The Duct Cleaners Are Coming!

The Duct Cleaners Are Coming! from CanaDuct cleaning

By: CanaDuct cleaning  14-12-2011
Keywords: Duct Cleaning, air duct cleaning, Furnace Cleaning

Experience & Qualifications

  • Our technicians usually work as a team. Between them they have worked under the NADCA banner for over 9 years and hold a G3 Gas Fitters License.
  • Paul, team leader and company supervisor, has served as an HVAC technician and Indoor Air Quality Specialist with 3 big name franchises for over 9 years. Having secured and serviced the Mattamy Homes, Arista, Ashley and Bayview / Wellington new home contracts in south central Ontario, in addition to residential & commercial work for some very high profile clients, he has serviced over 17,000 homes and businesses.
  • Technician will proceed to furnace location in order determine the most efficient procedure for setting up the duct cleaning equipment.
  • Technician/IAQ Specialist will perform a thorough system inspection AT NO CHARGE. Noteworthy conditions will be brought to your attention.
  • Portals are cut/opened in main supply & intake duct-work. Flange of 8" diameter vacuum hose is hooked up to each in turn, then attachable hoses are led back to the duct truck hopper to where dirt is extracted.
  • "J" channel, plenum and accessible joist liners are cleaned.
  • Using a 65 HP Wisconsin engine, the air duct system is then placed under powerful negative pressure (vacuum) of 16,000 CFP...about 40x more powerful than a household vacuum.
  • Adjustable compression guns deliver up to 250 PSI.
  • 1" snake/access holes are drilled in accessible duct-work at 5 ft. intervals.
  • Hidden ductwork requires the use of an air rake which is snaked through main duct-work using attachable scorpion rods, whips, and forward & reverse whipper balls. Dirt is beaten, then forward or back flushed toward vacuum portal.
  • All ports and openings will be plugged and sealed upon completion of the job.
  • Dampers are checked, tightened and adjusted as necessary.
  • Locating all vents is necessary in order to perform a thorough duct cleaning.
  • Each vent is covered, then flushed.
  • Supply and return/intake vents are flushed.
  • Return/intake vents are usually removed. Some exceptions may apply.
  • Each vent receives a powerful blast of air, forcing dirt and debris into the main duct-work.
  • Large volumes of construction debris are extracted using a 5 HP hand-held wet/dry vacuum.
  • Dampers are checked and adjusted as necessary.

Feel free to take advantage of our technician's knowledge and experience. Answers to your questions may prove invaluable to your health and wallet.

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