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Air Duct Cleaning
Cloud Nine Systems
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Air Duct Cleaning

Rotobrush Air Duct Cleaning Equipment

For almost two decades the Rotobrush has been the #1 residential air duct cleaning system. Cloud Nine Systems offers to homeowners the following Indoor Air Quality Products and Services:

  • HVAC system cleaning services
  • Improved air filtration products
  • Anti-microbial fogging
  • Ultraviolet light air treatment.

Watch a short video about our Air Duct Cleaning Service

HVAC System Cleaning

HVAC service relates directly to IAQ as it impacts the temperature of the indoor environment. And carpet, upholstery and drapery cleaning, as well as restoration services are also Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) services. Now the scope of the cleaning services is expanded to include air duct cleaning, anti-microbial fogging, improved air filtration and UV light installation.

It is important to note at this time that if you choose to do air duct cleaning, the entire HVAC system needs to be cleaned, not just the air ducts. Cleaning the air ducts without cleaning the HVAC unit itself is not acceptable. Some states have licensing requirements for accessing or servicing HVAC equipment. HVAC system cleaning is just that: removing dirt and debris from the ductwork and air moving equipment. Current cleaning standards recommended by the National Air Duct Cleaner's Association (ACR 2005) require that non-porous air conveyance system surfaces must be visibly clean and capable of cleanliness verification tests.

High Efficiency Air Filtration

There are many filter options available to homeowners. Cloud Nine Systems can provide custom-size filters and popular sizes are in stock ready for installation by our technicians.

Anti-Microbial Fogging

Another valuable service that Cloud Nine Systems offers after the HVAC system has been cleaned is anti-microbial fogging. The name of this service is impressive, but the service itself is quite simple. A small chemical fogger is used to introduce chemicals into the ductwork system, chemicals that sanitize germs, bacteria and fungus. EPA-registered chemicals specifically for use in ductwork systems are available that do not require the evacuation of family members and pets from the occupied space while the chemical is being used. For fogging, the central fan should be turned on and fog should be introduced through the return duct, with the HVAC system's fan helping to distribute the chemical throughout the system. Fogging can be repeated every 6 months, while system cleaning is required every couple of years. Antimicrobial fogging is a service that provides real benefits to the homeowner.