Air Duct Replacement
Customer Issue: Mrs. Henry’s home had recently gotten work done, and in the process, her air ducts had gotten damaged with bad breaks and holes.
Our Solution: Our experts examined Mrs. Henry’s air ducts to assess the extent of the damage, and determined that replacing it would be the best choice. We removed the damaged ductwork from the system and put in a new duct in its place. Our technicians connected it securely to the metal vent box and sealed it to confirm easy airflow.
Air Duct Cleaning
Customer Issue: A convenience store with a stuffy interior can always benefit from cleaner air ducts.
Our Solution: The length of the air ducts made for a prolonged operation, but the relative lack of sharp curves kept it simple. Our air hoses with powered brush, whip, and mop heads cleaned out the inside of every duct, using the vents and HVAC junction as access points.
Customer Issue: Mr. Faulk’s HVAC system worked less and less effectively and he began to smell dust coming from the vents.
Our Solution: Opening this HVAC unit up revealed a lot of accumulated dirt, and considerable motor stress. In addition to replacing the filter, our project included power washing the motor components and HVAC shell interior, and doing a bit of duct cleaning as well with the customer’s agreement.
Attic Insulation Replacement
Customer Issue: Mr. Pickett needed some attic insulation replaced after a recent storm.
Our Solution: Our team arrived on the scheduled appointment day and removed the damaged insulation from the customer’s attic. We cleaned and swept the area and dried it before replacing the insulation with the proper R-grade product. He was very pleased with the results and the price we charged.
Commercial Duct Cleaning
Customer Issue: Annual commercial duct cleaning.
Our Solution: We made sure all the computers and other sensitive equipment was properly covered, then, using a specialized commercial duct vacuum cleaner we accessed the ductwork' interior sections through the vents and cleaned, air washed and power brushed the inside surfaces.
Customer Issue: Wanted to have the vents cleaned.
Our Solution: We disconnected the power to the HVAC unit, unscrewed all the covers and grills, cleaned the grates thoroughly with a special brush and washed the ones that were especially dirty. We then vacuumed the ceiling registers and reconnected the HVAC unit.
Air Duct Repair
Customer Issue: There were disconnected sections and several air leaks.
Our Solution: We reconnected the air duct sections securely, ensuring that they wouldn’t separate again. Then, we sealed all the leaks revealed during our initial inspection with the use of a top-quality mastic sealant.
Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning
Customer Issue: The kitchen exhaust hood hadn’t been cleaned in years.
Our Solution: Our first task was removing the grease from the exhaust hood. We then cleaned the blower wheel using a degreaser in order to restore its full operation Finally, we replaced the dirty grease filter with a more effective one.
Air Duct Cleaning
Customer Issue: Mr. Harper required cleaning as part of regular HVAC maintenance.
Our Solution: We removed the layer of dust, pollen, and fine debris on the air duct’s surface. To achieve the best results, we also cleaned the registers, air filter and HVAC units using top-quality materials meeting the highest safety standards.