The technician will be able to move most things, however, if there is an item he is unable to move, the technician has a portable gun with a large hose that will be able to reach the vent.
Yes, we have portable equipment that provides the exact same method of cleaning. The only difference is that the compressor is portable.
Yes, we do.
The three main sources are: oil, gas and electric. We are able to clean all types.
No, the tech will have to verify if your furnace needs to be cleaned and he will confirm the price with you upon arrival.
They are the internal parts of your furnace.
Using a UV light kills bacteria and mold found in your air duct system.
We can take the vent covers off, but it is not necessary if the register cover is painted on.
Does anyone in your family suffer from allergies, asthma, headaches or nasal congestion? It is recommended to do a regular cleaning once every 2 years to prevent the dust and dirt build up, but most importantly, prevent mold from growing. According to the EPA, up to 40 pounds of dust accumulates in the air ducts every year.
We usually send one highly trained technician who can do the job. If we needed two, we would send two technicians.
The process normally takes about up to two hours. Upon arrival, our technician will do a thorough inspection and count the vents before beginning.
The technician will need access to the furnace area as well as all the vents in the home.
Sanitizer is a high grade vapor air mist that is applied with a fogging machine to kill all odor-causing bacteria within your air duct system.
Yes, we are certified through the NADCA for both cleaning and mold remediation.
Yes, however they are separate from your air ducts so there is an additional charge.
The number of thermostats in your home normally determines how many systems are in the household. For example, if there are 2 thermostats, there are 2 systems.
Not necessarily. They are part of a separate system, and are an additional service. Our air duct technician can inspect them and give you an estimate when you have your ducts cleaned.
Return vents draw in indoor air for reconditioning/heating/cooling. It is also referred to as an intake, typically located on the walls because it has to be elevated to take in air and there is one on each floor.
Supply vents supply the air through the house, once it has been heated (or cooled) through the system.
Like supply vents, registers discharge the air throughout the home.
National Air Duct Cleaners Association.