Vacu-Man Duct and Furnace cleaning trucks

Our duct cleaning process includes our specially designed truck (which is a powerful vacuum cleaner), will come to your home; our expert technician will attach a giant 10-inch hose to your furnace, turn on the power and draw all the dirt from your air-duct system with a “15,000 cubic foot of air per minute” force.

While the entire duct system is under suction, all caked residue inside the ducts will be loosened with a patented steel “snake ball” which travels through the ducts by air pressure. As well, the Vacu-Man technician cleans every register outlet and return with a 200 PSI compressed air hose to ensure a final thorough job.

Our Duct Cleaning Process

Cleaning Blower Fans


Our expert duct cleaning techs removes the blower fan from your furnace and connects the vacuum suction hose securely from our unique duct cleaning truck, from the most convenient place in your home, to your furnace.

Duct Cleaning Trucks


Our 8-inch vacuum hose, is applied to the fan compartment of the furnace, that draws 15,000 cubic feet of air per minute through your entire duct system.


Cleaning heating vents from dust, debris that falls inside and into the duct work.

Every air register and return has built on residue loosened by a trained Vacu-Man worker and is then air blown clean with a 200 PSI compressed air hose by our licensed duct cleaning technician.

dirty air ducts and clean air ducts


Drilling 1″ holes, Vacu-Man will use our patent air snake to draw the dust, dirt and debris out to our vacuum located at the blower fan. Clean ducts are all that is left!

While the air ducts are under vacuum suction, we drill one inch holes into the main air duct work.  Our Vacu-Man “snake ball” is bounced through the holes in the duct work and through every duct channel loosening all caked dirt and dust within it.

Cleaning blowerfan, cleaning A-Coil and plugging holes


Once the air ducts are cleaned, Vacu-Man will plug and seal all 1″ holes and ensure that your furnace is cleaned along with the AC coils.

The A-Coil (evaporator coil) in the furnace is thoroughly cleaned, as well as the furnace blower fan, which is then carefully placed back into its compartment and tested to ensure it’s working.

Cold air return - air duct cleaning


The furnace and air duct cleaning process is approximately 2-3 hours (or however long it takes to have your system clean). Once your air-duct systems are clean, you will notice an incredible difference in efficiency as well as less particles throughout the air of your home.