• Lee’s Summit Air Duct Cleaning

  • Our company uses the most advanced H.E.P.A. (High Efficiency Particular Air) Filtered Air Duct Cleaning System available. It is designed and manufactured by Nikro Industries, one of the leading manufacturers of H.E.P.A. filtered vacuum equipment in the United States. All of our equipment is manufactured to meet or exceed OSHA, EPA, and NADCA Standards for cleaning the air of nuisance dusts.

    Our powerful H.E.P.A. Filtered Vacuum System will first be connected to your air duct near your furnace. Various tool will then be used to dislodge the contaminants and debris in your air ducts. The powerful vacuum will then pull the contaminants out of the ducts and through the filtration system; returning clean air back into your home. Once your system is cleaned, all access holes are resealed, returning your duct system to original clean condition.

    The Air Duct Cleaning Process

    The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recognizes the "Source-Removal" method as the only acceptable way to properly clean and decontaminate air duct systems. Although duct cleaning is a fairly routine process, it does involve knowledge of the duct system and it's various components.

    Conventional air duct systems consist of a supply and a return. The supply ducts of an HVAC system supplies heated or cooled air from the air handier to a main "trunk" line. The main trunk line carries the air to smaller 'branch" lines which then distributes the air to various locations throughout the home. The return side works in reverse. Stale air is pulled through return registers and into the branch lines. The air is then pulled through the main trunk line to the air handier where the air is filtered. It is then reheated or cooled and redistributed throughout the home

    Filter Replacement

    Many air duct cleaners offer filter replacement to their customers replacing the inefficient fiberglass filters with a high efficiency pleated filter or an electrostatic filter. This will dramatically reduce dust build-up inside the air ducts.

    Dryer Vent Cleaning

    Dryer vent cleaning is often overlooked. By having your dryer vents cleaned, you will reduce drying time, and save on utility bills. You may also be eliminating a potential fire hazard.

    Why Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

    • Improve the quality of your indoor air.
    • 90% of your time is spent indoors. 
    • Homes are tightly sealed, not enough fresh air coming into the house.
    • Maintain a cleaner home or business, no dust blowing out of the system.
    • Do you have pets?
    • Is there someone in the home who suffers from asthma or allergies?
    • You take the time to keep your home safe and clean ... why neglect your air ducts, the lungs of your home?
    • Improve the efficiency of your heating and air conditioning.

    How Do I Know If I need My Air Ducts Cleaned?

    • Do you notice dust streaks coming from the registers?
    • Do you notice any unusual odors when the ventilation system is running?
    • Is there mold, mildew, or fungus in or around the system?
    • Do you experience any scratchiness or discomfort in your throat, nose, or eyes when you are inside your home?
    • Is there a smoker in the home?
    • Children are more likely than adults to be affected by polluted indoor air.

    Other Facts About Duct Cleaning

    • "50% OF ALL ILLNESSES ARE CAUSED BY, OR AGGRAVATED BY POLLUTED AIR."
      (AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ALLERGISTS)
    • "1 OUT OF EVERY 6 PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM ALLERGIES DO SO AS A DIRECT RESULT OF THE FUNGI AND BACTERIA IN THE AIR DUCT SYSTEMS."
      (BETTER HEALTH MAGAZINE)
    • "MOST PEOPLE SPEND 90% OF THEIR TIME INDOORS."
      (AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION)
    • "CHILDREN ARE MORE LIKELY THAN ADULTS TO BE AFFECTED BY POLLUTED INDOOR AIR."
      (DEPT. OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS)
    • "THE AVERAGE 6 ROOM HOUSE COLLECTS 40 POUNDS OF DUST EACH YEAR."
      (DISCOVER MAGAZINE)
    • "TYPICAL FIBERGLASS FURNACE FILTERS ARE LESS THAN 7% EFFICIENT."
      (ASHRAE)