We use a patented truck mounted unit, whenever possible, pulling up to 10,000 CFM of vacuum power and an air compressor that produces a minimum of 175 PSI or industrial strength portable vacuum and air compressor. Entire Operation is monitored and accomplished by skilled and trained technicians in HVAC system cleaning.
Ductwork shall be cleaned by inserting a vacuum hose in one end of the duct or trunk line using high pressure compressed air to make the dust and debris airborne. As the compressed air is blowing. The residues shall be drawn into the vacuum unit. All foreign materials such as dust, mold, soot, lint, hair, bacteria, and other air movement residues are removed from the area.
Access openings shall be provided at required points of the duct system for physical and mechanical entry. These openings shall be provided as required at points adjacent to turning vanes, dampers, and other obstructions that might tend to trap or entrain dust, dirt, lint, and debris.
All grills, registers, and diffusers are removed and cleaned with a non-toxic, disinfecting solution. Areas around registers are lightly cleaned. After cleaning, we adjust all registers to insure proper air flow.
Fans are cleaned, when and where possible by using air pressure and an air nozzle designed for that purpose. All accessible air filters are cleaned.
Coils and condensing units are cleaned, when and where accessible using a non-acid coil cleaner, sprayed, forced into the coil and flushed out using air pressure. There should be no residue of coil cleaner left in the system. Drainage should be cleaned using high air pressure.
Upon completion of cleaning of each section, a visual inspection is performed. A video/picture of before, during and after is given to client.
Every precaution shall be taken to prevent the spread of dust and dirt in occupied areas. Complete areas clean up after each work cycle shall be performed and no debris will be left behind.
After completion of the duct cleaning, all the duct work is sanitized using reverse air sanitization method in conjunction with the vacuum unit.