Only professionals equipped with truck mount machines can thoroughly clean up your air ducts.
Air ducts are just like the respiratory system of a human body. Through those hidden air ducts,
air circulates in your house - the air conditioning system pumps up the hot air heated up in the
furnace in winter time and the cold air generated by the cooling device in summer time, and sends
it to the vents around the house. When the air conditioning system is running, contaminants like
dust, pollen, pet hair and animal dander would be brought into the system through the return
air vents. They would deposit in the air ducts. Vents on the floor level are inevitably laden
with dirt and mud, brought in from the house doors or just from your indoor plants. These contaminants
will eventually enter the air ducts in which they produce mildews and germs that would jeopardize
our health. Since ordinary cleaning is not able to reach the very deep inside of the air ducts,
only professionals with special machines can help you thoroughly clean up the air conditioning
Yes. As your house is newly built, it's not unusual that quite a lot of the construction debris
like sawdust, asbestos, and concrete lumps would remain in the air ducts. Leaving them unclean
would obstruct the airflow in the ducts and then cause more dusts. So having your air ducts
cleaned would also result in lowering your utility bill. As a matter of a fact, most new houses
are located in a community that is under construction, which means its environment is much dustier.
So it's a good suggestion to have your new house cleaned before you move in.
We use our truck mount vacuum machine and high pressure air blow gun to clean up the whole air conditioning
system. We will first open some holes on the air ducts to hook up an 8 -10 inch diameter hose to the air
conditioning system and connect this hose to our powerful truck mount vacuum machine (air volume 20000
cubic feet per minute). When the vacuum machine is turned on, it generates huge negative pressure.
Contaminants in your air conditioning system would be extracted through the hose to the vacuum machine
outside. At the meantime, we use a high pressure air gun (air pressure 250 pounds per square inch)
combined with the roller brush to clean up the air vents and floor/ceiling registers one by one and help
draw the contaminants to the vacuum machine. For the usually unreachable places inside of the air duct,
we will use a special equipment to do the job. This so-called "octopus" (some people call that spider)
equipment is an air-blowing plastic whips mounted on the end of a very flexible long rod that can be inserted
deeply into the air ducts. For the next step, we will open your furnace to clean up its inside including
the air filters. We also spray the disinfection sanitizer (optional) into the air ducts that can eliminate
the germs grown in there. After we finish the job, we seal up the opened holes.