Specializing in residential air duct cleaning, antimicrobial sanitizing, service maintenance plans and video inspections.
Servicing the following Regions
- 24 Hour Service
- Certified Technicians
- Free Estimates
- Guaranteed Professional Service
- Video Inspections before and after service
- Air Conditioning cleaning/Maintenance
- Dryer Vent Video Inspection and Cleaning
- Duct Inspection and Sealing
- Furnace Cleaning & Maintenance
- Host carpet DRY cleaning
Host Carpet DRY Cleaning
We are now offering dry carpet cleaning along with the many other services.
- Host carpet DRY cleaning is recommended by leading carpet manufacturers World Wide
- No worry of saturated carpets * Carpets can be walked on immediately after cleaning
- No soapy residue left in your carpets which causes rapid re-soiling
- Carpet odors are eliminated and you are left with a clean, fresh scent
- The only Green Seal Certified DRY carpet cleaner that is Environmentally Responsible
- Specialize in residential and commercial carpet DRY cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning
The intricate maze of air ducts, vents and heating and cooling systems designed to make our homes comfortable may in fact, be making us sick. These air systems play host to a variety of pollutants, such as animal dander, pollen, dust mites, mold and bacteria. These impurities commonly cause allergic reactions, breathing difficulties, infections and disease. These tiny particles settle in the Ducts of Central Air systems in modern homes and are re-circulated every time the air conditioner or heater is blowing.
Leading Medical authorities acknowledge that moisture and contaminates found in HVAC systems serve as ideal breeding grounds for mold, germs, fungi and other harmful microbes. This poses a health risk to those who suffer from allergies, asthma, immune system deficiencies and chronic illnesses, as well as to small children and the elderly. Cleaning your ductwork as well as your HVAC (Heating, Venting, & Air Conditioning) system not only eliminates contaminants, but also improves the efficiency of your system by improving air flow. Our trained technician can come out and inspect your heating and air conditioning system, diagnose any problems, then take the appropriate action to clean your air ducts.The Equipment we use to clean the air ducts is effective in all types of air duct construction including flex duct, round metal ducts, square metal ducts, and fiberboard including right angle turns and multiple bends found in most types of duct systems .
The advanced cleaning method that we use is the only self-contained method that brushes and vacuums the debris at the same time. Dirt is brushed loose inside the air duct and immediately swept up by the powerful dual vacuums, using two hepa filters. This eliminates the need for a central collection unit attached at the plenum (such as equipment using negative pressure) and because of this, dirt and debris do not have to travel through the entire HVAC system to be collected.First we remove and clean the registers. Then the technician will start cleaning through the supply vents by working all the way back to the air handler. Dirt is brushed loose inside the air ducts and immediately swept up using our exclusive patented equipment. As he works back through the system, he overlaps the ductwork. This will ensure that you are getting optimum coverage throughout the ductwork system, which is a necessity for proper cleaning. The technician will finish by cleaning the cold air return ductwork with the same process.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
The United States Fire Administration and FEMA have issued a special report detailing the fire hazards related to lint in clothes dryers and dryer vents. Approximately 16,000 structure fires and roughly 13,000 residential fires per year are attributed to excessive lint in dryers and dryer vents. Numerous deaths, hundreds of injuries and millions of dollars of property damage occur as a result of these fires.
Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. Lint can block the flow of air, cause excessive build-up and can result in a fire in dryers and where they are located.
Even a cleaned lint screen traps only 75% of the lint produced inside a dryer.
The rest of the lint builds up over time inside the dryer vent, becoming a fire hazard. Dryer lint is highly flammable and has the potential to ignite at any time.