How do you clean furnaces and ducts?

How do you clean furnaces and ducts?

  • We use our own Multi-Zone™ cleaning method
    • We clean the cold and hot air systems separately
    • We cut bypasses above the heat exchange and on the cold-air plenum
      • We cut eight-inch holes for the vacuum hoses
      • We seal them with reusable access panels
      • We cut eight-inch holes for the vacuum hoses
      • We may cut one-inch holes for the Octopus™ whip and Backskip tools
    • We connect a hose from the hole to the powerful vacuum in our custom-built trucks
    • The RotoWhip™ we developed cleans each individual vent by circulating compressed air and providing full contact cleaning
    • The Octopus™ multi-headed whip also moves dust and debris from the main plenums to the main vacuum
    • The Backskip tool goes on the end of a compressed air line and feeds air backward to send debris to the opening
    • The blower is removed, air-washed, and wiped down and all the parts are reassembled
    • Finally, we test the system
    • Unlike brush cleaning methods, our RotoWhip™ does not damage dampers and other parts of an HVAC system
  • We need:
    • A paved, legal parking space within 30 feet of the door
      • That’s close to the length of a bus, half the length of a bowling lane, or about two car lengths
    • A path of no more than 150 feet between our truck and your furnace for our hoses

Last Update: January 22, 2021  

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