​​AIR DUCT CLEANING


​​Vent Pro uses the proper techniques with state of the art equipment to ensure your air duct system is cleaned efficiently and thoroughly.  We use two methods depending on the size and design of the home.  This includes either direct contact method or negative air method.


These are the steps we use to properly clean your system:


Step 1:  Clean the furnace/air conditioner 

-After testing the system for proper operation, we will disconnect the power for safety.

-Vacuum the interior surfaces of the furnace/air conditioner

-Clean the cooling coils with a HEPA vacuum and a coil cleaner solution

-Clean the blower unit


Step 2:  Clean the supply and return registers and grills

-Remove wall, ceiling and floor registers

-Wash register with cleaner and rinse


Step 3:  Clean the supply and return ducts using powerful duct cleaning equipment (direct contact or negative air method)


Step 4:  (Optional services)

-Install electrostatic air filter and odor control products

-Decontaminate cleaned ducts with sealant, deodorizer, or sanitizer.

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Residential services

DRYER VENT CLEANING


There is a hidden fire hazard in every home...it's the dryer vent.  Over time the dryer vent fills with the lint that gets by the dryer's lint trap.  If you answer YES to any of these questions, you need your dryer vent cleaned immediately:


1) Does it take more that one cycle to dry your clothes?

2) Is the dryer vent hood flapper able to open on the outside of the home?

3) Are the clothes coming out of the dryer hotter than normal?


Our comprehensive lint and debris-removing system includes the Vent-Vac, one of the most powerful vacuums in the industry today.  We combine this machine with the Cobra II, a powerful rotating brush that enables us to remove almost any type of blockage including bird's nests from your dryer's duct and vent system.


Also, our technicians will inspect your system for any disconnected or damaged vents.  We can also tell if your venting system is up to your manufacturer's recommended specs.