Area Inspection and Preparation
A crew of two to four certified technicians will arrive on the job site as scheduled.
Our certified technicians will use commercial grade equipment
To protect the building’s floor, our technicians will layer drop sheets where necessary and cover work terminals.
The building staff should not be in the direct work area when our technicians complete duct cleaning. This maximizes occupant safety and prevents interruptions during the cleaning process.
Our technicians will begin our work from the mechanical room or specified area.
This is what your building’s duct system looks like BEFORE cleaning.
Our technicians locate and cut access points on supply/return lines.
Our 20,000 CFM vacuum is attached to the building’s main supply and return lines.
Air pressure of 300 PSI will be used to clean all diffusers and return grills.
This will be followed by wiping and disinfecting the fuser.
All main duct lines are cleaned with a semi-robotic brush and bouncing ball which cleans the inner walls of the duct system. This is repeated 2-5 times as necessary to lose and agitate dirt and debris toward the vacuum.
Main lines located in the basement are then cleaned with our retractable snake jet system (with air pressure of 300 PSI).
This tool will clean the hard to reach places, including the corners within the line and bring all the loose dirt towards the vacuum working as an air-rake.
All one-inch access points are closed by installing black plugs. Eight-inch access holes are covered using stainless sheet metal plate, sealed with aluminium tape.
This is what your building’s duct system looks like AFTER cleaning.
The work area is cleaned and all equipment is wrapped up.
The lead technicians review the entire work process with client’s staff.
We will give you a report on our progress to the main business occupant. We appreciate your business and will do what it takes to deliver the best service possible.