Duct Cleaning Procedure Here at Entire Duct cleaning, we incorporate cleaning your air filters, air conditioning coil, and furnace fan as part of our services. It is noteworthy that a majority of other duct cleaning companies charge extra fees for such services, and this makes some homeowners omit cleaning of these items if they feel the charges are high. We do these extra cleaning services since we take great pride in providing affordable services to our clients. Our cleaners are highly trained in taking every precaution when cleaning your home and follow the 8-step duct cleaning procedure below. Step 1: Preliminary inspection of the air duct system and furnace Once you contact us to provide duct cleaning services, our technicians arrive at your premises at the agreed time and conduct a preliminary inspection of your house. The inspection helps to determine the most convenient route to lay down a large vacuum hose from our truck-mounted vacuum equipment. In most cases, our large vacuum hose is run to the furnace through a basement window.
Step 2: Preparation of access openings Our technicians prepare access openings and then connect the vacuum hose directly into the primary duct system. Next, the duct system is sealed off between cold air and hot air, and all air openings covered to optimize the efficiency of our powerful vacuum. Step 3: Putting on protective gear and cleaning of all air vents As a standard procedure, our professional cleaners must have protective gear when doing duct cleaning. Our technicians put on protective cleaning gear, which includes safety glasses, dust masks, and hearing protective devices. Next, all air supply ducts are thoroughly cleaned up using compressed air at 250psi. Step 4: Cleaning of all heating vents All heating vents are cleaned using the same process as the one used for air ducts. Once this is complete, the vacuum hose is switched over to the return air ducts, and grilles are thoroughly cleaned. Our technicians usually commence with the vents at the furthest end, those located on particularly in the top floor, and work downwards to those located in the basement. Step 5: Cleaning out debris stuck air vents or connecting pipes Once all air ducts have been thoroughly cleaned, our cleaners focus on the duct system and use various techniques such as reverse air nozzle or air whips (also known air snake or skipper) and air guns. The process begins at the end of the furthest end of the duct system. All debris stuck within connecting
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