Air Filter Replacement

If you don’t think that changing your filter is important, here are a few reasons why you should change the filter to your HVAC system.

​The U.S. Department of Energy says that replacing a dirty filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5 to 10 percent. Not only will it save you money on your energy bills, but it also can save you money on your heating and cooling system.

 A dirty filter will restrict your air flow, causing your system to work harder. This will cause wear and can create issues that possibly require repairs.

 Also continuous wear on your system will lower the lifespan of your system. So do yourself and your heating and air system a favor, don’t forget to change the filters! 


Vent Cleaning

Vent Cleaning

You’ve been keeping every surface in the room clean and sanitized. But what about the surfaces you can’t reach?

Air circulating through the home should come out clean and fresh, but often dust, allergens and toxic debris have settled into the ducting systems and need to be removed through a thorough cleaning.

​Cleaner air means greater comfort and improved health, especially if there has been an overgrowth of mold, obnoxious odors, or other irritating contaminants. Those suffering from allergies often find relief, and anyone with sensitivities to dust will thank you. Clearing the ducts and air passages throughout the home takes careful diligence and skilled precision, but the results are priceless and the lasting benefits cannot be ignored.

Furnace Cleaning

Air flows more efficiently through a clean furnace system, and may also help people with allergies.

The furnace system is a vital element in any home. Hidden away out of sight, it is easy to overlook. But regular maintenance and cleanings will help assure many continued years of service and dependability.

​During a cleaning, dust, mold, pollen and other pollutants are removed from the furnace and duct systems, creating a cleaner, healthier environment for everyone.

​Moreover, a clean furnace operates more efficiently than a neglected one, reducing energy costs and having a positive impact on the monthly utility bills.



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Over time, cold air return collect dust and dirt.

Cleaning these intake vents not only removes any dust bunnies and cobwebs that have collected, but it also reduces the amount of debris that will collect on the vents’ slats.

Dust and grime tend to only collect more dust and grime.

Duct Repair

If you suddenly realize that your heating and cooling costs are beginning to be unusually high, that could mean that you are in need of air duct repair. The main thing that generally causes this is a hole in the air duct that allows for a loss of energy.

In order to save yourself some money, check to see if there is easy access to ducts. If there is, then you can fix this problem yourself without calling in a professional to do the work. 


Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Lack of maintenance is the leading cause of dryer fires, and lint is the leading material to ignite. Dryer fires can be caused by insufficient airflow and lint build-up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. We remove all the debris and clean the air duct and vent walls, leaving nothing behind. 

Call us for dryer vent cleanings to increase your dryer’s efficiency and reduce the risk of a fire.

Crawl Space Inspection

Check for mud tubes on structural wood. If you find tubes, break them open to see if termites are active. Scrape away old tubes so that you can check later for new activity at some later date. Check structural wood on the foundation for signs of decay or termite activity. Wood located opposite earth-filled porches is often vulnerable to moisture problems, which can lead to attack by wood-decaying fungi, termites and carpenter ants.

Probe or “sound” wood by taping it with a screwdriver, knife or ice pick to check for hidden termite activity or damage. Basement walls should be checked for signs of termite tubes. Look for cracks in basement walls that can lead to termite and other other problems.


​Mold or water stains on wood, particularly near water lines may indicate a leak that needs repair. Mold and mildew growing on the wood surfaces do not cause wood decay, but they are a good indicator of excess moisture, which is a condition conducive to termite activity.

Clothes dryer ducts should vent to the exterior of the house. A disconnected or damaged duct will vent warm moist air into the crawlspace, creating conditions conducive to termites. Check periodically to make sure that your dryer duct has not come loose. Fallen insulation may lead to moisture problems and the paper backing on insulation laying on the ground can be attacked by termites. Rehang or replace fallen insulation. Also, make sure that your insulation is installed properly. In most cases, if there is a vapor barrier (the paper side) on the insulation, it should face your living space (i.e, towards your subfloor).

​Remember: termites can eat practically anything made of cellulose. Do not leave cardboard boxes and wood debris in the crawlspace. Whenever possible, avoid using your crawlspace for storage.

Attic Cleaning Package ($0.75-$1.25 per sqft)

The package includes the following:

* Feces Removal

* Microbial Disinfectant

* Deodorizing Application

*BioHazard Waste Disposal

​The package includes a duct cleaning gold package as a gift.

Gift value $399

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The package includes the following:

* Remove The Old Vapor Barrier

*Install A New Vapor Barrier

* Removing Debris

* Rotting Material

* Sealing

*Crawl Space Repairs

* Duct Repairs

The package includes a duct cleaning gold package as a gift.

