About Us

Our Process

What Happens When We Come To Your Home?

The first thing we will do is a visual inspection of all your intake and supply vents and prepare the space around each one so access is easier later.  We will then bring in our equipment and get to work so you can get back to your busy life.

We begin by starting with your intake ducts, we quickly clean off the vent cover and then clean the intake duct.  Next, we will go to your furnace room and clean your air handler.  We will either clean off your filter or replace it, depending on the type of system you have and if you have a new one available. Finally, we will clean each supply duct in your home starting at the top of the home working our way toward the bottom.  As we perform each area, you can see the debris that comes out with our  vacuum box - it's amazing!

With our brush less technology, we can also clean your dryer vent hose. We significantly discount this service if we are performing an entire home duct work service! Many house fires start each year due to dryer vents being plugged.  If you have noticed your dryer takes multiple cycles to get your clothes dry, or your dryer feels extremely warm after a cycle, you may want to consider this service.

Do I Really Need To Clean My Air Ducts?

It is recommended that you clean your air ducts every two to three years.  However, I haven't met many people that do it that often. Dust and dirt are found in the air systems of all homes, if you have pets,  occupants that are sensitive to particulates (allergies or asthma), cigarette or cigar smoke, water contamination to the home or HVAC system, or have recently done a renovation project, your need for air duct cleaning is more severe.

The two main reasons why you should clean your air ducts are to improve the air quality inside your home and to save energy.  Your HVAC system is the lungs of your home, constantly moving air in and out. The cleaner the system is, the more clean and healthy the air it is moving will be.  The second reason is for energy efficiency - contaminants in your system cause it to work harder to maintain the desired temperature.

How Do You Clean The Main Trunk Line?

As we go several feet into each supply duct, we are cleaning a portion of the main line.  This ensures that the main line is being cleaned multiple times during our service through each opening.

How Does Your Air System Compare To Rotary Brush Systems?

The National Air Duct Cleaner's Association actually endorses compressed air as it actually does a better job at cleaning ducts and won't damage and ducting.  Our system can slip around hard to navigate corners and can also reach into corrugations of flex ducting.

What Is Your Service Area?

We cover several counties and areas in the state of Utah along the Wasatch Front and Wasatch Back including Box Elder County, Weber County, Morgan County, Davis County, Salt Lake County, Tooele County, Summit County, Wasatch County, Utah County, and Washington County in Southern Utah. We can come to other counties in Utah and neighboring states for an additional transportation fee.


See Our Work

This video is of a recent home in Utah in which we completed our air duct cleaning service. Notice how our compressed air system blows out so much dust and debris.  This home now has cleaner air running through it and a much more efficient air system.

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The Air Duct Cleaners

905 N Main Street, A1, North Salt Lake, UT 84054 US

(801) 928-8573



9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


By Appointment