Indoor Air Quality Issues

In today's air-tight homes, Indoor Air Quality is a growing concern. Most household dust contains our dead skin flakes, bacteria, lint, dust mites, mold, mildew, pollen and pet dander (animals dead skin flakes).

Our indoor air is worse than outdoor air

Many of these contaminants are circulated through the central air systems in modern homes and can aggravate asthma and allergies. Because we have air tight homes, we recycle the same bad air all of the time.

“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)
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Brush and Flexible Hose System

Our brush system rotates to loosen dirt and debris inside the walls of your air ducts. While it is loosening, the dust and debris it is vacuuming up in it nozzle behind the brush head.

Quality Guarantee

We ensure you that you will receive a professional air duct cleaning because of our many years of experience, customer service, care, and dedication. Being that we us a professional system design for this task does not hurt either.


Rotobrush Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialist (ADCS)
NADCA Associate Member

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Starter System
  • $285
  • Up to 10 vents, 1 return
  • e.g., apartment, condos
Single System
  • $475
  • Up to 12 vents, 2 returns, 1 unit/furnace, fogging system sanitize & disinfectant
  • e.g., Single family home
Two Systems
  • Call $$$ Call
  • 20 vents, 3 returns, 2 units/furnaces, fogging system sanitize & disinfectan
  • e.g., 2 Bedrooms, Family, "L" Shaped Hall, Living, Dining & Set of stairs

Method of Air Duct Cleaning

We inspect your air duct system during our walk through. Cover furniture and floors as needed. Vacuum off vent covers and then remove registers as we process through your home or small business. Brush vacuum your vent lines one by one to remove dust and debris.

Vacuum carpets if dust falls. Clean unit/furnace after we've cleaned all your vent lines leading towards your furnace. Fogging air duct system with a disinfectant.

“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)

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Preventative is the key here like most things to avoid potential problems in the future. Dryer vent cleaning is one of those services that gets overlooked. Most people don't know or understand the importance of cleaning their dryer periodically because of lint build up.

The least amount of airflow escaping from your exhaust duct dryer vents can cause overheating and your house could potentially catch fire. Lint can be trapped in flexible foil duct lines easily than the metal duct lines.

Frequently Asked Question

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  • How often should I have my air ducts clean?

    It varies, but we say 18 to 24 months.

  • Do I need to have my coils clean at the same time too?

    In good practice, it's good to have them clean at the same time.

  • What is fogging?

    It is a device that sprays a fine mist of solutions through your system to help kill bacteria.

  • Can your system clean on my flex ducts?

    Yes, it's non-destructive.

  • Do I have to leave my house during the cleaning?

    No, not at all.

  • Will there be dust everywhere?

    No, we have a brush vacuum system that's controlled. As we brush, our vacuum is sucking up the dust and debris at the same time.

  • What are registers?

    Those are vents in the ceilings, floors, or walls that either supply air or remove air in your home or business.

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