Furnace Cleaning Experts In Keoma

Our objective at here is to provide our clients with expert and considerate service. Our certified and friendly personnel will deliver exceptional craftsmanship with superior results.
This means remarkable service from the initial point of contact – right from that first telephone call or email right through to the conclusion of the task.

WHY PICK US?

What sets us apart:
Competence and Experience – Our team is led and trained by industry pros who has more than 10 years" experience in the HEATING AND COOLING market and has a Red-Seal Journeyman Certificate. He is also a licensed IICRC – Fire & Smoke Restoration Specialist, focusing on HEATING AND COOLING remediation.
Cleaning up the blower – We are among the only companies in the market that is trained and certified to pull the blower out of the furnace and clean the blower and we do it every time. This allows us to do a “complete" furnace cleansing.

The time we require to complete the service – If a duct cleaner can be in and out of your home in less than 45-75 minutes, the task may be done but it"s refrained from doing right. The average house takes us 2– 4 hours.
Our personnel – We make every effort to provide our professionals with a positive and healthy work environment in which to grow. In turn, their enthusiasm is reflected in the quality of the work they will provide for you.
In advance rates – The rate we price estimate is the rate you pay. There are no hidden fees or lowball quotes to obtain in your door and surprise you once we are there. We will not charge you additional if you exceed a maximum allowed number of vents. In reality, we do not even make you count your vents!

We are so much more than simply furnace and duct cleansing. Please inspect our services/prices section to see the full extent of exactly what we can do for you.

1. How are my ducts cleaned throughout a heater and duct cleansing?
Initially, all the return and supply ducts are covered with magnetic register covers to get ready for cleansing. Cold air returns on the walls are covered with specially designed vent adhesives that cover only the vent, securing your walls. Next, our vacuum (which uses 7500 cubic feet of suction per minute) is hooked up to the main plenum of your furnace. If there is air conditioning in your house there will be an air conditioning coil on top of the furnace, which will need to be bypassed, as it would be damaged if we were to pull dust and particles through it as an access point. The bypass consists of a cleansing of the A/C coil itself by the serviceman while the ductwork is being cleaned, as it also needs routine maintenance.

When the high-powered compressor on the Powervac truck is turned on, a negative atmospheric pressure system is developed in your ductwork as the compressor pulls air from the sealed vent system. The assistant will start cleaning up the ducts at the top floor and work their way down cleansing from the point of the register to the furnace. Each individual vent cover is gotten rid of and each boot gets blown using our 200-250 PSI compressed air. The negative atmospheric pressure allows the air that is blown to obtain drawn down through the vent and into the main duct run. All kinds of vents are cleaned.

The compressor also creates a more powerful air circulation for the vacuum– pressing the air to the vacuum that pulls the air. The main run is then cleaned after all of the supply and return vents are gleaming. One inch holes are drilled in the main duct go to provide access to place the Viper Clean Sweep System ®. If access holes are currently present, there is no need to drill brand-new ones. The reverse skipper head (part of Viper Clean Sweep System ®) is sent into the length of the main run and spins at a high speed, air scrubbing the interior. The serviceman uses all the access holes to continue to press the staying dust and particles from the cleaning up out through the access point, through the pipe, and out to the truck. Lastly, the ductwork is disinfected with our hospital-grade air disinfectant spray to sanitize the ductwork from contaminants, mold, and bacteria.


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