Most people would be dismayed and shocked if they looked inside their ductwork.
Even the most thorough housekeeping cannot prevent a gradual accumulation of dust, dirt, hair, dead insects and worse on the inside surfaces of the air ducts in the heating and air conditioning system.
Proclean uses state-of-the-art air duct cleaning equipment to thoroughly clean all the interior surfaces of your ductwork.
We look! See the results for yourself with our exclusive DUCT-CAM
or other visual inspection tools.
You can trust ProClean to take care of your indoor air.. so you and your family can breathe easier. One of the area's most recognized and experienced companies in Air Duct Cleaning, Inspections, and Carpet Cleaning, serving Maryland, Virginia, & Washington D.C. Since 1988!
One of the difficulties encountered by many air duct cleaning service companies is that their attention is not really on air duct cleaning.
For example, many heating and cooling companies offer duct cleaning as a supplemental service, but their primary business may be installing and servicing heating and cooling equipment. For these companies, air duct cleaning is not always given the attention it deserves and is often done by less experienced employees whose interest may not be in air duct cleaning but in repairs and installations. And it is almost always done with inferior air duct cleaning equipment. Here at Proclean, we are certified and insured professionals. We have technicians that specialize in Air Duct Cleaning and another set of technicians that specialize in Fast-Dry Carpet Cleaning to ensure you receive the best quality of customer service!
As the old saying goes, "Jack of all trades, Master of none." Proclean technicians are trained and certified in air duct cleaning and air duct cleaning is what we do every day. Don't be fooled by $99 and under offers!
THE LOWEST-PRICED COMPANIES will admit that they typically use an electric-powered shop vac to clean your ducts. You might wonder how a shop vac can remove possibly several pounds of grime?
Good question. Common sense dictates that even an extra-long hose cannot physically reach the entire length of a 20-ft. air duct. And a small, low-powered hose will not suck up large debris. You get what you pay for!
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