Air Duct Cleaning

Breathing Cleaner Air is Healthier

We are Air-Care Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialists!

How to get started:

You can visually inspect your vents and see if there is dirt on or around your vent covers, if there is, give us a call!

Perfect time to clean your air ducts:

  • If you had construction work done in your house, now is the perfect time to get debris out
  • If you’re going to get new flooring or carpet, right after the carpet is removed, is the perfect time to clean your air ducts, before your new carpet or flooring installation, because it is easiest to clean your air ducts in an empty room rather than moving furniture around
  • If you’re getting your carpets cleaned, now is the perfect time. You will also get a package discount for carpet and air duct cleaning
  • If you buy a new home, why live in someone else’s dirt?

If you have any of the above, call Rohr’s Carpet Cleaning & Sales to schedule a time to choose one of the following after an inspection/estimate:

Gold Package – Air Duct Cleaning

          Turbo Jet Negative Air

          Starting at $425

Silver Package – Air Duct Cleaning

          Super Vac Brush Cleaning

          Starting at $125

Economic Package – Air Duct Cleaning

          Starting at $95

Dryer Vent Cleaning

          Starting at $95

*Packages are only set prices after inspection

Air Duct Gold Package

Turbo Jet Negative Air

(Most thorough cleaning of vents)

  1. Using turbomax machine and system, the machine is hooked up to main ducts and creates a huge vacuum to collect all the debris in the ducts.
  2. We remove all the vent covers, wash and clean. We HEPPA vacuum any debris we see in and around the vent.
  3. Seal air flow on all other ducts except the one we are cleaning, so we have the most optimal vacuum to collect debris from ducts.
  4. A rotating cleaning brush is run through metal ducts and the main trunk line to remove dust and other debris to the negative air machine. Depending on material of ducts (such as flex and plastic) where the brush would be too abrasive, we can use air whips for more delicate ducts.
  5. A second cleaning compressed air hose is run through ducts to get fine particles out after brush cleaning.
  6. After all vents have been cleaned, optional up sales of disinfectant/deodorizers and sealant. (Not included in the gold package price)
  7. Clean up area and put covers on.

*Note – fiberglass ducts cannot be cleaned, and we recommend replacing

Air Duct Silver Package

Super Vac Brush Cleaning

  1. Remove all vent covers, wash and clean. We vacuum any debris we see in and around the vent.
  2. A rotating brush with vacuum attached to it is ran through vents to clean dust and debris. Note – may not be able to use due to hole opening, can’t get vacuum hose with brush attachment into vent opening. In this case, it would be best to go with the Gold Package because a brush can fit a smaller opening.

*Note – it may not clean the main trunk line.

Economic Package

  1. Run vacuum hose down the air ducts.

Dryer Vent Package
Includes: moving dryer out, disconnecting the duct, cleaning duct with brush or compressed air, or combination of both, checking the duct exhaust on the dryer to make sure no clogs and checking for damages before cleaning. Extra charges for repairs if needed. Then clean up work area, reconnect dryer, and run dryer to make sure it has good air flow exiting the duct.

Discounted packages are available if you clean both your air ducts & dryer vent!

Prices starting at $95 for 5’ of exhaust ducting. We have cleaned a 25-foot-ling dryer vent and got 2 trash bags of lent removed at a quote of $175 or higher. The price depends on length and how dirty the duct is. Yes, we have came across a dryer vent that was broke and disconnected before we cleaned (the pressure if the dryer exhaust can disconnect the duct). The owners said that they would have blamed us for the damage if it wasn’t for the pre-inspection of the vent. The basement had a suspended ceiling where we could see the duct was not together and lots of lent was blowing into the basement. If this was s finished ceiling there would have been no way to tell that the duct was broke and disconnected before cleaning.