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When to Clean Your Furnace and Ducts

Most people choose to clean their furnace and ducts as a personal decision and as part of their house cleaning schedule such as window washing, carpet cleaning, or other specialty cleanings services. There are some HVAC manufacturers that may recommend proper duct and furnace maintenance, which can include furnace and duct cleaning.

Sometimes Furnace and Duct cleaning can be a necessity such as when:

  • Ducts are clogged with excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers.

  • Mold growth is suspected

  • Dead insects or animals in the ductwork are suspected

  • Sometimes however the answer can be visible such as a dirty or clogged vent

What is duct cleaning?
Duct cleaning is the remediation of particulates from an HVAC system. Including supply, return, and exhaust vents and/or ductwork.

How much does it cost to have your air ducts cleaned?
$30 off residential duct cleaning for $199 for

  • Full System Cleaning

  • No Extra for Mid/High Efficiency

  • Unlimited Air Vents

  • 1 Furnace Included

  • General System Check

  • BENEFECT sanitizer and disinfectant

Can I clean my air ducts myself?
You could technically try, but you will need professional equipment that will reach the very deepest corners of your ductwork, cover the duct surface and remove most particulates while guaranteeing your safety and the safety of others.

We do not recommend attempting to clean your own ductwork as this can pose serious bodily injury, create a hazardous situation and/or interfere or shut down the operation of your HVAC system.

Furnance Cleaning

Furnace cleaning refers to the process of removing dirt, dust, and other debris from the various components of a furnace, including the blower, filters, and ductwork. Regular furnace cleaning is important to maintain optimal performance and efficiency, as well as to ensure the safety and reliability of the furnace.

During a furnace cleaning service, a professional technician will typically perform a variety of tasks, including:

  • Inspecting the furnace to check for any signs of wear or damage

  • Removing and cleaning the furnace filters

  • Cleaning the furnace blower and motor

  • Inspecting and cleaning the furnace burners and heat exchanger

  • Cleaning the ductwork and vents

  • Lubricating moving parts as needed

  • Testing the furnace to ensure proper operation

By having your furnace cleaned regularly, you can help extend the life of your furnace, improve its energy efficiency, and prevent breakdowns or malfunctions. Additionally, regular furnace cleaning can improve the indoor air quality of your home by removing dust, dirt, and other allergens from the air. It’s recommended to have your furnace cleaned annually or as recommended by the manufacturer or your HVAC technician.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer vent cleaning refers to the process of removing lint, debris, and other materials from the exhaust vent of a clothes dryer. Regular dryer vent cleaning is important to ensure the safe and efficient operation of your dryer and to prevent potential fire hazards.

Some signs your dryer vent needs a cleaning:

  • Clothes take longer to dry — You know how long it should take for your dryer to do its job. If it’s taking way longer, that’s a prime sign of a clogged dryer vent.

  • Burning smell — A burning smell never signals anything good, does it? If you catch a whiff of something burning while your dryer is running, that might be a clue your vent is blocked.

  • You notice debris outside the dryer vent — The dryer vent is meant to expel air to the outside, not debris. If you see lint and laundry debris around your vent, that’s an indication your dryer vent is so clogged that it’s spewing lint — clean that out ASAP!

  • Dryer is hot to the touch — If your dryer becomes hot to the touch, don’t ignore it. You might be feeling the first warning sign of a big problem.

  • You don’t remember the last time you cleaned it — To prevent dryer vent fires, you should clean your system every year. If you know you didn’t do it this year and can’t remember the last time you did, that’s a sign it needs some attention.

Over time, lint and debris can build up in the dryer vent, reducing the airflow and causing the dryer to work harder than necessary. This can lead to increased energy consumption, longer drying times, and potentially dangerous situations such a