Commercial Air Duct Cleaning in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie & Indian River Counties



A Healthier Workplace Starts with Clean Air.

According to the EPA, the air you breathe indoors can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside. Indoor air pollution can lead to a variety of illnesses, from colds and sore throats to headaches, asthma, allergies and chronic fatigue, which in turn cause employee downtime.


When contaminants, dust, mold and debris build up in your air ducts, it causes the system to work harder, which translates into more energy costs. Not only does cleaning your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system lead to a healthier workplace, it also increases energy efficiency and can reduce your energy costs.

Let Stanley Steemer show you exactly how much dirt has collected in your HVAC system with a free inspection of your air ducts. Once a skilled technician has completed the assessment and inspection, we will outline the work needed and the timeframe to for completion in a scope-of-work document.

Next, we thoroughly clean every component of your building’s ventilation system, including outdoor air intakes, air handling unit components, VAV boxes and reheat coils, and supply, return and exhaust ductwork. With Stanley Steemer air duct cleaning, our qualified, NADCA-certified technicians use powerful equipment to eradicate pollutants from your HVAC system.

Throughout the HVAC cleaning process, we ensure minimal disruption to your business’s operations by containing our work areas and maintaining an open line of communication with your employees. Once the work is complete, we conduct a final inspection, and provide you with before and after pictures of your HVAC system.

At Stanley Steemer, we want you to be completely satisfied with our results. As such, only highly trained, certified technicians perform the work. Take the first step in providing a healthier and more energy efficient work environment-Call Stanley Steemer today!

Steemer of South Florida covers nearly all of the Dade and Broward Counties, including the following towns and Zip Codes:

Palm Beach County

    City: Zip Code(s)

  • Belle Glade: 33430
  • Boca Raton: 33496, 33487, 33486, 33498, 33431, 33432, 33434, 33428, 33433
  • Boynton Beach: 33437, 33436, 33435, 33472, 33473, 33426
  • Delray Beach: 33483, 33446, 33444, 33484, 33445
  • Greenacres: 33413
  • Lantana: 33462
  • Pahokee: 33476
  • Palm Beach: 33480
  • South Bay: 33493
  • Wellington: 33414
  • West Palm Beach: 33415, 33405, 33406, 33401

Other Popular Areas We Service in Palm Beach County

  • Aberdeen
  • Atlantis
  • Briny Breeze
  • Cloud lake
  • Dunes Road
  • Glen Ridge
  • Golf
  • Gulf stream
  • Haverhill
  • Highland Beach
  • Hypoluxo
  • Juno Beach
  • Juno Ridge
  • Jupiter Inlet Colony
  • Kings Point
  • Lake Belvedere Estates
  • Lake Clarke Shores
  • Lake Harbor
  • Limestone Creek
  • Loxahatchee Groves
  • Manalapan
  • Mangonia Park
  • Ocean Ridge
  • Palm Beach Shores
  • Palm Springs
  • Royal Palm Estates
  • Schall Circle
  • South Palm Beach
  • Stacey Street
  • Tequesta
  • Westgate-Belvedere

Indian River County

  • Fellsmere: 32948
  • Florida Ridge: 32962
  • Sebastian: 32958
  • Vero Beach: 32967, 32960, 32963
  • Vero Beach South: 32968
  • Wabasso: 32970
  • West Vero Corridor: 32966

Martin County

  • Hobe Sound: 33455
  • Jensen Beach: 34957
  • Jupiter Island
  • Ocean Breeze
  • Northern River Shores
  • Palm City: 34990
  • Port Salerno
  • Rio
  • Stuart: 34997, 34996, 34994
  • St. Lucie County

    • Fort Pierce: 34945, 34981, 34949, 34947, 34982, 34950
    • Fort Pierce North: 34946
    • Fort Pierce South
    • Indian River Estates
    • Lakewood Park: 34951
    • Port St. Lucie: 34984, 34987, 34986, 34952, 34983, 34953
    • St. Lucie Village
    • White City

FAQ

A: Air duct cleaning is crucial to your health and your budget. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that an average six-room home collects 40 pounds of dust, dirt and other allergens throughout the year. If left uncleaned, the allergens are then circulated into the air inside your home, being especially harmful to those with asthma and allergies. The buildup of dust and debris also weakens the performance of your HVAC unit, causing it to work harder which results in higher energy bills. If left alone, this could cause you to have to replace your entire HVAC unit.
A: It is recommended that you have your air ducts cleaned at least every three to five years. You should also have your air ducts cleaned if you’ve recently had furnace or ductwork completed, if you’ve recently remodeled or constructed your home and if there has been recent flooding or water damage, as all of these scenarios can cause excessive build-up of sediment, dust and bacteria.
A: The signs you should look for when determining if you need your air ducts cleaned are: dirty vent covers, dark lines on walls or ceilings, excessive dust on tables and objects, difference in temperature from room to room and a spike in your energy bill.
A: After technicians complete a thorough inspection, they use a HEPA-filtered vacuum system to clean the furnace, evaporator coil, blower and vent covers. Then the vacuum is attached to the main trunk line in combination with agitation tools that loosen and pull out debris that has settled deep within the duct system. After all of that is completed, compressed air is blown through each duct to ensure the vacuum effectively removes all debris.
A: Stanley Steemer technicians are asthma and allergy-friendly certified, meaning we provide cleaning methods that have been rigorously tested and proven to effectively remove the majority of allergens in the air, which is one of the main reasons to get an air duct cleaning. We also offer asthma and allergy-friendly certified HVAC filters designed specifically to trap pollutants and allergens while prohibiting the spread and growth of bacteria on the filter.