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Clean Your Ducts, Breath Better.

When’s the last time your ducts were cleaned? Your central air and heat system circulates millions of dust mites and molds through your home every time your blower is activated.

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) estimates the average six-room house collects 40 lbs. of dirt, dust and allergens in its air ducts each year. The EPA estimates indoor air may be two to five times more polluted than the air outside. Waiting to clean your ducts may put you and your family at risk!

Step-by-Step Guide on How We Clean Your Ducts

Step 1. dirty ducts

Step 1.

Before picture of an average. home’s dirty ducts.

Step 2.remove all the vents

Step 2.

We remove all the vents and cut cardboard to cover the air hole where the air comes out.

Step 3.air vacuum

Step 3.

We insert the cardboard into air box over the air hole to cause an air vacuum once our machine is on.

Step 4.suck back all the debris

Step 4.

We use our 5000 cfm vacuum to suck back all the debris that’s in the air ducts the we stir up while cleaning.

Step 5.scrub the inside ducts clean

Step 5.

We use our 150 psi air compressor to power air whips with 50′ of rod that we use to scrub the inside ducts clean.

Step 6.wire brush to scrub the inside ducts clean,

Step 6.

We also use a 20′ long cable wire brush to scrub the inside ducts clean, while the 5000 cfm machine is sucking all the debris back to the machine.

Step 7.scrubbing the duct walls clean

Step 7.

This is what the wire brush looks like inside the ducts. You can see it scrubbing the duct walls clean. The brush comes in all sizes.

Step 8.debris travels through this and to the machine filters

Step 8.

This is the 12″ duct that the vacuum machine uses to connect itself to the duct work. The debris travels through this and to the machine filters.

Step 9. disassemble it, clean / disinfect it, and then reinstall it

Step 9.

We then remove the blower motor in the furnace, disassemble it, clean / disinfect it, and then reinstall it. This blows the air and is just as dirty as the ducts.

Step 10.emove the AC freon, remove the coil, clean and disinfect it

Step 10.

We then remove the AC freon, remove the coil, clean and disinfect it, then reinstall it. The air always goes through this and the coil fins act like a filter. It is very important to clean this as well.

Step 11.remove the blower motor in the furnace, disassemble it, clean / disinfect it

Step 11.

We then remove the blower motor in the furnace, disassemble it, clean / disinfect it, and then reinstall it. This blows the air and is just as dirty as the ducts.

Step 12.use a fogging maching to spray a light disinfecting mist into the air stream while your motor is running

Step 12.

Finally we go to all the return vents, turn on the furnace blower motor, and use a fogging maching to spray a light disinfecting mist into the air stream while your motor is running, allowing it to circulate through the duct system.

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