- What kind of furnace cleaning equipment do you use?
We use Caddy Vac and Heat Seal Vac truck mounted systems. Both techniques have been recognized as the most effective in the industry.
A Skipper Line System is used to deliver 250 pounds of pressure per square inch. With this pressure, all dust and dirt in the system gets pushed down to the bottom of the furnace, where it gets sucked out by a 10 inch vacuum hose connected to the truck mounted unit.
- How long does the procedure take?
It takes between 1 to 1 1/2 hours to clean an average house sized from 1200 to 1800 sq ft. If your house has special conditions, it could take more time.
- What if I have a problem after the cleaning or service?
You are protected under our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with our cleaning, call us within 24 to 48 hours and we will work to make sure you are satisfied with the cleaning.
- How often should I have my furnace cleaned/inspected?
It is recommended to clean furnace and duct system every 12-24 months — depending on: the number of people and pets living in the house; types of finishes; overall positioning of the house.
It is recommended to inspect your furnace annually to ensure safety and efficiently of your heating system.
- Can I just have my air ducts done, and not my furnace?
No, our procedure does not allow us to clean air ducts without cleaning the furnace.
- Is the sanitizer you use for your HVAC System Sanitization procedure potentially harmful to humans or animals?
No, Formula 333 is an environmentally friendly product and safe for humans and pets. It is an effective quaternary bactericide with excellent hard water tolerance. It is useful as a disinfectant, sanitizer and deodorizer, and is specifically formulated for hospitals, nursing homes, food processing plants, schools and other institutions where good housekeeping is of prime importance in controlling cross contamination.
- Is it recommended that I clean my HVAC system if I've just had a new furnace installed?
Having a new furnace installed does not remove the dirt and debris that has accumulated in the ductwork. These pollutants will continue to circulate throughout the system, causing your new furnace to over-compensate: this will reduce the lifespan and efficiency of your furnace. It also means that your indoor air quality remains poor..
- How often should I change my furnace's filter?
Furnace filters should be cleaned or replaced every 3 months. This helps to maintain a clear air flow through your HVAC system.