Professional Air Duct Sanitizing for Metro Detroit

Bringing Cleaner Indoor Air to SE Michigan

Bringing Cleaner Indoor Air to SE Michigan

Air Duct Sanitizing
for Metro Detroit

Clean Air Starts Here!

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What is Air Duct Sanitizing?

Our experienced technicians get your air ducts the cleanest possible.

Air duct sanitizing is the process of using an antimicrobial, Sporicidin, inside the HVAC ducts in your home to eliminate mold, mildew, bacteria, viruses, and fungus.  Application of this product addresses both the mature growth and spores preventing further growth after application.

Air duct sanitization is used in conjunction with duct cleaning which ensures the interior of the ductwork is clean before application.

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What is the difference between Air Duct Sanitizing and Air Duct Cleaning?

Sanitizing and cleaning of your air ducts are similar, but there are distinct differences.  Cleaning is designed to remove dust, debris, and the buildup of solid particles in the ducting system.  Sanitizing is the second step in the process that applies chemicals that eliminate and/or prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew.

How does the Cleaning and Sanitization process work?

When you schedule an air duct cleaning and sanitizing appointment, we’ll start by cleaning your air ducts to remove the dust and other solid particles.  We use a commercial grade, truck mounted system to create a negative air pressure cleaning environment.  Once all the dust and debris is removed from the duct work in your home, we continue with the sanitization process.  We’ll using a fogging system to aerosolize the sanitizing chemicals so they can effectively coat the interior surfaces of the ducts.

What Our Customers are Saying

Awesome Job!

Jamie L.

“Awesome job! Great prices and friendly professional staff! Would definitely recommend them and use them again in the future!! Thanks guys!!”

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Sirnath G.

“SUPER impressed with the professionalism and workmanship. The price was reasonable when taking into account the number of hours spent plus hours running the machinery…

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Jenna L.

“The service team was great! It was a friendly and efficient process overall and I would recommend them to anyone.”

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Do I need to have my air ducts sanitized?

Most homes do not need their air ducts sanitized.  However, if you’ve had mold, mildew, or other air borne contaminants in the home, you should consider sanitizing and disinfecting your ducts.  Duct work can provide a moist environment for mold spores to flourish and it’s important to eliminate the risk of these spores settling in your HVAC system if your home has been exposed.

Also, if you’ve had water damage in your home from a flooding event, you should consider getting your ducting sanitized.

As a rule of thumb, you should request sanitizing if

  • There have been mold, mildew, bacteria, or other contaminants present in the home
  • Anyone in the home has respiratory health concerns
  • Pests, including mice or roaches, have entered the HVAC system
  • A water damage event occurred in your home
  • The HVAC system had a leak affecting the ducts

Bad odors intensify when the HVAC system is on

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Is Air Duct Sanitizing Safe for Your Family?

The products used for sanitizing your air ducts are rated by the EPA with a very low oral, dermal, inhalation and skin irritation rate.  It is the lowest rating for antimicrobials given by the EPA.  When it is applied correctly by our experienced technicians, it should not be a cause for concern.  In fact, this product is commonly used in hospitals as a cleaning agent.

In addition, because the products are fogged into the ductwork in small quantities, they will coat the inside of the ducts, but will not blow back through the system and into the home.  However, if you prefer, leaving the home for several hours after treatment will allow the aerosolized chemical to fully settle out of the air.

HVAC filter clogged with hair, dust and debris
Exceptionally dirty filters may indicate contiminants in the air duct system.

How Often Do I need to have my Air Ducts Sanitized?

Sanitization should only be done when there is a need for it.  We do not recommend it as a routine procedure.  However, if your home has experienced one of the “risk factors” listed above then we do recommend having it done.  For example, if you’ve had water damage in your home, applying a sanitizer to your ductwork may be necessary.

You can call us at 248-497-6464 now to schedule an appointment.

Request your Quote & Schedule Sanitizing Services

You can request your quote for air duct cleaning and sanitizing using our online form or call or text us at 248-497-6464.

Hydro Clean of Michigan serves the SE Michigan and Metro Detroit areas.  From our offices in White Lake, we cover east to Farmington Hills, south to Livonia, west to Brighton, and North to Clarkston. 

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Serving Southeast Michigan from the White Lake area.

Phone: (248) 497-6464


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Why Choose Us

6 Reasons Metro Detroit Chooses Hydro Clean of Michigan

Free Camera Inspection

With each job, we show our clients the difference in their ducts with before and after camera inspections.

We're Local

As a local air duct cleaning company, we understand the value of doing great work & providing excellent customer service.

Experienced Technicians

Our air duct cleaning and water restoration technicians are up-to-date on the best methods for protecting your home.

Excellent Communication

We take the time to explain our process to our customers, so you’ll know exactly what to expect with your air duct cleaning.

Best Equipment for Job

Our commercial-grade negative air pressure system with air whip agitation fully removes any dust from your air duct or dryer vent.

Attention to Detail

We don’t rush jobs or cut corners. No matter what our customers need, we are committed to doing a great job.

Our Duct Cleaning Service Area by County

Not sure if we cover your area with our dryer vent and air duct cleaning services?  Give us a call.  In general, our services cover all of Oakland County, eastern Livingston County and northwest Wayne County.

Oakland County:

Auburn Hills, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Clarkston, Clawson, Commerce Township, Davisburg, Farmington, Ferndale, Franklin, Hazel Park, Highland, Holly, Huntington Woods, Keego Harbor, Lake Orion, Lakeville, Leonard, Madison Heights, Milford, New Hudson, Novi, Oak Park, Oakland, Ortonville, Oxford, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester, Royal Oak, South Lyon, Southfield, Troy, Union Lake, Walled Lake, Waterford, West Bloomfield, White Lake, Wixom

Livingston County:

Brighton, Green Oak, Hartland, Parshallville, Whitmore Lake

Wayne County:

Canton, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth, Westland

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