Frequently Asked Questions about

HVAC Cleaning

Why should I have my air ducts and HVAC system cleaned?

If you are experiencing excess dust, black particles blowing out, mold or fungus on your vent covers or registers, strange odors, ongoing allergies, health concerns, or people complaining, you must have your entire HVAC system and air ducts cleaned as soon as possible.

What is the cost of air duct cleaning?

While HVAC Cleaning Specialists can’t give you an quote online because we first need to know about your specific building and about your needs and requirements, we can provide a free quote over the phone, in most cases. We only provide the best HVAC system cleaning that includes the entire interior of your air conditioning system, with photos of the end-results. Once we have discussed your specifics we can provide a competitive quote over the phone.

How often should I get my air ducts and dryer vents cleaned?

HVAC Cleaning Specialists follows the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommendations. Homeowners should have their ducts cleaned every 3 to 5 years. Dryer vents should be routinely maintained every year to prevent dryer fires.

What type of anti-microbial does your company use?

HVAC Cleaning Specialists uses an environmentally safe Bacteriostat, Fungistat and Deodorizer. It is EPA registered, and also used to control odors associated with smoke, mildew, bacteria, mold and animals.

How long does the air duct cleaning process take?

A single unit air duct cleaning should take approximately 1.5 to 2 hours in total. This includes set up, cleaning and breakdown.

Do I have to leave during the HVAC cleaning process?

NO. All of the products that HVAC Cleaning Specialists use are registered with the EPA for use of the inside of air conditioning systems and are not harmful to humans or the environment. It is perfectly safe for you and your pets to stay during the HVAC cleaning process.

Does the process make a mess in my house?

No, while our vacuum is connected to the main furnace, the trunk lines are under negative pressure ensuring no dust will be blown into the house.


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For HVAC and Air Duct Cleaning needs in both North and South New Jersey.