River City Furnace offers first class Duct cleaning services
1. One of our Technicians will inspect your furnace to ensure that it is working properly. If any abnormalities are discovered, the technician will be sure to inform the customer.
2. The vacuum hose is securely installed into the trunk line to create negative pressure on the whole ducting system.
3. The air line is set up from the furthest duct, leading to the air compressor in the truck.
4. The vacuum and air compressor are turned on.
5. All registers are air washed with 180-200 psi of air pressure. As a result, all contamination inside the heat run and cold air returns will be pushed and blasted down to the supply trunk line. Although the force of the vacuum and air pressure is tremendous, it will not harm or alter your duct work.
6. After all the registers, cold air returns and heat runs have been blown out, we proceed to rigorously clean the supply trunk line with a wide array of pneumatic tools to agitate all four walls of the interior trunk line. We also use blow back tools that we can shoot into the ductwork to pull debris and contamination back to the installed vacuum to remove it from the system.
7. We begin to clean the furnace by cleaning hot and cold plenums as well as the blower. Air is blasted to dislodge all dust and debris within the furnace and fan compartment, with the vacuum continuously running.
8. If air conditioning coil is present, the technician will gently air wash the outside and inside of the evaporative coil fins to dislodge the common dust mat. Matted coils are a haven for nasty microbials and can also cause your air conditioning to run less efficiently. The condensate drain pan and drain is also air washed.
9. The air handler will be turned on and the technician will make sure that the air handler is cycling properly.
10. Any messes that are made around the registers are vacuumed and cleaned up.