Services

Air Duct Cleaning


We'll clean your home from the inside out

 

Most homeowners have no idea what goes on inside their home's air ducts. But the fact is, they can become littered with years of accumulated dirt, debris and allergens like pollen, dust and pet dander.

 

Industry standards recommend that you have your air ducts inspected every 2 years for cleanliness, and have them     cleaned,  on average, every 5-7 years.  By having your air ducts cleaned regularly, you’ll help improve the indoor air quality in your home, and enhance the efficiency of your heating/cooling system, which may reduce energy bills.

 

Our technicians use one of the most powerful and effective air duct cleaning systems on the market today. This allows us to clean all types of duct work and air duct systems no matter what part of the country you live in. Our air duct cleaning methodology follows the guidelines of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), and with the expert advice from your air duct cleaning technician, you can count on MR. DUCT !


Our process

Our technicians arrive at your home in a clearly marked truck and in uniform.

 

A technician carefully reviews the cleaning services you have requested.

 

We use some of the most powerful equipment on the market. The industrial strength cleaning unit vacuums the dirt and debris from your air duct system.

 

Our technicians will prepare your home for service by covering flooring with protective cloths and placing corner guards where needed.

 

Our technician carefully seals a return air vent before cleaning to maximize the air flow.

 

Our Technician will explain how we clean the HVAC system using a variety of specialized tools adapted to even the most unique system.

 

We connect a powerful 8 inch vacuum to the main trunk line. The vacuum collects dirt, dust and other contaminants which are dislodged during air duct cleaning.

 

Our high pressure air along with specialized tools are used to dislodge the dirt and debris so that the vacuum can pull it into the containment unit.

 

Our technician inserts the compressed air hose with air whip. Compressed air and the air whip remove dirt from the duct walls and push grime to the vacuum.

 

After cleaning, the technician installs a galvanized sheet metal access panel with 12 screws over the holes. The technician seals the patch with metal tape

 

The technician seals the hole made to insert the air whip with an approved plug.

 

After cleaning, the technician reviews the order with you to answer any questions and to make sure you are satisfied with the job.