Professional Furnace & Duct Cleaning Services in Edmonton

When it comes to the health of your family, the cleanliness of your home, and the quality of the air you breathe, Clean Air Solutions is here to support you. Our tools, processes, and professionals have been meticulously tweaked over three decades of work in this field.

We’re excited for you to choose Clean Air Solutions for your next duct cleaning service so we can show you the difference clean air makes!

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Your Friendly, Knowledgeable Duct Cleaners in Edmonton

When you invite us into your home for air duct cleaning, we take that level of trust seriously. We treat your home, family members, and pets with the ultimate care and respect. You can always rely on us to be friendly and approachable.

Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality cleaning services, as well as the most valuable information about how you can maintain great air quality between cleanings.

If you have questions about our process, please ask us! We’re always happy to explain what we’re doing and why it’s important. Feel free to reach out any time to ask us questions; we’re always here to help!

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The Clean Air Solutions Cleaning Process

No two homes, families, or situations are the same; that’s why we always tailor our processes to your specific needs.

We use a combination of state-of-the-art technology and “old school” tools to make sure your ducts, vents, and furnace get a thorough, even clean.

Our methods have been perfected over decades of experience and learning. We pay extra attention to areas where excess dust and debris can build up in your duct work.

Michael Camilleri

Owner

When Should You Have Your Furnace and Air Ducts Cleaned?

One question we are asked regularly is “how do I know when it’s time to have my ducts cleaned?” Here are some signs you’re due for a furnace and duct cleaning service:

How It Works: Furnace and Duct Cleaning

1

Prepare the Area

After switching off power to the area, we remove the front panels, de-wire the furnace, and remove the blower. (Note that if the blower cannot be removed, then we cannot clean the furnace!)

Next, we cut a 10″ hole just above the furnace, or if there are A/C coils, the hole gets cut just above the coils. We do this because the heat exchanger or the A/C coils get covered with a filter to catch any debris or toys that fall in.

It also separates the cleaning process. We clean the hot air vents first and the return air vents and ductwork second.

2

Clean the Hot Air Ductwork

While the vacuum pulls air throughout the hot air ductwork, we then proceed to each vent in the home.

We attach a steel-holed 1″ ball to the end of a 50′ line and push it down each vent. After we retrieve the ball, we add another cleaning attachment, which is a ball with three whips attached to the end of it.

We send that down to get everything inside the lines moved downward and pushed into the main ductwork in the basement.

3

Clean the Return Air Ductwork

Once all the hot air vents are complete, we remove the vacuum hose from the hole and place it inside the bottom of the furnace.

We then position a tarp to seal off the front of the furnace and use a second tarp on top of the filter, which is located on the heat exchanger or A/C coils.

Next, we go to each return air grate and use a wand to blow the dust off the grate, into the vent, and down towards the furnace.

Once complete, we retrieve the ball with the three whips and push it down each vent to ensure all dust is gone and pushed down into the main ductwork.

4

Final Cleaning of Ductwork

Next, we go back into the basement and send a clear 1/4″ line down the main return air ducting that acts like a snake. As it goes down, it’s pushing any dust or debris toward the vacuum.

Once that is done, we send a stiff 5′ rod with a ball and larger whips on the end down the ductwork to the end and slowly back out. These whips clean the sides and upper part of the ductwork, ensuring a nice, thoroughly clean job.

Lastly, we ensure the ductwork is free of debris by sending a clear line down once more. We duplicate this process when we switch back to the main hot air ductwork.

5

Cleaning the Inside of the Furnace

Once all duct lines are clean, we remove the furnace filter and clean the inside of the furnace along with the heat exchanger and secondary coils.

Removing the blower gives us full access to its moving parts, allowing us to clean it completely.

Once it’s free of dust and wiped down with a clean rag, it’s time to assemble everything back to its original state. The last thing I do is turn the power and heat back on so we can make sure everything is running perfectly.

Book an Appointment for Air Duct Cleaning in Edmonton

Book your next air furnace and duct cleaning with one of Edmonton’s most highly-reviewed duct cleaning companies!

We’re excited to show you what it’s like to experience high indoor air quality and a refreshingly clean, dust-free home.

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Want an even cleaner and safer home?

You can add these convenient services to your furnace and duct cleaning appointment:

Still have questions about duct cleaning?

We offer regular tips and tricks you can use to keep your HVAC system clean between appointments.

We advise our clients to have their furnaces cleaned and inspected annually for optimal performance and safety.

A furnace cleaning service typically includes inspecting and cleaning the components of your furnace, such as the burner, heat exchanger, blower motor, and flue pipe. We may also replace your air filters and check the overall system for any issues.

Yes, cleaning your furnace removes dirt and debris that can hinder its efficiency, leading to improved performance and potentially lower energy bills.

Yes, a dirty furnace can negatively impact indoor air quality by circulating dust, allergens, and pollutants. Regularly cleaning your furnace helps to reduce respiratory issues and allergies.

Signs that your furnace needs cleaning include reduced heating efficiency, uneven heating, strange noises during operation, increased energy bills, and visible dirt or debris around the furnace area. Regular maintenance can also prevent potential issues before they arise.

Duct cleaning frequency depends on factors such as location, usage, and indoor air quality. In general, we recommend that you clean your ducts every 1 to 2 years, depending on where you live, whether you have allergies, your overall health, and other environmental factors.

You’ll know it’s time to have your air ducts clean when you start to notice the need for more frequent dusting, you experience musty odours when your HVAC system is running, or you have increased allergies or respiratory issues.

Better Health with Every Breath

There is nothing quite as refreshing as coming home and breathing in fresh, clean air. Our duct and furnace cleaning services dramatically reduce pollutants and dust in your HVAC system. This helps alleviate allergy symptoms, reduce regular sickness, and promote overall well-being.

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