Indoor Air Professionals

About DUCTZ

The Air Duct Cleaning Professionals

Since 2002, DUCTZ has been providing industry-leading air duct cleaning and HVAC restoration services for residential and commercial properties alike. We pride ourselves on our strict adherence to NADCA and ACCA standards, as well as the guidelines set forth by the EPA. Our highly trained and certified professionals perform each job to the highest standards using advanced techniques, tools, and equipment so that you can rest assured the task is done thoroughly. And we provide you with a report after we are finished including before and after photos.

DUCTZ is a national brand that continues growing throughout the country. Our HVAC restoration franchise has been listed on INC.’s Top 500 Fastest-Growing Companies and on Entrepreneur’s Top Service Franchise list and Best Home-Based Business list. Our DUCTZ franchisees are locally owned and operated in territories across the U.S.

Schedule service today and see for yourself why DUCTZ is the premier HVAC restoration and air duct cleaning company!

Our Industry Standards

At DUCTZ, we ensure our highly qualified professionals are fully trained on and adhere to the highest air duct cleaning and HVAC restoration industry standards. These standards are recognized by all HVAC advocacy groups, and they allow us to ensure every DUCTZ professional across the country follows the same strict protocols, in both residential and commercial settings, for consistently exceptional results. Learn more about these standards below.

NADCA Standard: ACR2013 for Assessment, Cleaning, and Restoration of HVAC Systems

Developed and published by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, this standard outlines how we go about assessing and evaluating the cleanliness and condition of new and existing HVAC systems, as well as the proper practices for cleaning and restoration procedures.

ACCA Standard 6: Restoring the Cleanliness of Residential and Commercial HVAC Systems

Also referred to as ANSI/ACCA 6 QR-2015, this standard provides in-depth guidelines for restoring HVAC systems while minimally impacting building occupants, building structure, or indoor air quality during the process. It also covers methods for improving indoor air quality and equipment lifespan.

NADCA Dryer Vent Cleaning Protocol: Standard for Measuring Residential Dryer Exhaust Duct Performance (DEDP)

This standard assists with testing the performance of a newly constructed or existing dryer exhaust duct systems. It also helps establish and maintain the knowledge and competence of professionals who work in the dryer exhaust and vent cleaning industry.

We’re happy to tell you more about our high standards! Contact us today to schedule service.

Your Indoor Air Professionals

Ductz is the trusted name in Air Duct & HVAC Restoration Services

Dryer on fire with warning symbol

Dryer Vent Warning Signs

  • Excess lint left on your clothing
  • Clothes that are abnormally hot to the touch after drying
  • Increased drying time surpassing 35-40 min
  • The top of the dryer is hot to the touch while running
  • No lint visible on the lint screen
  • Dryer repeatedly shuts off during the drying cycle
  • They were very professional, checked and re-checked that everything was back in working order before leaving and even took the time to make help me out with other tasks.

    Anonymous
  • The technician was a very pleasant young man. He was very respectful of my home.

    Anonymous
  • Very thorough and polite.

    Mary S

Reasons to Choose DUCTZ

When it comes to your commercial or residential property, don't hire just anyone to clean your vents. Our DUCTZ professionals have the training and tools necessary to not only get the job done right, but to have the results last. Our cleaners are ready to help you save energy and money while protecting your health.

  • We offer upfront, honest pricing on all our services.
  • We personalize our cleaning services to your needs.
  • We utilize a proven cleaning method with 127 identifiable tasks.
  • We adhere to guidelines set by NADCA, ACCA and the EPA.
  • We provide a picture report to verify that your system has been cleaned.