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Get the cleanest air ducts in Twin Cities, MN with our excellent commercial services!

Wherever you find an air handling system, and building occupants, you’ll find the potential for poor indoor air quality and the need for specialized air duct cleaning. Dirty, un-maintained ventilation systems can be a source of indoor air pollution, allowing contaminants to build to dangerous levels. Biological contaminants, microbes, and mites that have multiplied in humidifiers, air conditioners, or the sides of the ductwork can be spread throughout a building. Sick Building Syndrome and other building related illness are fast becoming a critical health concern and are raising many legal issues worldwide.

Numerous studies over the past 25 years have shown measurable levels of known carcinogens in office buildings. This is due to the switch from open windows to energy efficient environments. Modern buildings can contain some amount of known cancer causing chemicals. Such buildings are identified as “Sick Buildings” because exposure to them can result in a variety of symptoms of sickness exhibited by those who work in them. Poor work performance, employee absenteeism, and general fatigue may result.

Commonly found office pollutants and their sources include asbestos, carpet fibers, tobacco smoke, formaldehyde from pressed wood products, cleaning materials, air fresheners, paints, adhesives, water-damaged walls, and contaminants from dirty ventilation systems. Mechanical systems are designed not only to heat and cool the air, but also to draw in and circulate outside air. Poorly designed, maintained, or operated ventilation systems will do little to combat these pollutants. Professional cleaning on a regular basis will dramatically improve the air quality in your building.

To learn more about the services we offer, please continue through our site. If you have any questions along the way, please contact us at (651) 451-5800.


Our experienced technicians have serviced several different types of air duct systems, ranging from 25-story high-rise air handlers, half-million dollar condominiums, and hospital facilities, to hair salons, pet grooming shops, and standard office complexes.

As the job at hand varies, so do the procedures for cleaning, and equipment needed. All estimates are in writing, with a full description of work to be done. If necessary, we will provide a walkthrough of the procedures with you, explaining the service and the equipment we will use.

Is Your Building Sick?

Sources Contributing to Dirty Ductwork:

  • Recirculation of dirty air from the ductwork
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Carpet fibers
  • Aerosols
  • High traffic areas
  • Interior or proximity source contaminants (manufacturing, production, dry cleaning, etc.)

Symptoms of an Unclean System:

  • Unusual amount of dust throughout the work area
  • Distinct odor when system is turned on
  • Discolored/dirty air vents

Personal Symptoms Resulting from an Unclean System:

  • Headaches
  • Sinus/throat congestion
  • Itchy or burning eyes
  • Feeling groggy or nauseated
  • Difficulty breathing

Benefits of a Clean System

Regularly clean and disinfect every part of your heating and cooling ventilation system. Also include humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air filters and air circulation pumps and blowers. You will see improvements in areas such as:

  • Savings on heating and cooling bills
  • Decline in use of Sick Time
  • Increased efficiently and longevity of your system
  • Reduction in maintenance costs
  • Cleaner, healthier work environment
  • Decreased dust damaging computers or other sensitive equipment
  • Increased Air flow

Common Questions

Are you fully insured and licensed?
Yes. We carry over two million dollars in insurance coverage, and a Minnesota Contractors Air Conveyance Cleaners License.

Do you have references?
Yes. References are available upon request.

Do you provide estimates?
Yes. All estimates are free and in writing. No additional work or deviation from the estimate will be done without written confirmation.

Will my business activity be disrupted?
Air duct cleaning is an engaging process that requires large equipment to be brought into the building. Typically, disruption is minimal. However, some proprietors request the procedure occur outside of normal business hours, and on weekends. We are happy to accommodate your needs.

Can you provide service to Clean Air Environments, such as labs, hospitals, and doctor’s offices?
Yes. We have ultra-specialized Hepa suction equipment capable of providing Class 100 exhaust air emissions.

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