Air Duct Cleaning

Improve indoor air quality and efficiency

Dirty ducts may host a wide variety of allergens, bacteria, and contaminants that can harm you and your family. They can also reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system and increase your bills. DUCT WORX owner Scott Herrmann is the only Certified Master Inspector, licensed General Contractor and NADCA certified air duct cleaning professional in the state of New Mexico.

Duct cleaning can help:

  • Remove common irritants such as, dust, pet dander, pollen, and more
  • Alleviate symptoms of asthma, allergies, headaches, and other respiratory ailments 
  • Remove harmful substances including mold, fungus, bacteria, and other buildup in your ducts
  • Increase the efficiency of your heating and cooling, potentially decreasing your utility bill
  • Remediate smoke and other odors emanating from your ductwork

    Why choose us for duct cleaning?

    NM’s Only Certified Master Inspector, NADCA Certified ASCS and Licensed Contractor.

    Did you know most other “duct cleaning” companies in NM are neither licensed contractors nor certified to clean them, much less able to contract repairs from other professionals if required?

    Price Guarantee

    We 100% guarantee our quote based on our inspections. If we come and inspect your ducts and identify a problem, we will stand behind our proposal.. No surprises and no changes in cost.

    The Best Rated Duct Cleaning in NM

    Our reviews speak for themselves. We consistently receive the highest ratings for duct cleaning on all review sites including Google, Yelp, Angie’s list, and more.

    Certified as NM’s Top Professionals

    As a certified Amazon Home Services and Home Advisor Screened & Approved Elite Service provider, all of our technicians are background checked, and our licensing and insurance verified so you can rest easy knowing the job will be done right.

    FAQ

    Why Should I Clean My Air Ducts?

    NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association) recommends cleaning ducts every two to three years to improve indoor air quality. Dust, pollen, dirt, and pet hair can build up in ducts, causing blockages that reduce airflow. These buildups can also become airborne. If you use an evaporative cooler during the summer with different ductwork than your forced air heating, you’ve certainly seen the amount of dust that comes out the first few times you use it in the fall. Cleaning can lower the levels of material blown out of your ducts. It also can save you money on utility bills by removing blockages that prevent your HVAC from working at its peak efficiency. Apart from the more pressing health concerns, build ups of unwanted substances can cause unpleasant odors that travel through your home. Cleaning your ducts addresses these issues.

    Can Cleaning Air Ducts Help With Allergies and Respiratory Conditions?

    If you blow dust off a surface, your first reaction is likely to be a sneeze. Dirty ducts create the ideal surface and conditions for everything that is accumulating inside them to become airborne and distributed through your home. There are a variety of irritants and dangerous substances that can build up in your ductwork, including pet dander, polles, mold, and bacteria growth. Thus, it follows that giving them a clean will help alleviate issues in those sensitive to such irritants!

    Is Proper Licensure and Certification Really That Important?

    Yes! Cleaning ducts requires a variety of steps, such as cutting into ductwork, that can cause a ton of damage and require expensive repairs if done incorrectly. Ongoing training and education are absolutely necessary to ensure that technicians are versed in the latest technologies and best practices.

    Why is Certified NADCA Membership Important?

    NADCA members work in accordance with ACR, the NADCA Standard, which provides guidance on the proper and safe techniques required during HVAC inspection, cleaning and restoration procedures. This means that the work is done according to the absolute highest standards. There are a number of businesses who falsely use the NADCA logo on their sites. The best way to ensure that someone you’re hiring to work on your ducts is able to do the job well is to check their membership on https://nadca.com/. Click on the “Find a Professional” link in the top right to make sure the person your hiring is equipped with the training to do the job right.