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When is the last time you had your furnace ducts cleaned? Did you know that dust, pollen, dander, even mold and other allergens can settle into your duct work, and once the air is turned on it will stir them back up and spread them throughout the house? If you or someone in your household has asthma or allergies, this can be especially irritating to their respiratory systems. How do your shelves look if you haven't dusted in a week or two? Now imagine how the inside of your ducting is after a few years or more of buildup that can be getting re-distributed throughout your home.

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Proper cleaning of a home generally takes a minimum of three to five hours, depending on the size of the house. We will need access to all registers throughout the home for a proper and thorough cleaning. Most duct cleaning companies base their price upon square footage and/or the number of registers, systems, and levels to be cleaned and charge between $90 and $125 per hour to properly clean a duct system. If a much lower price is offered, make sure that the price includes a thorough cleaning including registers, cold air return, & the inside of all the duct work. Our systems not only suck out the loose particles, but they go in with a brush and clean the duct work in it's entirety, leaving you with duct work that is as clean as the day it was installed!

Furnace duct cleaning has more than just a health benefit, clean ducts are more efficient, thus putting less strain on your furnace or heat pump.

This can save you money over time with slightly lower costs to run it, and possibly prolonging the life of it!

Please note, we cannot clean vents with an active rodent problem, even if there is a perished rodent in your vents. You will need to contact an exterminator. Once the rodents have been taken care of, we can certainly come out and clean your vents for you.

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An air duct before and after cleaning

What system do we use?

We use the RotoBrush Air+ XP for all Furnace Duct cleaning. It uses two, four horsepower vacuum motors and a formidible brush motor to spin its brush at a speedy 450 RPM. The brush system rotates at 450rpm to loosen the debris from inside walls of the air ducts. As it is loosened, the debris is then vacuumed up in the nozzle located behind the head of the brush. This combination ensures professionally cleaned air ducts for your customers. Because the rotating cable is enclosed within the hose, it is safe to use in every type of duct application including flexible duct work.

If you are interested in getting your furnace ducts cleaned, or aren't sure and have questions, contact us today or call us at 503-538-3613

We can come out to give you a FREE ESTIMATE, and with that we can even bring a special camera so you can see the inside of your duct work for yourself!

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