To rid ventilation systems of dirt and grime, Clean Air Wizard's team doesn't rely on magic. Instead, the crew studiously inspects air ducts, dryer vents, and chimneys to determine which areas require cleaning. Those thorough tidying sessions leave homes more structurally sound and energy efficient, not to mention protected from unwanted rodents.
As chimney and masonry experts, MCP Chimney Services accomplishes everything from installing and building chimneys to repairing and cleaning them. They also install and build wood stoves and fireplaces, and can outfit homes with new, solar attic exhaust fans and tubular skylights. Designing and crafting patios, walkways, and stairs are all within their realm of craftsmanship mastery, as well.
The cleaning technicians at Duct Scrub Pro purify homes' air and keep vents safe from fire hazards. Using powerful vacuum pressure, the crew scours the insides of ducts, clearing them of sneeze-inducing dust, pollen, and mold. Duct Scrub Pro also prevents house fires, cleaning dryer vents of built-up lint and scrubbing chimneys of flammable creosote and the toxic residue left by Santa's red-pleather suit.
When it comes to keeping your home clean, there's only so much you can do alone. After the sinks have been scrubbed and the pile of laundry has been conquered, there may still be dust lurking somewhere sinister—in the vents that run through your home. Thankfully, that's where All Services Pro comes in. The family-owned company's licensed technicians have an average of 10 years of experience, so they know exactly what to do when they come across dust, mold, and ghostly apparitions. Their job only just begins inside the walls, though. After they're done removing allergens and particles, they can head outside to pressure-wash the exterior, clean the chimney, and remove leaves from gutters.
High's Chimney Service president Mike Pinto captains a roster of certified chimney sweeps that earned their chops from the Chimney Safety Institute of America and National Fireplace Institute. Before the chimney sweeping commences, a duo of technicians places drop cloths over carpets, furniture, and napping grandparents to protect against meandering debris, as industrial vacuums stand on deck to whisk away dust. The cleaning team then ventures onto the roof to thoroughly remove buildup from the chimneys' crowns, caps, and mortar joints. Regular chimney cleaning purges brick-laid smoke vessels of flammable debris and improves flue ventilation, which can protect against carbon-monoxide poisoning. Chimney rods and a closed-circuit camera help the diligent staffers make sure the chimneys' newly pristine insides can efficiently heat homes, emit cleaner smoke, and play nice with rooster compasses.