Quality Air Duct Cleaning Services in New Jersey

   DRX Duct Cleaning NJ    (908) 755-2950

Vent Cleaning NJ

NJ Duct Cleaning residential duct cleaning service

Vent Cleaning NJ – Air Duct Cleanings

DRX Duct Cleaning in New Jersey is committed to giving superior Residential Services for Duct Cleaning customers in NJ. Our trained technicians take special care in protecting your home and performing the job in the cleanest and most professional manner available. We use the most advanced equipment available. Call today for a free estimate on Residential Services for Duct Cleaning homes in NJ.


At DRX Duct Cleaning in NJ, we have been providing Vent Cleaning NJ  to homes with 50 years of HVAC and Duct Cleaning Experience. Our unique 10-step cleaning process applies negative air pressure source removal when cleaning the HVAC conveyance system. This cleaning procedure is the BEST effective source removal method currently available. Our certified procedures strictly follow the guidelines and principles set forth by NADCA and the Indoor Air Quality Association.

We recently have been awarded the 2012, 2013, 2014 Super Service Award by Angie?s List. In addition, the Better Business Bureau issues us a rating of “A+”.


DRX Duct Cleaning strives to go the extra mile, so you will be pleased with our Residential Services and the quality of our work. We have a highly trained workforce, and place an emphasis on professionalism. Our worksites are clean, safe, and drug & alcohol free. Our employees are outfitted with state of the machinery, tools, equipment, and procedures capable of handling any project. Feel free to contact us or any of our referrals with your questions.

Our exclusively Vent Cleaning NJ process
  • The supply and return sides of the HVAC system are “zoned” so they can be cleaned separately. This is usually accomplished using zone bags.
  • An access hole is cut into the return side of the HVAC system, the vacuum is connected using a connection collar and the vacuum is turned on.
  • Each return vent cover is carefully removed and vacuumed cleaned.
  • Starting with the farthest branch from the vacuum and working toward the closest, each branch is individually cleaned back to the main trunk using a combination of compressed air and physical agitation tools.
  • Any rolling dust conditions will be removed with this process.
  • After all the branch runs have been cleaned, the main trunk is cleaned back to the vacuum.
  • Once the return side has been cleaned, the supply side will then be cleaned. All supply registers will be cleaned using compressed air and initiation on the main trunk lines. Any etched or rolling dust conditions will be removed with this process.
  • After the entire ductwork has been cleaned, the ductwork can then be sanitized and the furnace can be air washed if applicable.
  • Once the entire cleaning process is completed, all access holes are completely closed and insulated sealing off any leaks, making the duct systems easily accessible for repeat cleaning.