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Duct Cleaning ProcessA high-powered vacuum is attached to the air system to collect dust and debris (it is the equivalent of 100 household vacuums).

High-pressure compressed air and special nozzles dislodge light dust at the registers throughout the house and blow it towards the vacuum.

The effect is a wind tunnel that rips the debris out of the register cavity. The resulting debris is then moved from the base of the ductwork to the vacuum.

The holes in the ductwork are sealed tightly with plastic gasket caps.

Finally, an EPA registered disinfectant is applied to eliminate mold and mildew.

 
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