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Ductwise Duct Cleaning Inc.

2 King W Unit 405 , Millbrook, Ontario , LoA 1G0  -   Map


Duct Cleaning


Your ducts are breeding grounds for rodents, dust mites, mould and other nasal irritants that can lead to allergies and other respiratory conditions. The truth is (for the most part) if your ducts breathe it, you breathe it. With brand new state-of-the art equipment, Ductwise will leave the interior surfaces of your home, commercial or industrial space bright and shiny, for your the wellbeing of your family or employees. Make Ductwise a necessary part of your home or company's maintenance plan. Your lungs will thank you for it. WHAT TO EXPECT: WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT • Protect carpet and furnishings during cleaning. (We bring our own slippers). • Use well-controlled brushing of duct surfaces in conjunction with contact vacuum cleaning to dislodge dust and other particles. • Use only soft-bristled brushes for fiberglass duct board and sheet metal ducts internally lined with fiberglass. (Although flex duct can also be cleaned using soft-bristled brushes, it can be more economical to simply replace accessible flex duct.) • Take care to protect the duct work, including sealing and re-insulating any access holes the service provider may have made or used so they are airtight. • Follow NADCA's standards for air duct cleaning and NAIMA's recommended practice for ducts containing fiber glass lining or constructed of fiber glass duct board. • All portions of the system should be visibly clean; you should not be able to detect any debris with the naked eye. 4-Step Process 1) The process begins with the connection of a large vacuum hose (8 inch diameter) into the return section of the duct work. 2) The entire ventilation system is then sealed, covering all supply and return grills to allow for a powerful and concentrated suction. 3) High pressure air (250 psi) is then forced through each and every return vent and continues until all return main duct trunk lines are properly cleaned. We use a wide array of air cleaning tools, such as air whips, brushes, reverse and forward air flow jesters (air snake) to loosen or break up all caked on dirt, dust and debris from the interior surfaces of all duct lines. This process is then repeated through the supply section of the ventilation system and continued until all supply vents and main duct trunk lines are properly cleaned . 4) All access panels and 1”holes are sealed air tight upon completion of the cleaning, and the system is returned to its original settings.

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