Your air ducts work night and day to transfer air throughout your home. As it cycles treated air, it also catches dust, dander, stray hairs, dead skin cells, and other particles. As a result, these allergens build up and appear as a thin layer of dirt in your vents, which, over time, reduces your HVAC system’s efficiency and your home’s indoor air quality. But you don’t have to let it happen to you — just make sure routine HVAC air duct cleaning is a part of your home maintenance regimen.

ABA HVAC and Home Solutions specializes in HVAC air duct cleaning and other HVAC services. From duct replacement to insulation replacement to vent cleaning and sanitization and much more, call today for dedicated service with 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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Air Duct Replacement

Our Flex Ducts are affordable and durable. With this in mind, we can construct your new airflow system for maximum efficiency.

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Air Filters

Replacing your air filters increases your indoor air quality and helps ensure your HVAC system can work efficiently.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

The U.S. Fire Administration reports almost 3,000 dryer fires every year. In general, these are caused by clogged dryer vents.

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Combined with air duct cleaning, sanitization gives you the best possible indoor air quality. In effect, it’s killing germs while filtering out dust, dander, and other allergens.

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Furnace/AC/Heat Pump

Your heating and cooling systems work hard to provide you comfort all year long. Similarly, we work hard to make sure your HVAC appliances can keep working.

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How Often Do You Need HVAC Air Duct Cleaning?

We recommend getting professional home air duct and vent cleaning every one to three years. Because if it’s been longer than that, it’s very likely that there’s considerable dust and allergen buildup, reducing the quality of your indoor air.

When you get your air ducts thoroughly cleaned by a professional, you’ll notice a variety of immediate benefits:

  • Lower utility costs
  • Reduced risk of breakdowns
  • Increased airflow
  • Less coughing, sneezing, and other respiratory irritations
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What are the Benefits of Routine Air Duct & Vent Cleaning?

Your HVAC system works hard — and in order to ensure it can continue, you should think of regular HVAC cleaning and maintenance in the same light as a doctor’s appointment.

Well-maintained ductwork allows your HVAC system to run as efficiently as possible. When there’s less strain on the system, there’s less likelihood of sudden breakdowns. It also helps ensure your system has the longest possible lifespan. In essence, air duct cleaning is a small upfront cost that saves you money over the long run. It achieves this by reducing your utility bill and minimizing the risk of significant repairs.

We’re a Locally Owned HVAC Company That Goes the Extra Mile

What separates ABA HVAC and Home Solutions from other air duct cleaning companies? We’re a small company that started in the middle of the pandemic, but we come with over 20 years of owner experience. As a result, we strive for full transparency in everything we do. Our price for every service is given upfront, and we promise no “surprise” fees. Additionally, if you have any questions at any point in the process, we are happy to answer. From your attic to your crawl space, we’re here to make your HVAC run more efficiently.

How Does HVAC Air Duct Cleaning Work?

We use state-of-the-art air duct cleaning techniques. While many providers still use negative-pressure machinery or obsolete brushes that cause more harm than good, we use the advanced AirWave system. Unlike most commonly used air duct cleaning tools that offer limited precision, AirWave enables pinpoint distribution of compressed air throughout the system to safely dislodge all kinds of dust and debris.

We offer a variety of HVAC cleaning and maintenance solutions:

  • Cleaning all supply and return vents
  • Furnace and AC inspection
  • Filter inspections, cleaning, and upgrades
  • Duct sanitization

FAQs about Our HVAC Services

Got questions? We’ve got answers! If you don’t see your answer here, give us a call and speak with one of our knowledgeable experts.

What is HVAC?
HVAC is an acronym that stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It encompasses every component of your heating and cooling systems, from your furnace and air conditioner or heat pump down to the ductwork, air filters and registers.
When does a home need air duct and vent cleaning?
Ideally, your air ducts should be cleaned every year. At the very least, every three years. If you wait longer than this, your air ducts and vents will begin to accumulate allergens and particles that will cause reduces air quality and reduced HVAC efficiency.
Which HVAC maintenance tasks can I do myself?
HVAC is a complicated system. We don’t suggest doing most forms of maintenance by yourself — they’re better left to a heating or cooling professional.

But we do have a couple simple actions you can take to ensure your HVAC systems are running optimally.

Make sure the area around your unit is clear of debris and weeds. This will allow it to run unimpeded.
Change your air filters at least once a year or twice a year ideally. We suggest changing them at the beginning of spring and the beginning of fall.

When is the best time of year for HVAC maintenance?
The best time to schedule your service is before you expect to begin using the system. We recommend maintaining your air conditioner at the end of spring, right before the hot season starts. Get your heater serviced in the end of summer or beginning of fall before it starts to get really cold.
When is the best time of year to get your air ducts cleaned?
There’s no bad time of year for a professional air duct cleaning service. We recommend choosing a specific time of year when you get it done every year, and sticking to that schedule.