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Air Duct Cleaning Bellaire


Air duct cleaning removes dust, allergens, pollutants, and odors from the ventilation systems in buildings. After ducts are cleaned, less dust will be emitted from vents which improves indoor air quality and potentially increasing the efficiency of furnace and air conditioner units.


When using the highly compressed air cleaning process, the following steps are used to clean the ducts properly.

  1. Powerful vacuum is used to place the duct system under negative pressure and assist in pulling dislodged contaminants out of the ductwork.
  2. Compressed air tools and agitation tools are used to dislodge contaminants stuck on the ductwork.

The compressed air tools are used to clean the inside of the ducts. This process will remove the dust and debris from the ductwork and the vacuum will pull all the dust & contaminents outside of the home. The supply and return networks are “zoned,” or separated, so they can be cleaned independently. This can be done by removing the furnace filter, inserting it into a plastic bag and reinserting it into the furnace, or using a filter block.


Our 7 Step Cleaning Process

  1. An access hole is cut into the air plenum. Vacuum is connected into the hole cut into the air plenum. This creates a powerful negative pressure on the supply & or return ductwork to transport loosened dirt and contaminates out of the ductwork and into the vacuum’s filtration/collection system outside of the home.
  2. Each branch is cleaned separately, starting with the farthest branch from the vacuum. The register and boot areas are cleaned to remove any dirt and/or debris.
  3. The branches are cleaned by using agitation devices such as a power ball and/or duct whip to dislodge any debris on the ductwork. Forward air sweep is then used to blow the debris into the vacuum.
  4. The main run is cleaned using the same process in 3 and 4.
  5. The return side is cleaned using the same techniques as above.
  6. All holes are plugged and sealed for Routine Maintenance every 3, 5, or 7 years, depending on the home.
  7. We ensure that the furnace unit cycles and is operating before leaving.