The Top Down Method

January 14, 2021
Duct Cleaning

At Pro Duct Solutions we put a lot of thought into our duct cleaning process. That is why we have decided to use the best-proven method of cleaning ducts. The method that is the least intrusive while still being the most effective. The push and pull method is much better than other methods, including the Rotobrush which we have found can be hard on your homes duct work. Not to mention it is difficult to get into all the duct work as the vacuum line is large. Supply lines are usually 5 inches in diameter and held together by half inch screws that penetrate well into the duct work. Our process does not damage your duct work, but it does a better job than the Rotobrush.

Duct Work Diagram

We start by making our access holes in the trunk lines for our high-powered truck mounted vacuum. We attach our vacuum line to the trunk lines and run the vacuum, starting with the returns. While this is taking place another one of our technicians is covering and cleaning all of your supply and return covers and boots in preparation for the cleaning process. The purpose of cleaning and covering the vents is to ensure we do not make a mess while we clean your ducts. If we do make a mess, we are always sure to clean it up.  We like to isolate each system to focus the vacuums pressure to where we are working. The returns are constantly pulling in air, so they are naturally more dirty than the supplies, which usually only have small objects, which have fallen down them. Once all the vents are covered we begin our cleaning process. Unlike some other companies, we do not just spray air down your vents. We methodically feed our air lines deep into your duct work to insure a proper clean is completed. After all the returns have been thoroughly cleaned, we move on to the supply side of the system and repeat the same process with a different air tool.

 Every job we do gets the same attention as the last, big, or small.

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