Residential Duct Cleaning

Don’s Power Vac Duct Cleaning is a licensed member of NADCA, the National Air Duct Cleaners Association. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) highly recommends home owners to only have their ducts serviced by certified NADCA members, as regular NADCA membership ensures a high level of knowledge, experience, and security. Our duct cleaning technicians are well trained, highly experienced, and capable of completing any of your air duct cleaning. We only use state of the art equipment in order to clean your air ducts, creating a healthy atmosphere for you and your family.

Contact Don’s Power Vac in Edmonton at (780)447-1133 or A-1 Ductworks in Fort McMurray at (780)598-5966

Our award-winning air duct cleaning services consist of:

Standard Method. This method cleans the air duct system using forced air and a strong vacuum. Our standard method is recommended for removing debris and dust from the ducting systems of brand new buildings only. The Standard Method cannot be used once a building has been occupied because moisture is created in the air which causes the dust to stick to the interior of the ducts, so a occupied building must be cleaned using a more advanced technology.
Power Whip/Viper Method. This method is suitable for many cleaning tasks. A power whip cleaning tool is combined with forced air and vacuum to evacuate dirt, dust and debris from the ducts. All institutional, commercial and industrial cleaning involves either the Pneumatic Brush or Power Whip method (described below).
Pneumatic Brush Method. This is our most advanced of the three cleaning methods, ensuring superior results. In the pneumatic brush method, hi-tech rotating brushes combined with a powerful vacuum are used to clean the ducts. This technology is commonly used in hospital and institutional cleaning, where the highest standards of cleanliness are mandatory. White-glove testing of the ducting should detect no dust residue once this method of cleaning has been used.