Duct Cleaning Info



Upon arriving at your home our lead technician will walk through and count the registers in your home while explaining the process to be used in cleaning your system. Source removal duct cleaning is considered the best method for relieving indoor air quality problems and is the only method endorsed by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA).


We have utilized source removal technology for duct cleaning since 1990. High velocity compressed air along with a high volume vacuum system (9000cfm) is used to dislodge contaminates and pull them from your home. We use specially designed air whips, air sweeps and rotary brushes to ensure proper removal of contaminates.


All grilles, registers, diffusers and plenums are cleaned and sanitized. After the cleaning an EPA approved sanitizer is fogged through the system. This sanitizer will kill mold, bacteria, and fungus.


Step 1:
The technicians will inspect your duct system when they arrive in your home to determine the layout of your system, the level of contamination, and the total number of vents, which determines the total price.  *See Pricing structure at bottom of page.*


Step 2:
Before we begin the process, our technician will walk through your house and explain our process and answer any questions you may have. At this time, the technician will determine the total price.


Step 3:
All registers and vent covers are removed and taken outside for cleaning. We do this for two reasons:
• Dirt and dust can build up on the inside of the vents and they need to be removed and thoroughly cleaned.
• While the vent covers are off, this gives the technician access to the inside of the duct work.


Step 4:
We use high-powered trailer-mounted commercial vacuums with an 8-inch hose that is attached to the return and supply plenums on your furnace. This allows us to draw all dust to the outside of your home.


Step 5:
We use an air whip attachment that is inserted into the ductwork to loosen the contaminate, getting the dust airborne so that it can be moved into the vacuum. This works with flex duct, fiberboard, and metal ductwork. All duct runs and the trunk line are cleaned to the furnace.


Step 6:
The evaporator coils are cleaned and rinsed with a sanitizer. The furnace is cleaned including the blower motor housing, return plenum, supply plenum, filter compartment, and the condensate drain pan.


Step 7:
The entire duct system is treated with an EPA registered sanitizing solution that will kill mold, mildew, fungus, viruses, and bacteria.


Step 8:
If you have a washable type filter, we will wash, rinse, and re-install it. If you do not have a washable filter, please have a replacement filter on hand. We will replace the old filter with the new one.


Step 9:
All registers and vent covers are re-installed. Access holes are covered. The technicians tidy up. The system is turned on and tested for operation.



1. One HVAC system including up to 12 vents is $545 *
2. Two HVAC systems including up to 12 vents is $$675**
3. Three HVAC systems including up to 12 vents is $805**


* The cost for additional vents over 12 is $15 each

** On multiple HVAC systems the vent count in the base price is twelve vents total.  All vents over twelve in the house will be charged at a cost of $15 each.   For example:  A house containing two systems and 25 vent openings would cost $870.

*** Dryer vent cleaning in conjunction with duct cleaning is $35


Duct cleaning AND Sealing for one HVAC system is $2250 –  A discount will be given for cleaning and sealing if you have multiple systems.



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