Gift value $399

Crawl Space Cleaning Package ($0.75-$1.25 per sqft)

The package includes the following:

* Removing Debris

* Rotting Material

* Sealing

*Crawl Space Repairs

* Duct Repairs

The package includes a duct cleaning gold package as a gift.

Gift value $399

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The package includes the following:

*Install A New Insulation

* Removing Debris

* Removing The Old Insulation

*Crawl Space Repairs

* Duct Repairs

The package includes a duct cleaning gold package as a gift

Gift value $399

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Step 1 – Find the Holes

Check to see where the hole or holes might be located. You can do this by turning your thermostat to ‘On’ and not ‘Auto.’ Once you have done this you can examine the ducts in order to find where they are leaking. After you have found the leak turn off the thermostat.

Step 2 – Fix the Flex Duct

If you find that the flex duct is loose and has fallen off, you will need to remove the previous Panduit strip. Now pull the outer layer and insulation back about 8 to 12 inches and fit the inner layer into what is called the boot connection. Secure it with duct tape and secure inner layer with a new Panduit strip. Put the outer layer back on and secure with another new Panduit strip.

Step 3 – Fix a Rip

Should the flex be ripped, the first thing you should do is to clean the ripped flex very good so that there is no problem with creating a seal. Hold the ripped part together and secure them with some duct tape. After you have done that you will take some of the mesh you have and place it on the rib. Then you will take the paint brush and paint the mastic sealant over the mesh. Put plenty on the area. Allow it to dry for at least 10 minutes. If you find that the rip will not hold, try stapling it together.

Step 4 – Test the Duct

You should wait a few minutes after the sealant has dried before you test the duct. Once you are ready to test it turn the thermostat back on. If you feel no air coming through where the mend is, you have fixed your problem.

Step 5 – Seal the Heat Duct

Sealing a heat duct is a little different since you will need to use caulk and a caulking gun. Where you find the leak you will use the caulk to seal up the area that is leaking. Using a putty knife you will cover all the seams and joints that need to be sealed. When you can’t reach a certain area you should try to use foil tape and acrylic adhesive. This will hold better than duct tape. Make sure to check the caulking tube to see how long it takes to dry before turning the unit back on.

​Of course if none of this works you may have to actually replace the ducting. Either way, doing it yourself will save you a ton of money.

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Why Choose Us?

When you hire us, you can rest assured that you get quality air duct cleaning service along with top-notch customer service. We strive to keep your family healthy and happy.


We are one of the very few air duct cleaning companies in Seattle that focuses on eco-friendly sanitation. That means no harmful or harsh chemicals that do more damage than good.


Our team is highly trained and certified. We know how to perform all types of air duct cleaning jobs. We also ensure that each job is done correctly the first time around.


Our prices are fair and affordable. We understand that not everyone can afford expensive air duct cleaning bills every month. We make sure that we charge reasonable rates without compromising on quality.


We use only high-quality products and air duct cleaning equipment. We know how to safely clean your air ducts without causing any harm to your property.


We’ve got experience working with all types of HVAC systems, including heat pumps, furnaces, air conditioning, and more.


Our air duct cleaning process involves a thorough inspection of your ducts before cleaning them using state-of-the-art technology.


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Air Duct Cleaning FAQs

How long does it take for vents to be cleaned?

The time it takes depends on the number of vents and the size of your home. For large homes, it can take anywhere between 2 to 4 hours. Smaller houses may only require 1 hour.

What should I expect during the cleaning process?

You shouldn’t notice anything different while we work. However, if you have pets or children, you might hear some noise. If you need to leave the house, we ask that you please give us at least 24 hours' notice.

Why fall is the best time for air duct cleaning?

Cleaning your home's air ducts in the fall will help you prepare your system for use throughout the winter. The result is that you will save more money on your electricity bill due to increased energy efficiency.

How often does ductwork need to be cleaned?

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) advises that you clean your air duct every 3 to 5 years. However, cleaning may be required more frequently if your home is prone to dust and pollutants.

Can I clean my air ducts myself?

Cleaning your air ducts is not a typical DIY project. You will need specialized tools such as rotary brushes and powerful vacuum cleaners. In short, it is a job better left to the experts.

Can dirty air vents make you sick?

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) advises that you clean your air duct every 3 to 5 years. However, cleaning may be required more frequently if your home is prone to dust and pollutants.

What are the benefits of air duct cleaning?

Some of the benefits of air duct cleaning include:

  • Cleaner quality air inside your home.
  • Savings on energy costs and improved energy efficiency.
  • Healthy environment.

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