Premier 8 Step Residential Air Duct System Cleaning

Texas HVAC Contractors License No. TACLA1419SE

We DO NOT believe in cutting corners or taking shortcuts when it comes to providing you the highest level of quality service you deserve! We invest in having the proper equipment and the people necessary to achieve our commitment to you. Improper maintenance of the HVAC system, including the duct system, can lead to an accumulation of dirt, dust, and moisture which can restrict air flow and jeopardize the quality of the indoor air. To guarantee results we must clean the entire air duct system from the point air enters through the evaporative cooler or the return of the furnace or refrigerated air conditioner.



1. Protect Home & Office with clean drop on the floors and furniture.

Performance Leaders are your primary on field leaders. They take charge of your team in practice and competitive settings to focus people. Captains provide the strong vocal leadership necessary to help your team perform to its potential during practices.

2. Place system under suction with our huge power vacuums.

This method involves the use of a portable vacuum with High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtration. There is direct contact between the brush head and the interior of duct surfaces to dislodge and remove dirt and debris.

3. Open cooler or air conditioner and clean all interior surfaces.

This method involves the use of pneumatically or electrically powered rotation bristle brushes to loosen dirt and debris which are drawn downstream into a vacuum collector. Care should be taken not to damage the duct walls or insulation surfaces. Only flexible bristle brushes should be used.

4. Power brush all interior surfaces of duct and then blow debris toward vacuums.

This method involves the use of pneumatically or electrically powered rotation bristle brushes to loosen dirt and debris which are drawn downstream into a vacuum collector. Care should be taken not to damage the duct walls or insulation surfaces. Only flexible bristle brushes should be used.

5. Power brush all surfaces in attic or floors then blow debris toward vacuums.

This method involves the use of pneumatically or electrically powered rotation bristle brushes to loosen dirt and debris which are drawn downstream into a vacuum collector. Care should be taken not to damage the duct walls or insulation surfaces.

6. Disassemble furnace blower and clean interior surfaces.

We start by cleaning and changing your furnace filter if needed, to reduce dust and other airborne particles inside your home. We take the same precautions as not to damage anything.

7.Clean return chamber under furnace, remove insulation and remove, clean an reinstall all registers and returns grills.

8. Remove drops sweep and vacuum floors to complete your Air Duct Cleaning.