Air Duct Cleaning

Unclean System
  • Pollen and other allergens

  • Dust and dust mites

  • Odor causing bacteria

  • Mold and mildew

  • Poor airflow

  • Higher heating and cooling costs

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Clean System
  • Lower operational costs

  • Faster heating and cooling

  • Better indoor air quality

  • Fewer illnesses

  • Less allergens

  • No odor inside ducts

Cleaning a floor register
Cleaning a floor register

Cleaning a floor register

Cleaning a floor vent
Cleaning a floor vent

Cleaning a floor vent

Professional air duct cleaning
Professional air duct cleaning

Professional air duct cleaning equipment

Cleaning a floor register
Cleaning a floor register

Cleaning a floor register

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Did you know that cleaning lightly soiled systems and changing the filters can result in energy savings of 11% and up to 30% for heavily soiled systems?

source: National Air Duct Cleaners Association

NWA Duct Cleaning specializes in guaranteed techniques of contact vacuuming and source removal in our air purification process. Many current vendors use the old negative air system that requires a 2' round hole to be cut in the HVAC system and can take up to 3 times longer to complete. Our system uses a vacuum and a rotating brush on a flexible system to thoroughly clean the inside of your ducts without spreading contaminates and allows us to reach and clean those hard to get areas within your ducts and HVAC system.

​During cleaning, the material collected from your ducts is safely stored in our system for removal from the home or business without any extra mess.

Air handling equipment is thoroughly washed with our dust and dirt removal machines to purge them of dirt and contaminants including all fresh air intake and return ducts, heating and cooling coils, fans, diffusers, and grilles. During cleaning, none of your settings or equipment will be changed.

In addition to complete cleaning and inspection services, NWA Duct Cleaning restores HVAC systems with: 

  • antimicrobial coatings

  • surface coatings for deteriorated fiberglass

  • coating for rusted metal surfaces

  • drain pan coating

  • insulation replacement

A common question is: How often should I have my system serviced?

The answer depends on your type of system. If your system uses floor registers they should be cleaned at least every 5 years, or less if you have pets. Wall and ceiling registers are usually suggested to be cleaned every 10 years. These numbers will also depend on other factors such as allergies or other conditions and the environment.

Air Duct Cleaning, HVAC Cleaning