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Residential Air Duct Cleaning  in Minneapolis-St. Paul
Improve the Air Quality of Your Home

Many St. Paul and Twin Cities home owners have their home furnace system and ductwork cleaned every two years. Dirt, dust and even pet dander can block the airflow, which is not optimal for your heating and cooling system. Plus, the quality of the air affects the growth of molds, bacteria, mites, and allergens. Our residential air duct cleaning for Minneapolis-St. Paul area houses aides in preventing these elements to be released in your home and air. 


Air Ducts can get build up from:

  • Recirculation of dirty air from the duct work

  • Cigarette smoke

  • High-traffic areas or areas with more children

  • Pets that shed high amounts of hair and dander

  • Newly constructed or remodeled rooms

  • Water contamination

  • Fire damage


Poor air quality can affect:

  • Excessive household dust

  • Distinct odor when the system is turned on

  • Headaches

  • Sinus congestion

  • Allergy and asthma problems

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A proper cleaning can help with:

  • Elimination of Bacteria, Molds, and Fungi

  • Cleaner Living Environment and a Reduction in Housework

  • Savings on Heating and Cooling Bills

  • Fresher, Healthier Air

  • Increased System Efficiency

  • Relief from Allergens

Homeplace Furnace has three professional cleaning procedures:

Air Sweep Method

Our experienced team for ductwork cleaning in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area connects a powerful truck-mounted vacuum (equivalent to 68 shop-vacs) to your air system near the furnace, thus creating a larger vacuum out of your ventilation system.

We'll keep your home clean as we work through the processes.

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Manual Brush Method

This is a great service for the homeowner experiencing more dust than usual or a home that has not been serviced for an extended period of time. In addition to the Air Sweep Method, this procedure also encompasses the use of manual brushing in the main trunk lines.

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Elite Rotary Brush Method

This method features the best of all three available options: rotary spinning brushes, manual brushing, and forward and reverse air sweeps. This procedure is ideal for homes that have not been serviced for a prolonged period of time or are experiencing high levels of dust.

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Please note that depending on your home layout and other circumstances, the truck mounted suction system may not always be the optimal solution. In those cases, we have a portable unit that we bring into the home to use. Our main goal is getting your ducts cleaned with the least intrusive yet most effective solution possible. Our residential air duct cleaning experts in Minneapolis-St. Paul will assist you in the best methods for your space.

Learn about the benefits of duct cleaning with
Homeplace Furnace Duct and Fireplace Cleaning, Inc.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How often should I have my ducts cleaned?

Both the furnace, as well as the ductwork will operate at maximum capacity when serviced every two years. However, households with pets or allergy and asthma sufferers may need a cleaning more frequently.


How long will it take to have my ducts cleaned?

Time is dependent upon the size of the home and how difficult it is to remove the debris from the ventilation system. Our powerful equipment and specialized tools allow us to complete the average sized home in approximately 45-75 minutes using the air sweep method. Allow between 60 and 90 minutes for the stationary brush method, and from 1 1/2 to 3 hours for the rotary brush method. Expect more time for larger homes and special situations.


What do I need to do to prepare my home?

Our technicians for residential air duct cleaning in Minneapolis-St. Paul need access to every heat vent and cold air return. If possible, have large pieces of furniture pulled away from the vents. Also, make sure there is ample workspace around the furnace.


Is the procedure messy?

No. Our high-volume vacuum system removes the dust and contaminants from your home safely and cleanly. You should not have to do any additional house cleaning after we have cleaned.

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