Customer Issue: The customer had one of his air vents badly damaged in a botched drywall replacement attempt.
Our Solution: Three screws still needed to be removed, and one was stuck and had to be torn rather than screwed out of the wall. After our cleaning of the duct entrance was finished, the replacement covering that fit the opening went in with a new set of screws.
Air Duct Repair
Customer Issue: As part of a building renovation project, Mrs. Hernandez needed the air duct system tested and sealed.
Our Solution: Opening the panels around the ducts and engaging the HVAC showed us where each air breach was. Fortunately, there were no cracks in the ducts themselves; just some junctions that needed to be tightened, and one that required some extra sealant.
Attic Insulation Installation
Customer Issue: Mr. Parks needed us to install fresh new R-38 insulation in his remodeled attic.
Our Solution: Our team arrived on the scheduled appointment day and removed all of the old insulation in his attic. We swept and vacuumed the area and closed off all air leaks before installing fresh new R-38 insulation. The customer was very pleased with the results.
Customer Issue: Broken vent.
Our Solution: As the damaged vent was a plastic wall Louver static type, we removed and replaced it with a unit of a similar size and color. We then checked the other vents in the room and made sure they were all in a good working condition.
Air Duct Cleaning
Customer Issue: Air duct cleaning.
Our Solution: We made sure that all the carpets and furniture were protected before we started to clean the air ducts. We then used high-efficiency particle air vacuuming to get rid of all the dirt and contaminants that had accumulated inside the ductwork.
Air Duct Repair
Customer Issue: Broken air ducts.
Our Solution: After careful inspection we discovered that the ducts were drawing in old air from the closed off interior of the house thanks to a disconnect, hence the smell. We carefully sealed the opening with high-quality materials.
Commercial Duct Cleaning
Customer Issue: Dirty air ducts.
Our Solution: Our technicians worked hard to complete the cleaning service thoroughly but also swiftly to keep disruption to employees to a minimum. The ducts were cleared out completely with a special high-powered vacuum to avoid air cross-contamination.
Customer Issue: Dirty vents.
Our Solution: We carefully went through and used special high-powered suction equipment in order to remove all of the dust and other materials blocking the slats of the vent and impeding the air flow as well as contaminating the air.