Air Duct Cleaning

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Air Ducts Cleaning is essential. And here is why:

Removes dust, mold and bacteria
Over time, various impurities accumulate in the ducts. Such as mold, fungi, bacteria and tiny particles of dust that can get into the lungs and adversely affect the health of you and your family. Getting Air Ducts cleaned helps to lower down the level of the indoor contaminants.
Maximizes efficiency

Duct cleaning helps reduce your utility bills by eliminating clogs that decrease the AC's or furnace's energy efficiency.
Reduces energy bills

When your air ducts are clean so as the indoor air you won't need to spend extra future funds to recover from any respiratory issues or pay extra due to blockages in the air supply and return system.
The NADCA suggests that vents and ducts should be cleaned once every three to five years. However, there are other factors too that may influence how frequently your ducts need a cleaning, including what the homeowner prefers.

It should be noted that in the industrial districts the necessity of air duct cleaning is significantly higher.

Before the service

When choosing a contractor, please pay particular attention to the quality of customer service, starting with a phone call. The customer support service should communicate respectfully with the client, informing and advising him on the technical process of the service, providing the service cost based on your requirements.

A good Air Cleaning Company contractor has proper certification (NADCA, BPI), review rates that are easy to check out online and is a local pro for your area.

At Green Ductors we, above all mentioned foregoing, provide a 6-month warranty to our new clients.

Air Duct System Cleaning is performed in 3 steps

How Green Ductors' technicians provide cleaning service step by step
Green Ductor's technician connects the portable HEPA filtrated negative pressure machine (Turbojet SuperMax) to the main ducts or trunks, creating a vacuum effect inside the ductwork.
The technician opens supply and return vents, vacuums them (HEPA filtrated RIDGID® Model 1610RV), then uses snake rotor brushes connected to a power drill or to Cobra 6 Brush system. This helps to extract ductwork interior surface contaminants.

The contaminants are sucked in by the negative pressure to the main vacuum, where due to HEPA filtration system dangerous particles can't escape back into the air.

The technician also cleans the grilles using a vacuum (HEPA filtrated RIDGID® Model 1610RV) and soft hand brushes, air washing with fogger (Flex‑A‑Lite 2600 ULV) if needed, then putting them back in their places.

The whole cleaning method is called "push-and-pull", approved by NADCA as one of the most efficient.
The technician applies the green botanical disinfectant (Benefect Botanical Disinfectant or Contec Sporicidin Disinfectant against mold) using a fogger (Flex‑A‑Lite 2600 ULV) to get rid of all the germs, bacteria, mold, mildew, anything that might be even potentially harmful to your health causing respiratory problems, e.g. asthma and allergies.
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NYC and NJ local pros
Professional Air Duct Cleaners work
7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm.

We will help you book the best time, so you won't need to find an excuse to take a day-off. We care about your convenience and comfort.
Only certified technicians

Why should I choose a NADCA member to have my air ducts cleaned?

NADCA members have signed a Code of Ethics stating they will do everything possible to protect the consumer and follow ACR, the NADCA Standard, for cleaning to the best of their ability. Find a NADCA professional near you.

To be NADCA certified air duct cleaning companies must meet strict requirements. Passing the exam demonstrates extensive knowledge in HVAC design and cleaning methodologies.
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