Air Duct Cleaning in Upper Saint Clair

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For more than 20 years, the techs at Five Star Furnace—a family-owned-and-operated enterprise—have been minimizing fire hazards, ousting excess dust, and even helping to alleviate physical symptoms such as watery eyes and sore throats by cleaning out air vents. They use a negative-air-pressure method, which involves sending a powerful vacuum unit into main trunk lines, and use poles, brushes, pressurized air, and rubber whip heads to handle individual vents. All of Five Star's HVAC methods and equipment are National Air Duct Cleaning Association–certified.

4017 Washington Rd
McMurray,
PA
US

Ventilation Purification's powerful truck-mounted vacuums can suck pollutants from a home’s entire network of vents, ducts, and returns. During a visit, techs with decades of experience use state-of-the-art high-efficiency particulate air systems to filter out mold, pollen, lint, and dust mites from indoor air, helping soothe symptoms of allergies and asthma. Groupon customers will also receive a complimentary furnace inspection during their visit. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.

1952 Painters Run Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Keith Heating & Cooling, Inc.'s technicians call their service trucks "warehouses on wheels." Each one carries a stock of parts so extensive that repairmen complete more than 97% of their jobs with supplies right off the truck. That kind of service typifies the approach of Keith Heating & Cooling's HVAC specialists, whose services range from heating-system repairs to removal of foreign spies in air ducts. Factory-trained in all major brands including Trane, Bryant, and Lennox, technicians adhere to up-front pricing so homeowners feel comfortable before each job begins. They’ll also fix or replace any equipment that breaks down the same season it was installed with same-day service.

35 Northwest Ave
Tallmadge,
OH
US

With the help of a high-powered, 48-inch fan, Clean Air America, Inc.'s truck-mounted vacuum system extracts dust, dirt, and allergens out of ventilation systems at a rate of 16,000 cubic feet of air per minute. To put that in perspective, traditional portable or truck-mounted vacuums muster between 400 and 4,000 cubic feet per minute on a good day. Before each session, technicians send an infrared camera into the ductwork to map out every inch of dust or reveal enclaves of ninjas hiding there. Then they move in with special brushes and scrubbing tools, leaving homes with cleaner air and fewer odors.

2608 Old Mill Rd
Hudson,
OH
US