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Minneapolis Air Duct Cleaning

Post by Dean » Sun Aug 12, 2007 7:07 pm

Air Duct Cleaning Minneapolis

Twin Cities Duct Cleaning has over 15 years of experience as a full service heating and cooling contractor, and has been helping homeowners in the Twin Cities area to create a healthier, cleaner indoor air environment. Air duct cleaning is a proactive solution to these problems. It can enhance the indoor air quality, eliminate built-up dirt and contaminants, and extend the life of your heating and cooling systems. We have been serving customers in Minneapolis St Paul metro areas with the highest customer satisfaction rate.

Special $99.00! Complete Home Furnace & Air Duct Cleaning

Call: (612) 729-9151

Air Duct & Furnace Cleaning Specials:
  • Furnace Clean and Tune-up: $159
  • Air Sweep Duct Cleaning: $99.00
  • Furnace Chimney Clean: $55.00 with a furnace and duct cleaning
  • Fireplace and Chimney Clean: Promotion $75.00 with a furnace and duct cleaning
  • Dryer Vent Clean: Promotion $59.00 with a furnace and duct cleaning
Rotobrush Duct Cleaning Special $189.95
Our technicians go to each branch line and use a tool called an air-wand that uses compressed air to push all the debris down to the main trunk-lines. A vacuum hose is inserted to remove all debris, and then it is swept to our van mounted equipment. Once the technician has completed the initial air sweep, an item called a Rotary-Brush with a reverse nozzle will be used. It will be inserted into the trunk line where the brush will rotate inside the ductwork using compressed air in combination with a pneumatic motor for additional power to pull any dust and debris that is stuck on the side walls of the trunk lines and any free floating debris back to the vacuum.

Your air ducts can become a major source of indoor air pollution. Every time you run your heating and cooling system, airborne contaminants are pulled into the ducts. Over time, these contaminants build up inside the ductwork, creating a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, fungi and other microbes. These contaminants can also significantly decrease the efficiency of your heating or cooling system.

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