MSNBC’s Chris Hansen uses hidden cameras to catch scammers in the action. NADCA helps them uncover unscrupulous companies using “bait and switch” tactics that are giving reputable air duct cleaning businesses across the United States a bad name!

Chris Hansen Files, Part 1

Chris Hansen Files, Part 2

Our Process For Cleaning Air Ducts

We use a method called Source Removal, which is the only method recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that fulfills all requirements to clean your air duct system.

We clean all ductwork by inserting a vacuum hose to one end of the duct trunk line.

Using the High Velocity Air Sweeper, we will then brush all the interior surface areas of the duct unit.

As the Air Sweeper is operating, all foreign materials such as mold, soot, lint, hair, bacteria, and other air movement residues are removed from the area.

Finally, the entire duct is fogged with an EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] approved sanitizer.

Reasons To Clean Your Air Ducts

Do you realize that the inside of your home could be polluted? Filthy air ducts are harmful to the quality of the air you breathe inside your home.

Indoor air can be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air. Now consider that most people spend between 60% to 90% of their time indoors!

So it makes perfect sense to clean the source of our indoor air quality problems… your air ducts! 

If wanting to breath clean air isn’t enough, here are a few other reasons to get your air duct cleaned professionally:

  • Does anyone in your house have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems?
  • Does anyone in you family suffer from headaches, nasal congestion, or sinus problems?
  • Is there a smoker in the house?
  • Do you have pets that live in the house?
  • Is there a musty or stale odor when the air conditioner or heater runs?
  • Does it seem that there is not enough airflow coming from your vents?
Air Duct Prior To Cleaning
Air Duct After Cleaning