Mission Duct Cleaning's technicians take a methodical, thorough approach to every job. Ducts provide a lot of nooks and crannies for debris to hide in, but the Mission Duct team hunts it all down tactically. They start with the central air unit, be it furnace or air conditioner and vacuum it out thoroughly. Then, they remove and clean all grills and vent covers, unlocking passages into the house's inner labyrinth of vents. That's when they bust out the really specialized equipment: powerful air duct cleaning vaccuums and brushes, mounted on hoses longer that an anaconda snake and far less likely to gobble up any livestock.
The employees at Treasure Valley Cleaning Company know that a beautiful home isn't the result of what's in it, but what isn't. More specifically, the absence of such pollutants as mold, bed bugs, and dust mites can go a long way toward creating a warm, inviting home. The team chases off these common sources of filth throughout households, sanitizing air-duct systems and cleaning out furnaces and air conditioners so they cease spreading pollutants. Furthermore, cleaning HVAC systems can help them run more efficiently, which can cut back on energy bills.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: York, Bryant, Trane, Payne, Rheem, Lennox, Goodman, Carrier
Pro Tip: Military owned, family run and operated.
Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning?s technicians and installers arrive at homes to right heating and cooling wrongs in their unmistakable pink trucks and dressed in crisp white shirts adorned with the company logo. Each member of the team is licensed and bonded and shoulders at least three years of HVAC experience. To make sure domiciles are keeping temperate efficiently, the crew enlists the help of a host of cutting-edge tools, including a high-resolution infrared camera that scans furnaces and water heaters to accurately diagnose problems and flush out any camera-shy gremlins.
The company?s comfort advisers first consult with clients to figure out how to reduce their energy costs; then they draw on their engineering-analysis training to determine how many thermal units of energy per hour systems run through to cool or heat homes. The team attends to heating and cooling emergencies 24 hours a day and earns client trust with a fixed-level price guide, no hourly charges, and a one-year service guarantee read aloud by Morgan Freeman. Besides installing new HVAC systems, the techs also can outfit homes with new insulation, siding, and home-security systems.