Mountain Duct Cleaning has been cleaning commercial HVAC systems since 1998.  We have the right tools and experience to adapt to any type of duct system.  We not only invest in our equipment but also in our team.  Our technicians are all full-time employees; we do not use sub-contractors or temp employees who are not experienced in the duct cleaning industry.  Our team takes part in regular training sessions as part of our commitment to always learn and improve our services.  All commercial projects are handled by a NADCA Certified ASCS technician with a minimum of 15 years of field experience cleaning HVAC systems.

Using the NADCA Standard: Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration, 2021 as our guide, we inspect and clean entire HVAC system.  A proper assessment is the first step in any commercial project.  We need to know the variables present in your building, and within the duct system itself.  Coming up with a proper plan and scope of work allows us to provide the best cleaning services possible, and do so in an efficient manner.  Our teams are trained in every detail of the ACR Standard from the first item of the inspection to the moment our trucks leave your facility.  We are up-to-date with all OSHA guidelines and will work with you to ensure that your facility is protected and respected while we are there to do our work.

We also offer duct system inspections complete with photo and video documentation and a written report detailing the conditions within your HVAC system along with any recommendations.  Other specialty services include duct coatings to repair internal insulation (see image below), commercial dryer vent and exhaust cleaning, and fully customized Ultraviolet Air Purification systems which you can read more about here.

Commercial clients we’ve served:

  • Office Space
  • Senior and Assisted Living
  • Manufacturing
  • Police and Fire Stations
  • Medical and Dental Offices
  • Daycare Facilities
  • Education
  • Hospitality
  • Retail
  • Hair Salons and Spas
  • Pet Boarding and Veterinary
  • and many more

Before & After

A dirty HVAC system doesn’t just affect the cleanliness of your building, but it can also factor into the health of your employees and co-workers who spend every their days inside the facility.  Dirty ducts can also cause the system to run less efficiently, taking away from your company’s bottom line.

Coating of internally-lined ducts can restore the airside surfaces of the system.  This will not only seal in any loose fiberglass particles, but will also improve the efficiency of the system by making the internal surface of the ductwork smoother.  Available coatings are also anti-microbial and can help to resolve odor-issues after a fire in the building.