Duct Cleaning – RotoBrush Method
Price $249.95 Special $189.00
- Step 1. – Our technicians first attach a high powered vacuum to the main trunk line leading to your furnace.
- Step 2. – Next, they go to each branch line and use a tool called an air-wand. The air-wand uses highly compressed air to push all the debris down to the main trunk-lines where the vacuum hose is creating negative-pressure to draw all debris to our van mounted equipment.
- Step 3. – Once they have completed the initial air sweep, an item called a Rotary-Brush with a reverse nozzle will be used. It will be inserted into the trunk line where the brush will rotate inside the air ducts. This rotating brush “scrubs” the walls clean, removing anything that is stuck on, or otherwise attached to the walls of the air ducts. Once the ductwork has been scrubbed clean, they continue on to Step 4 using compressed air to pull the dust and debris that was removed from the side walls of the trunk lines and any other debris which might have been knocked loose with the rotary brush, back out to the vacuum using Step 2 mentioned above.
- Step 4. – When the technicians have completed the initial air sweep and “RotoBrushing” the walls of the duct work, they will go to the bottom of the furnace with a 25-ft rotary air-wand, also known as an air-snake, with a reverse nozzle. This creates a tornado effect in the duct work, removing all residue from the sides of the air ducts. This will pull any remaining dust and debris back to the vacuum. The vacuum is “pulling” while the air-wand is “pushing” and it does a very effective job on light dust, dirt and debris.
If it has been a while since your air ducts were cleaned, you should definitely consider using the Rotary Brush Method. Unlike many of our competitors, we brush all your air vents and we clean all return lines and supply lines within your household.
260 Clarence St
St Paul, MN 55106