AIR DUCT CLEANING
Roto Brush System

Starting at $299 using the Roto Brush System

Cleaning supply lines (up to 8), main trunk (1), return or air intake.

Anti-microbial deodorizing $149

Any additional supply lines or anything else additional would be extra

Fine print: Not all ducts or supplies eligible – to be determined by technician

Some occupants are more sensitive to contaminants than others.

Some occupants are more sensitive to contaminants than others.

THE ELDERLY TEND TO BE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE TYPES OF POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY THAT AIR DUCT CLEANING CAN HELP TO ADDRESS.

At JM Hamby, we do things the right way. Our specialty is cleaning your duck work. We devote 100% attention to detail and giving the customer the performance, they expect.
Clean air ducts are the foundation for good indoor air quality. Homeowners and business owners want to breathe clean indoor air for themselves, their guests, employees, and customers. Over several years, air ducts can also become contaminated with mold, fungi, and bacteria, as well as dust. Routine HVAC doesn't remove them. Proper removal with equipment like Rotobrush's air duct cleaning machines and systems is one way to improve indoor air quality.

Steps:

• Connecting the vacuum - Our air duct cleaning technicians first attach a high-powered vacuum to the main trunk line leading to your furnace.
• Close and seal off vents - Next, they go to each register in the house and close them. This allows the vacuum to be concentrated on each individual branch line as the technicians cleans it.
• Clean each branch line - One at a time we use a high velocity blower to blast everything back to our vacuum. We call this the "push-pull" method of air duct cleaning. This blower forces air to push all the debris down to the main trunk-lines while the vacuum is creating negative-pressure to pull all debris into the filter bags.
• Clean the main return line

Moved into a New Home?

One of the first items on your checklist when you purchase a new home is making sure that it is spotless before you move in. One area you may have forget about, is cleaning the ductwork before you move in.

If your home was recently built, the contractors might not have cleaned the air ducts once construction was completed. There's a good chance that there is plenty of buildup in the ductwork from construction. Fogging can help kill viruses and bacteria contaminates.

The air ducts in your home could be a spooky place full of air-borne contaminants. Unclean ductwork contains airborne dirt and dust, dander, and often, mildew. These types of ingredients are recognized to bring about allergic reactions in many of individuals, and may trigger all year-round allergic reactions anytime the heating system is being used.

Cleaning air ducts is not a do-it-yourself job. Even if you were inclined to do it, chances are good that you wouldn't own the right tools, such as special rotary brushes and a high-powered vacuum. You'll need to hire a professional.