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Duct Cleaning Tools – The Predator Whip

Whether we're cleaning air duct systems in a home or a commercial building, We've always got several duct cleaning tools at our disposal. Which ones we do use depends on the specific job. You've likely heard of a skipper ball or an air snake, and this is a common air tool that we always use in every case. But there are several kinds of skipper balls too... spinning ones, forward-blowing balls and reverse-blowing skipper balls. These should be common tools for most air duct cleaners. Besides the skipper balls, there are also scorpion and predator air whips available as well....Read More

What about video inspection cameras?

Frequently Asked Questions In my professional opinion, video inspection is unnecessary to effectively view and clean  the average residential duct system We can simply put our head up inside the Duct where our vacuum is hooked up and physically view the duct's interior with our own eyes. In fact many of the CHEAP wireless inspection cameras are of very poor quality and can actually make a dirty duct system appear to be clean. The technician will be unable to show you inside any of the heating vents with these cameras and he will be limited to showing you only a...Read More

Invisible Duct Cleaning Equipment vs. Massive Suction

I think its comical when I go surfing other duct cleaning sites on the web sometimes and I see them showing a picture of their truck and their equipment... sometimes they've got a cube van with all the hoses displayed on the ground in front of the back door, and you can see right into the truck. There's ladders hanging there, you can sometimes see a small shop vac in the picture and way up near the front you can see a compressor. But what I'd like to know is where is your vacuum equipment? Is what you're showing us...Read More