Guide To a Professional Duct Cleaning
At RCS we realize that people want value for their investment so that’s why we back up our promises with proven procedures that guarantee the best cleaning.
RCS follows National Air Duct Cleaners Association standards by cleaning the entire HVAC system. On this page is some of the important steps involved in having your HVAC system cleaned the right way.
Please take these steps into consideration when comparing our services to other “duct cleaners” At RCS air systems cleaning is all we do, we focus on one service and as a result of this we can offer you unparalleled quality and service.
The $49.99 hole house duct cleaning specials you see will undoubtly cost you more once the work begins. There are very few companies that do things the way RCS does. If you want your HVAC system REALLY CLEAN then its up to you to do your research and contact us.
RCS only uses skilled and highly trained employees NO sub-contractors! We never use bait and switch advertizing, the price we quote you is THE price to have it done correctly! We feel that too many companies these days do not take accountability for their work we are proud to guarantee our services. Call or Contact us today for your free quote or to get any questions answered.
Listed below is some but not necessarily all the steps taken on a residential duct cleaning
1. Arrival, Customer Briefing and Setup
We arrive at your home with our POWERFUL VACUUM TRUCK. This is the most efficient way of removing large debris from your duct system. We will need setup space in your driveway.
Technicians will perform a walk through with you to address any questions or concerns. After that is complete they will protect your floors with drop cloths and continue the setup.
The vacuum hoses will stretch from our truck into your home to where your furnace is located.All dirt and debris taken from your duct system will be whisked outside to our truck where it is stored and taken with us.
2. Removal of Vent Covers
Technicians will remove your supply and cold air return registers for cleaning.
Washing and sanitizing will normally take place outside (weather permitting).
3. Create Access Openings
Technicians will create an 8″ access hole in your supply main line and in your return main line for the vacuum hose to attach. Each access will be covered with a leak proof patch after the duct cleaning is complete. Creating access openings is a necessary step for source removal duct cleaning.
4. Disassemble Furnace for Cleaning
Technician Will remove your furnace fan for cleaning and sanitizing. The fan and fan compartment will be cleaned. This is a very important step in cleaning THE ENTIRE SYSTEM not just the ducts.
Cleaning of the fan components is necessary to eliminate air bourne particulate
5. Air Conditioning Coils
Cleaning of the air conditioning coils may help lower your energy costs as a dirty coil can restrict your airflow and make your system work harder.
The coils and coil drain pan are an ideal breeding place for mold and bacteria, having this area cleaned is an important step in having the ENTIRE SYSTEM cleaned.