Professional & Specialized Air Duct Cleaning

Lucky Duct uses the most powerful equipment in the HVAC industry to clean your air ducts in the Denver metro area. In fact, we have more specialized air and mechanical tools than any other air duct cleaning company in all of Colorado. When you hire, Lucky Duct for air duct cleaning you are getting a decorated company that only performs air duct cleanings to the national standards of duct work cleaning. We work extremely hard to have the best equipment, people, service, and standards. When you choose Lucky Duct you are never getting a technician that only performs cleanings on duct work. We all are heating and air conditioning certified technicians working under a valid HVAC license in Colorado. We are not carpet cleaner., Lucky Duct is an indoor air quality company specializing in air duct cleanings and furance and air conditioner repairs and installations. On all our duct cleaning we perform and complete inspection of safety and operation of the heating and cooling system. Call (303) 246-5475 today.
Air Duct — Air Duct Cleaning in Lone Tree, CO

Why It's Important to Clean Air Ducts

  • Increased efficiency of your HVAC system, which translates to lower energy costs
  • Removal of obstructions and debris will result in increased air flow
  • Save money on expensive repairs
  • May experience less dust build-up throughout your home
  • Breath healthier air

How We Clean Air Ducts

  1. A drop cloth pathway is made to protect your floors and wall corners. Then, our large power vacuum hose is placed on the drop cloth.
  2. The technician will cycle your air handler to ensure that it is working properly. If issues are discovered, the technician will inform you promptly.
  3. The vacuum hose is securely installed into the trunk line to create a centralized vacuum.
  4. All registers are blocked off to create a sound vacuum on the entire side of the system to be cleaned.
  5. The high powered vacuum is turned on.
  6. All out-going air vents and connecting rounds are mechanically brushed and air washed with 180-200 psi of air pressure. * NOTE: Although the force of the vacuum and air pressure is tremendous, it will not harm or alter your duct work.
  1. After all the supply rounds (branch lines) have been brushed and air washed, we proceed to completely clean the supply trunk line with a wide array of pneumatic tools such as whips and reverse flow jetters to agitate all four walls of interior trunk line and all the contamination is then removed by the power vacuum hose.
  2. We clean the furnace by cleaning the blower removed from the furnace sot that the vertical fan blades can be air washed to dislodge all dust and debris with our enormous vacuum hose right over it. We also carefully apply air pressure through each individual burner to dislodge ash, carbon and dust through the entire inside of the heat exchanger. (Line removal): After the source removal process is completed, the furnace base plate, doors and blower are wiped down with rag and liquid cleaner.
  1. If air conditioning is present and the customer wishes to pay us to clean their evaporator coil (indoor coil), the EPA certified technician will gently air wash the outside and inside of the evaporator coil fins to dislodge the common dust mat found on the fin surfaces. The condensate drain pan and drain is also air washed. Upon completion of source removal and EPA registered biodegradable, earth friendly evaporator foam cleaner is applied to thoroughly clean through the fins and will sanitize and deodorize the coil.
  2. We now install our vacuum into the return side (air intake) of the system to create a centralized vacuum.
  3. Each cold air register is removed and we proceed to air wash everything down the return channels to push all dust and debris to drop into the return trunk line (large rectangular duct).
  1. After all return vents and channels are cleaned, the technician will clean out the entire return trunk line the same as previously explained with the supply trunk line (i.e. whips and reverse flow jetter etc.)
  2. The technician will reassemble your furnace and install reusable clean out doors. If the homeowner is using a disposable filter, a new filter will be installed.
  3. The air handler will be turned on and the technician will make sure that the air handler is cycling properly.
  4. All working areas are cleaned and cleaning equipment is removed from the home or job site- Leaving you with nothing to remember us by except clean, fresh air.
Air Duct Cleaning Denver
A View Inside an Air Duct Cleaning in Denver, Colorado.