Whats in Your ducts?

Is The Air In Your Home Making You Sick?

This is The Facts:

Duct systems builds up a tremendous amount of dust, mold,bacteria, viruses and pollen over time. Every time your blower fan turns on it distributes these harmful elements throughout your home.

One out of every six people who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to dust, bacteria and fungus in air duct systems.

Studies have shown that two out of every three indoor air quality problems involve the Heating, Ventilation and AC System.

The levels of some hazardous pollutants in indoor air have been found to be up to 70 times greater than in outdoor air. (USEPA)

Our Guarantee

We stand by our service Guarantee!

If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your cleaning, we'll come back and clean your system again, for free, and if you are still not completely satisfied I'll refund your money!

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What to Expect from Us?

Our best work everytime!

We open access ports or doors to allow the entire system to be cleaned and inspected.

We Inspect the system before cleaning to be sure that there are no asbestos-containing materials (e.g., insulation, register boots, etc.) in the heating and cooling system. (Asbestos-containing materials require specialized procedures and should not be disturbed or removed except by specially trained and equipped contractors.)

We Use vacuum equipment that exhausts particles outside of the home or use only high-efficiency particle air (HEPA) vacuuming equipment if the vacuum exhausts inside the home.

We protect your carpet and household furnishings during cleaning.

We use well-controlled brushing of duct surfaces in conjunction with contact vacuum cleaning to dislodge dust and other particles.

We use only soft-bristled brushes for fiberglass duct board and sheet metal ducts internally lined with fiberglass. (Although flex duct can also be cleaned using soft-bristled brushes, it can be more economical to simply replace accessible flex duct.)

We take care to protect the duct work, including sealing and re-insulating any access holes the service provider may have made or used so they are airtight.