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After a few quick turns with a screwdriver, the vent drops from the wall and into the serviceman's hands. Guiding a mounted camera into the ductwork, the technician sees foothills of dust and debris extending along the length of the passage. He thinks for a moment about how best to clear the duct—a compressed-air system, a rotary-brush system, or maybe a combination of the two. After deliberating, he plugs a portable Jetstream Flex 360 into an electrical outlet, and in moments, the built-up grime vanishes into its high-pressure vacuum.
In episodes like this, Fresh Air Furnace Services' HVAC specialists maintain homes' heat sources and their corresponding conduits. When inspecting furnaces and chimneys, teams analyze current conditions to calibrate system adjustments and advise homeowners on what services would optimally impact efficiency. Services range from dryer-vent cleanings to replacing carbon monoxide detectors, and Fresh Air's team anticipates homeowners' questions on a FAQ page.