Air Duct Cleaning St. Louis

Air Duct Cleaning St. Louis since 2010, we are one of the most advanced air duct cleaning companies in the St. Louis metro area. Huck’s uses duct cleaning technologies that offer the only self-contained method that simultaneously brushes and vacuums the debris. Unlike other St. Louis air duct cleaners, we use the negative air duct cleaning method. This method brushes the dirt loose inside the air duct and eliminates it by powerful dual vacuums. All debris is collected in the powerful vacuum’s bag and HEPA filters. Further, there is no exhaust for the dust to escape our equipment.  

Commercial and Residential Duct Cleaning

When your home or office building requires air duct cleaning, we can help you take care of the problem today.  At Huck’s Air Duct Cleaning St. Louis, we provide services that will ensure that the air in your home or office stays clean, in turn keeping your family and employees cool, comfortable and safe.  We make it our top priority to provide all of our customers with affordable and dependable services.

We use only top-of-the-line NIKRO air duct cleaning equipment.  Unlike other companies, we use specially designed equipment for air ducts.  Other carpet cleaning companies use truckmounts to clean air ducts.  Truckmounts are for cleaning CARPET – not air ducts.  There is a big difference in the outcome.

Why do I need air duct cleaning?

The need for air duct cleaning depends on a variety of factors in your home, including presence of pets, the kind of carpets and rugs, furniture upholstery types, smoking, recent renovations, regional factors such as nearness to the ocean or desert, local weather conditions and overall home cleanliness. We recommend air duct cleaning and air system cleaning approximately every 24 months. Keep in mind that dirty coils, blowers, and clogged filters can cut efficiency by as much as 40 percent according to the U.S Department of Energy.

Call Huck’s Air Duct Cleaning St. Louis today to schedule your appointment.  Get rid of dust and debris in your recirculating air that provides a breeding ground for dust mites, mold spores, fungi, and other allergens.

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