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Furnace & Duct Cleaning

Our technicians will clean all vents (return and supply) regardless of number you have, pull furnace blower fan, clean blower and compartment and put it back together. In homes with high efficiency furnaces, price includes cleaning the recoup coil (secondary exchanger). For a detailed description of our process, please see our procedures guideline on “Our Process” page. Free pleated filter with service (standard sizes)

  • 0-999 square feet (1.5 – 2.0 hours) – $339.00
  • 1000-1999 square feet (2.0 – 3.0 hours) – $359.00
  • 2000-2999 square feet (2.5 – 3.0 hours) – $409.00
  • 3000-3999 square feet (3.0 – 4.0 hours) – $489.00
  • 4000 + square feet (3.5 – 4.5 hours) – $589.00
  • 5000+ square feet – Please contact for pricing

If your location has two furnaces, please see price for second furnace and duct cleaning below.

Included with our service:

  • 1 free standard size 1” pleated filter per furnace ($15 value)
  • 2 free gasketed access patches ($70 value). Please note: majority of duct cleaning jobs only require two patches, however, some systems may require more. Any additional patches are $35 each.

If duct cleaning is to be done in a crawl space, please add $150. It is necessary for us to send a certified technician (confined space training) to all sites with a crawl space in order to comply with our safety policy. Our employees’ safety is as important as our customer’s satisfaction.

Prices below are in conjunction with furnace and duct cleaning

Furnace & Duct Cleaning Services

  • *Size of Home

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    *How many furnaces do you have? (up to 2999 sq. ft.)

    Second furnace at same location.

    *How many furnaces do you have? (over 3000 sq. ft.)

    Second furnace at same location.

    *How Many additional Furnaces?

    *How Many additional Furnaces?

    Do you have Multiple Zones?

    Zone System:  A zone system controls the distribution of heating and cooling to different areas of your home.  Typically, the number of thermostats in your home matches the number of zones you have.  If you don’t know if your home has a zone system or not – Click One Zone Included.

    *Do you have a crawl space?

    Crawl Space: A crawl space is an unoccupied, unfinished, narrow space within a building, between the ground and the first (or ground) floor. The crawl space is so named because there is typically only enough room to crawl rather than stand. If your home has ducting in a crawl space – Click Yes