- No hidden fees - no need to count vents! -
- No hidden fees - no need to count vents! -
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) - $279.00
• 1000-1999 square feet (2.0 - 3.0 hours) - $299.00
• 2000-2999 square feet (2.5 - 3.0 hours) - $349.00
• 3000-3999 square feet (3.0 - 4.0 hours) - $429.00
• 4000 + square feet (3.5 - 4.5 hours) - $529.00
• 5000+ square feet - Please contact for pricing
If duct cleaning is to be done in 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
The air conditioning coil (evaporator coil) is located inside the plenum or a main duct near the furnace. The air passes through this coil even when you air conditioning is not in use. Therefore, if you have air conditioning, we highly recommend having it cleaned in conjunction with your furnace and duct cleaning to prevent future issues or blockages.
We offer two types of cleaning methods in accordance with NADCA standards.
Type 1 (Dry Cleaning) - $79.00
Type 1 methods of coil cleaning can be used for removing loose dust, dirt or debris collected upon coil surfaces. Negative air machines will be operated continuously during Type 1 coil cleaning process. The coil will be isolated from the duct system during the cleaning process to ensure disrupted particulate does not migrate to, or redeposit on, unintended areas. Physical removal of debris may be accomplished through a variety of methods which may include:
- HEPA-filtered contact vacuuming
- Brushes for penetrating between coil fins
- Compressed air
- Fin straightening tools
An inspection will be performed after Type 1 coil cleaning has been completed. If debris remains on the coil or the coil is impacted, Type 2 cleaning should be performed.
Type 2 Coil Cleaning (Wet Cleaning) - $138.00
Type 2 cleaning methods are appropriate for
removing adhered debris on all coil, drain pan and drain line surfaces. Type 2 cleaning should be performed after non-adhered substance has been removed using Type 1 methods. Type 2 cleaning may include the following methods:
- All methods under Type 1
- Application of coil cleaning products (which shall be used in accordance with the manufacturer’s product labeling)
- Water washing at normal water line pressure
- Pressure washing equipment
- Hot water or steam cleaning equipment
Moisture and heat in the ductwork can create an ideal breeding ground for mold and bacteria, which can and often do accumulate here. Sometimes this mold and mildew can cause an unpleasant odor.
Our technician would apply a solution at the end of the cleaning process, using a fogging machine that disperses a powerful mist throughout the duct system. Once done, the system is turned on, to allow the product to be circulated throughout all ducts and vents.
We offer three types of fogging:
- Odor control
With its special formulation, the odor eliminator we use doesn't just mask odors, like scented sprays and perfumes, it infiltrates and neutralizes odors at the source. The odor eliminator contains an encapsulation control agent that controls odors by both encapsulating and breaking down odor molecules, while time releasing a fresh fragrance.
- Mold control
We use an innovative, market leading product that effectively eliminates existing mold, prevents mold re-growth and eliminates musty odors with no harmful chemicals.
The mold control effectively eliminates and prevents mold with no bleach, ammonia or VOCs. This formula works as it dries by crushing the mold spores at the roots and leaving behind an invisible antimicrobial barrier to prevent future mold growth.
- Soot encapsulant (typically for use after a fire/smoke/soot damage)
This product forms a clear, encapsulating film to contain particulates and dust.
It helps to improve indoor air quality, particularly in structures affected by fire or smoke damage, including heavy cigarette smoke, "puff backs" and furnace malfunctions. This product creates a long-lasting barrier that helps prevent the release of particulates, which can irritate breathing and carry strong odors. When offensive particulate matter is encapsulated and sealed away, overall air quality and occupant comfort are improved.
This product’s long-lasting barrier helps prevent the release of particulates, thereby helping to improve indoor air quality and occupant comfort after restoration.
Our technicians will pull the filters out, clean filters (washable), clean cabinet, blowers, wipe down and put it back together.
The purpose of an HRV is to increase the indoor air quality of your home, and when the system is not cleaned, debris is transferred into the air that is entering your home.
Our technicians will empty the canister, blow out the blower and bags, reassemble and wipe the unit down, clean all vacuum lines and canister
A digital inspection camera is attached to a push rod to enable the camera to access most parts of the duct work. With these HVAC cameras, small, normally inaccessible places in duct work can now be remotely visually inspected for various reasons.
Additional Camera Inspection per run $10.00 ea
Travel charges may apply for out of town appointments. Please contact us for information/pricing.
*ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO GST
Commercial and industrial rates differ. Please contact us for a quote.