Duct Cleaning ~ Dryer Vent Cleaning


Residential & Commercial Air Duct Cleaning In San Diego County, 

Whether you run your heat or a/c part time or year round, whether your home or business is brand new or lived in for a while, a good duct cleaning is never a bad idea. Have you ever really thought about the air you’re breathing in your home every day? The same air is constantly recycled every time your turn on your AC or Furnace. Every cycle, all day, all night, picks up and leaves behind dirt and debris in your ducts and vents. The air you breathe is constantly pushed past through this dust and dirt every time you turn your HVAC. Who wouldn’t prefer to breathe in crisp, fresh air? Free of allergens, dust, and dander….

Why Clean Your Air Ducts and Vents?

  • Remove harmful bacteria, dust particulates, dust mites, pet dander, skin dander, pollen,  lint and many other contaminates from your air ducts and dryer vents. 
  • Help reduce symptoms of asthma, allergies, headaches, and other respiratory conditions.
  • Improve the efficiencies of your HVAC system and dryer, potentially lowering your energy bill.
  • Increase dryer efficiencies and reduce potential liabilities by thoroughly cleaning out the dryer vent system. 
  • Promote a cleaner, healthier indoor air (IAQ) environment that helps your whole family breathe easier.  

Improve Air Quality – According the EPA, indoor air can be more polluted than outdoor air. Independent Heating & Air-Conditioning's duct cleaning services can help remove dust, dirt, germs, and other contaminants in your HVAC system, making the air you breathe fresh and clean.

Increased Energy Efficiency – Based on reports from the US Dept. of Energy, 25-40% of energy for heating and cooling systems are wasted. Does your system seem louder than it should be or louder than it was before? Is your AC or Heat cycling back on more and more often? How about your electric bill, has it seen better days?

Part of the culprit could very well be dirty ducts and clogged filters.

Extend the life of your HVAC – Dirty ducts and clogged filters make your system work harder and longer for less results. A good cleaning by our technicians could extend the functional life of your system. 


Our System Sanitization Can Help Eliminate Bad Smells – Smokers in the house, or pets that shed high amounts of hair or dander can often leave odors retained in the closed cycle of your HVAC. If running your heating or cooling gives the house a musty or slightly unpleasant order, we can fix that too. Our Hand held fogger, atomizes EPA registered, antimicrobial chemicals to disinfect, prevent mold, and deodorize your central air ducts, in your home or business. Mold prevention – When organic material like dust and dirt accumulate in your air ducts, there is a higher likelihood that mold could form. When this material becomes moist and damp, it can lead to mold growth. 

Envirocon HVAC Systems Environmental Deodorizer+Sanitization 

~Product Description~

A point of contact application, EnviroCON® eliminates odors at their source through a chlorine dioxide release-process that destroys organisms at the origin. EnviroCON® uses no perfumes or masking agents.

EnviroCON® is an EPA registered, ready to use, safe, low toxicity formulation that inhibits the growth of odor causing organisms as well as those organisms associated with mold, mildew and bacterial growth in the air and in HVAC 


When a dryer vent and the dryer ducts are clogged with lint, air flow is restricted, causing your dryer to work harder and use more energy. This creates higher utility bills and a greater chance of the appliance breaking down. Appliance repairs and/or replacement can be expensive. You can prolong the life of your clothes dryer with proper dryer vent cleaning and maintenance.

Signs That Your Dryer Vent Needs Cleaning

  • Dry cycles take much longer than they used to.
  • Clothes either come out way too hot, or still slightly damp.
  • Lint is noticeably built up and not adhering completely to filter.
  • Room gets noticeably hotter when dryer is running.

The Scary Part of Clogged Dryer Vents
The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that more than 15,000 clothes dryer related fires occur annually. There are over 20 deaths, 320 injuries, as well as over $244 million in damaged property in recent years as stated by the commission. The most frequent place to begin for such fires was the dryer vent area. The dryer usually overheats, the lint then catches fire, and of course the fire will certainly be helped by combustibles within the immediate vicinity.