Procedure Videos

PLEASE NOTE: Not all Ductwork will come out as new and shiny looking as the pictures below.

This Video shows us “Whipping” the main ductwork. This procedure is good to initially loosen up the dust & debris that may be inside the system. The whips are used with air pressure that is generated from the compressor on the truck. The pressure coming out of these is roughly 200 PSI at 19 SCFM – in normal terms, it’s very high pressure.

I will add a few other videos, as I was in an akward position trying to film this while cleaning at the same time.

This Video shows us “Brushing” the main ductwork. There are many different types and sizes of brushes we use depending on the type of ductwork being cleaned. This type of cleaning as you can see, gets the caked on dust off as best as possible and a nice and clean area is left behind.

I will add a few other videos, as I was in an akward position trying to film this while cleaning at the same time.

After we vacuum the vents to rid of large debris, we insert a brush to perform a thorough scrubbing of the ductwork. This is important to ensure we get all the vents around the house as clean as possible.

I will add a few other videos, as I was in an akward position trying to film this while cleaning at the same time.

Furnace Blower Cleaning. What you didn’t see was the time and care required to have the blower pulled out of the furnace. Sometimes wires need to be disconnected, so you have to be properly trained and experienced enough to know what your doing as to not cause damage.

The blower is a main component of your system that air passes through and over times accumulates a build up of dust/debris. Having this cleaned every 5-7 years will improve the overall system efficiency and cleanliness.

If you don’t have the blower pulled out of the furnace, how will it be cleaned properly?

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