Then we will dislodge the dust and impurities inside the ducts. The technician uses rotating brushes, air nozzles and nozzles with integrated whisks. The choice to use the nozzle or the brush is according to your ducts. Our experts will use the right tools so that they rotate well in the elbows of the system and produce good friction. These tools blow a strong air jet, dislodge and
bump the dust towards the sensor installed near your furnace or on the main air return. This high-speed negative air sensor is installed to suck up anything that will be dislodged from your ducts. It sucks between 2500 to 5000 cubic feet per minute (CFM). To give you an idea, your home appliance sucks between 100 to 150 CFM. We recommend disinfecting your ducts after cleaning. Our technicians use a botanical disinfectant approved by Health Canada of BENEFECT brand. This product is made of 100% natural tym. It is used in hospitals, schools and restaurants. It is sprayed into your ducts to eliminate all bacteria and mold spores. All our work is guaranteed. If you are not satisfied, we will return to your home free of charge. Several studies, including one from Health Canada, state that house dust is heavily contaminated. Since we spend a good part of our lives indoors, whether at work or at home, air quality must be a major concern for our health and well-being. Sanipure suggests to their client to have their vent pipe cleaned once every 4-5 years. It is also important to clean up if you have been damaged by water or fire, when moving to a new house and when renovating.
The cleaning of the dryer duct is often neglected. However, it is proved that regular maintenance reduces drying time and therefore the electricity bill. In addition, lint build up can cause breakage of your appliance and even increases the risk of fire. Our technique, which is most often used in industry, is the pulse technique with a powerful air compressor that ejects all the lint and dust from the inside of the duct without forgetting the flexible duct that communicates with the dryer. Our recommendation on cleaning your dryer duct differs from property to property. The use of the dryer, the length of your ducts and the number of elbows will allow us to tell you when you need to clean it.
Air exchangers are becoming more important and even mandatory in some types of construction. They remove the stale and damp air outside and replace
it with fresh air that is filtered. Well maintained, this device allows you to breathe better. Fresh air is distributed through ducts or accumulates several kinds of impurities that could harm your health.
To clean the air exchanger ducts, the Nettoyage SANIPURE team uses the most recognized method of drive / friction / suction. A rod is inserted into your ducts to blow dirt at the end of the duct. In addition to blowing air, this rod acts as a whip to dislodge impurities that resist the pulsating air.
Finally, an air sensor is installed to recover all dust and impurities. We recommend spraying with an antibacterial to ensure that no mold or bacteria is resistant to cleaning.