HVAC Systems Cleaning

The most effective way to clean air ducts and ventilation systems is to employ Source Removal methods of cleaning. This requires a contractor to place the system under negative pressure, through the use of a specialized, powerful vacuum. While the vacuum draws air through the system, devices are inserted into the ducts to dislodge any debris that might be stuck to interior surfaces. The debris can then travel down the ducts to the vacuum, which removes it from the system. 

First we

  • Disassemble and clean the HVAC unit by
  • Removing the blower assembly and pressure washing the blower wheel and housing
  • Vacuuming and oiling the motor
  • Wet cleaning the cooling coil and drain pan
  • Cleaning the heat exchanger
  • Vacuuming the interior of the unit

Then we

  • Attach a 10” suction hose to the ductwork at the furnace, this hose runs out to our Power Vac which will remove all the debris from the duct system and your home while we clean.
  • Remove and clean all supply diffusers and return grills.
  • Brush sweeping both the supply and return ducts from inside the house back towards the furnace. This loosens all the particulate such as dust and mold that is on the duct walls.
  • Air sweeping the supply and return ducts from inside the house back towards the furnace to help push all the debris downstream towards the furnace and out to the vacuum system.

Finally we

  • Reinstall all supply diffusers and return grills
  • Seal any access openings and check that all exposed duct connections are fitted properly.
  • Fog the system with an EPA registered duct sanitizer and deodorizer.
  • Replace the one inch filters with high efficiency disposable pleated filters and check all exposed ductwork to make sure there are no loose ducts, if we find any we will reattach them.
Why is it important to change my HVAC filters regularly
  • It saves energy–and money. • Extends the life of your HVAC equipment. • Reduces the risk of untimely breakdowns. • Enhances the indoor environment–health issues.