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duct cleaning and decontamination

Duct Cleaning & Decontamination

The ductwork in your home is responsible for circulating air within your home and, as a result, can accumulate a great deal of debris. Disaster Blaster recommends that you inspect your ductwork every five years. If you have pets or occupants with asthma or allergies, the ductwork should be inspected more often.


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Ductwork cleaning should be performed by a professional properly trained and with the proper equipment to effectively clean all areas of your ductwork. Disaster Blaster's technicians are properly trained and will use Negative Air Containment to make sure that the living areas of your building are not further contaminated during the duct cleaning process.

Why should I have my Air Ductwork cleaned?

Your home's HVAC system over time collects contaminants such as Mold, bacteria, dust, and other particles. As your HVAC system can recirculate these contaminants throughout your home, having your air ducts cleaned can significantly improve indoor air quality.

What are some of the factors that may require more frequent cleaning?

You just moved in and don't know when the ductwork was last cleaned

Damage to the HVAC System has occurred

Mold Contamination in your home

Fire or Smoke Damage in your home

You have pets that shed

Yourself or a family member suffers from indoor allergies or asthma

After indoor renovations or remodeling

How do you clean the HVAC System?

Our technicians will connect a specialized Hepa Vacuum to the trunk line of your HVAC System, putting your system under suction. We then access each register with a wand attachment to perform the actual cleaning and apply any antimicrobial or deodorization attachments that you have selected. This allows any dust or debris that is in the system to be dislodged and collected in our HEPA Vacuum, removing it from your home.

Will Air Ductwork cleaning reduce system maintenance costs?

Yes, Clean HVAC Systems operate more efficiently, are less likely to break down, and have a longer life span than dirty systems.