Handyman Around The House, LLC


Duct Cleaning Services

Heating and Air Conditioning Ducts

Most people never think about their Indoor Quality (IAQ). Dust, pollen, viruses, animal dander and more can accumulate in your air ducts and continue to recirculate through the central air system. These types of airborne contaminants can cause illness and aggravate the symptoms of asthma and allergies. They can also decrease the efficiency and life expectancy of your heating and air conditioning system. According to the EPA, levels of air pollution inside the home can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels.

Our professionals also use unique video technology to show you what is in your ducts and prove they are cleaned properly before we leave your home.


Here’s what we do:
  1. We start the process by removing all of your register covers and cleaning them thoroughly to remove dirt, grime and other contaminants.
  2. Next, our technician will feed a hose with a rotating brush head into your duct work and the real cleaning begins.
  3. After the ducts are scrubbed clean, we fog them with an EPA-recommended antimicrobial mist that leaves a pleasant mint smell behind.

Your ducts should be cleaned if:
  1. You’ve noticed an unpleasant smell in your home.
  2. Your registers are dirty.
  3. You/your family has allergies and/or asthma.
  4. You have young children or elderly family living with you.
  5. You have pets.
  6. You have smokers in the house.

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Dryer ducts
Your dryer vent is probably restricted with lint if it takes longer than a half-hour to dry a full load. *The National Fire Protection Association Recommendations include: “once a year, or more often if you notice that it is taking longer than normal for your clothes to dry, clean lint out of the vent pipe or have a dryer lint removal service do.”* Not only will your home be safer, your clothes will take less time to dry and you’ll save on your energy bill.

*National Fire Protection Association, 2010.