The MRT Cleaning Process
To prepare yourself for your duct cleaning service, know exactly what to expect when our technician visits your home or business. The MRT cleaning process looks something like this:
- After introducing themselves, our technician will ask to be directed to your furnace room. There he will complete the 12 point check which consists of looking at your venting, main ductwork, fan motor, bearings, heat exchanger, thermal couple/igniters, belts, filter, burners, gas piping, safety switches, and high limit.
- Next, the technician will shut off your system and seal off all registers to create a proper vacuum. He will bring in a large, 10” vacuum hose running from our truck and connect it to the supply side of your system. We also run our 260psi scorpion brush.
- With both vacuum and brush on, we go to each vent within your home to flush all debris down to the main ductwork within your building. Our vacuum operates at 15,000 cfm and our brush uses 12 powerful air jets.
- We return to your main duct to brush all your debris into our vacuum. We clean your AC coil and fan, and fan-housing.
- The process is repeated for the return side of your air system. All our work is inspected with our camera prior to spraying a botanical disinfectant into your system.
- The access point is sealed up, vent covers removed, new filter in place, and the furnace is turned back on. Once the technician confirms proper air flow, your cleaning is complete.
After the cleaning, our technician will take the time to go over the cleaning with you and confirm everything is completed to your satisfaction. Although we recommend a cleaning every 4-5 years, our technician will suggest a next cleaning appointment based on pets, occupants, and the size of your home. Our technician will be happy to answer any and all of your questions.