Baltimore and surrounding counties for Air Duct Cleaning

Sanitize 4 Serenity uses the highest quality equipment as your Air Duct & Dryer Vent Cleaners in the Baltimore Metropolitan area with the highest quality service provided.

Removed the hose to clean the main trunk for Air duct cleaning

Your indoor air is worse than outdoor air.

Do you ever experience fatigue, headaches, respiratory problems, or irritation of your eyes, nose, and throat after spending time indoors? You may be surprised to learn that the air quality inside your home can actually be worse than outdoor air. Poor indoor air quality can be caused by many things, from mold and dust mites to chemicals from building materials, cleaning products, and air fresheners.

Studies have shown that indoor air quality can contain up to 5-10 times more pollutants than outdoor air. This means that your home could contain a variety of airborne toxins that can cause health problems. For example, if there is mold growing in your home, air quality testing can detect mold spores and other allergens that can cause respiratory issues and allergic reactions. Even if you try to keep your home clean, dust mites, pet hair, and other irritants may still be present.

If you want to improve the quality of the air in your home, there are several steps you can take. Cleanings of carpets and upholstery are essential for maintaining good hygiene and in keeping contaminants at bay, in addition to vacuuming. Vacuuming carpets and furniture regularly can help reduce household dust, while installing an air purifier or an air filter system can remove pollutants and irritants from your home’s air. Air duct cleaning may be an effective way to help you reach your desired outcome. You should also look for ways to reduce the use of chemical-based cleaning products and air fresheners, and instead use natural, non-toxic cleaning options.

It’s important to be aware of the air quality in your home and take steps to improve it. Poor air quality can lead to breathing problems, allergies, and even chronic illnesses, so it’s important to take action as soon as possible to make sure you and your family are breathing clean, healthy air.

Before Dirty return vent before view of air duct cleaning by Sanitize 4 Serenity
After Clean return vent after view of air duct cleaning by Sanitize 4 Serenity

Wow! Photo slide

This is a demonstration of the air duct cleaning job we have successfully carried out. Here is an example of what your return vents may look like if they are not properly maintained.

“Duct systems accumulate a significant amount of household dust and if the accumulation builds up, the dust may be re-circulated back into the living space, requiring more frequent dusting and cleaning around the home.”

Bill Benito (from the ICS Magazine)
Air Duct Cleaning Map

Method of Air Duct Cleaning

There are two proper ways to clean air ducts, in which a brush vacuum method is used. This method involves 35’ (feet) long hoses with brush heads ranging from 4" to 30" (inches) in size. This allows for dust and debris to be removed from home or small business vent lines.

Air duct cleaning a supply vent in a high ceiling by two men on a scaffolding for Sanitize 4 Serenity

Aerial shot

Here in Baltimore city, we use drones for some aerial inspections. Mainly for residential rooftop row homes to locate Dryer Vents Exhaust exiting through the roof. We use them to find HVAC units for Air Duct Cleaning on the rooftop of commercial buildings as well.


These are guides to give you an idea of how much it would or could cost to have your air ducts cleaned.


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No Unit

Up to 10 vents, 1 return. e.g., apartment, condos


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Small Unit

Up to 11 vents, 1 return, 1 unit. e.g., apartment, condos


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One Unit

Up to 13 vents, 2 returns, 1 unit/furnace, fogging system sanitize & disinfectant. e.g., Single family home


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Two Units

Up to 30 vents, 4 returns, 2 units/furnaces, fogging system sanitize & disinfectant. e.g., 2 Bedrooms, Family room, "L" Shaped Hallway, Living room, Dining room & Set of stairs.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Cleaning your dryer vents is an important part of home maintenance that is often overlooked. Lint build up in the vents can cause overheating and increase the chance of a house fire. Regular dryer vent cleaning can help to reduce the risk of fire and maintain proper airflow.

“Regular cleaning and maintenance of the air handler coils and fans will reduce energy consumption and improve indoor air quality." Former president of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), Bill Benito.

Bill Benito (from the ICS Magazine)

Allergens and Contaminants in your Home and Office:

Whether you are at home or in the office, allergens and contaminants can present a serious health hazard. Exposure to allergens and contaminants could cause a range of issues such as allergic reactions, skin rashes, respiratory problems, and more. Unfortunately, allergens and contaminants can often go undetected in our home and office environments. That’s why it’s important to be aware of common allergens and contaminants and take steps to minimize their risk.

Some common allergens found in homes and offices include dust mites, animal dander, cockroach droppings, mold, and pollen. These allergens can pose serious problems for those who suffer from asthma or allergies. Dust mites, for example, emit an allergen that can trigger asthma and hay fever symptoms. Allergens can come in through open windows or get stuck in carpets and furniture upholstery.

Contaminants such as lead, asbestos, radon, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can also be present in homes and offices. Lead is a neurotoxin found in certain paints and water systems and can cause severe health issues if ingested. Asbestos is a mineral that is found in construction materials and can cause lung cancer if inhaled. Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer if ingested. Finally, VOCs can be found in paint and furniture finishes and could cause headaches, dizziness, and nausea if inhaled.

Fortunately, there are steps we can take to minimize the risk of allergens and contaminants in our homes and offices. For example, using an air purifier can help remove allergens and other airborne particles from the air. Regularly vacuuming and dusting, especially in carpets, can also help reduce allergens. It’s also important to inspect paint and building materials for lead and asbestos, and to test for radon.

By being aware of the allergens and contaminants that may be present in our homes and offices, we can take the necessary steps to reduce their risk and protect our health.

Dirt, Debris & Biological

  • Dust, dirt & soils
  • Skin scales
  • Animal dander
  • Dust mite
  • Pollen
  • Drywall dust
  • Saw dust
  • Paint dust
  • Viruses
  • Bacteria
  • Mold
  • Mildew
  • Fungus
  • Carpet fibers
  • Llint
  • Synthetic materials
  • Fiberglass fragments
  • Contruction materials
  • Asbestos

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