heating and A/C system.
FIRST STEP

Breaking Contaminants Loose

Breaking contaminants loose properly cleaning HVAC systems requires removing the source of contamination. Source removal begins with the use of one or more agitation devices designed to loosen contaminants from the surfaces within the heating and A/C system.
SECOND STEP

Collection of Contaminants

The entire HVAC system is placed under continuous negative pressure(vacuum)to prevent the spread of contaminants. Continuous negative pressure allows very fine particles to be removed from the system as they become airborne, ensuring that these particles are not released into the living space when the system is turned back on after cleaning. Negative pressure also promotes extraction of loosened contaminants, which will be collected and removed from your home.
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