A thorough duct cleaning shouldn’t be treated as add-on service to a carpet cleaning. Expect to pay several hundred dollars — up to somewhere in the neighborhood of $500-$1,000 and be ready for the job to take at least two to four hours to complete.
A quality duct cleaning isn’t complete without your HVAC system being cleaned at the same time. Duct cleaners aren’t legally allowed to touch your HVAC unless they have a current HVAC license.
Cleaning the ducts and the system will do you no good if you don't seal the register box opening to the ceiling and the return air grille. Sealing prevents air from leaking out and also from sucking dirty air in.
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