Since 1985 Duct Doctor USA has been building the capacity to clean HVAC systems of any size facility nationwide. Together with our franchisees we are setting a new standard in air duct cleaning second to none.
Currently throughout the eastern United States and Texas we combine the capacity of our Franchisees in order to clean large facilities such as office buildings, hospitals, school systems, hotels, military installations, and even ships of all sizes. We are able to coordinate on very large projects as our customer needs arise.
Our commercial department can usually turn around a bid proposal in very short order. Just contact your nearest Duct Doctor USA Franchisee or dial 800 / 955-1275 and ask for the Commercial department.
Duct Doctor USA has been a single focus Air Duct Cleaner since 1985. Our commercial team of managers, project leaders, and well-trained technicians have more than a quarter century of experience.
This experience includes the cleaning of such sensitive environments as hospitals, a complex computer center at the Navy’s nuclear submarine simulator facility at Kings Bay and sensitive facilities of the C.D.C. In the area of anti-microbial paint and encapsulation we have coated the interior duct surfaces and air handlers of many of these large facilities.
The power of proprietary vacuum truck provides negative air sufficient to extract debris and contaminants from very large duct systems in very large buildings. An example of its advantage over portables was demonstrated by our foreign franchisee in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) where they actually deployed our 10″ vacuum hose up through the stairwell to the 17th floor of an apartment building. They had sufficient vacuum to simultaneously clean apartment on both sides of that floor pulling the debris down to their Duct Doctor truck at the street level.
AIR DUCT CLEANING – NOW A GREEN INDUSTRY
Studies by the E.P.A. show that the removal of debris inside ductwork and the cleaning of the impacted cooling coils can reduce the running time of HVAC systems by as much as 30%. This directly correlates with savings in energy costs.