Furnace & Duct Cleaning
Get improved indoor air quality, lower energy bills, and a cleaner, safer home.
We’ve been serving Calgary with best in class furnace and duct cleaning, service, furnace repairs, and installation for over 10 years.
See below for our furnace and duct cleaning prices, packages, and add-ons.
Each appointment includes:
Prices & Packages
- Each additional vent is $9.95
- AC or high-efficiency cleaning add $44.95
- Supply Standard MERV 8 Furnace Filter
- Remove & Clean Furnace Blower Motor
- Clean Hot Water Tank Burners
- Blow Gun High Pressure Air Wash
- Back Skipper
What is a Skipper?
- Each additional vent is $12.95
- AC or high-efficiency cleaning add $44.95
- Everything in Silver Package
- Free Ground Floor Dryer Vent Cleaning
- High Speed Rotary Brush Cleaning
Why should I clean my Dryer Vent?
• It greatly reduces the chance of a dryer fire
• Cut down drying times through greater efficiency
• Considerably lower your utility bills
• Extends the life span of your dryer
• Lessens the amount of allergens in your house
• Badly maintained dryer vents are one of the top five causes for house fires
What is the benefit of brush cleaning?
Our high speed rotary brushing equipment brushes clean the entire interior surface of your duct work, physically sweeping away all dust, pet hair and debris that may be lurking in your duct work. The equipment cleans the entire length of your duct work. This ensures the most thorough cleaning possible, giving you a peace of mind knowing that your duct work is clean and the air you’re breathing is free from contaminants.
Platinum Total CareFurnace Cleaning & Maintenance Plan
- Each additional vent is $13.95
- AC or high-efficiency cleaning add $44.95
- Everything in Platinum Package
- Reverse Octopus Whip
- 2 year Total Care Plan, including:
- 2 year furnace filter supply (8 filters)
- Priority no-heat emergency call out
- 20% discount on all services for 2 years
What is an Octopus Whip?
| Furnace Tune Up with Furnace & Duct Cleaning |
Why should I tune up my furnace?
| Bypass – Required for cleaning A/C and high-efficiency furnaces (includes patches and sealing) |
Why is a bypass necessary?
|Additional Furnace Cleaning – Per furnace in the same property||$59.95|
|Additional Furnace Cleaning, Platinum Total Care – Per furnace in the same property||$99.95|
| Dryer Vent Cleaning – Ground Floor |
Why should I clean my dryer vent?
|Dryer Vent Cleaning – 2nd Floor or Rooftop||$99.95|
| Exhaust Flu Stack Cleaning |
Why should I clean my exhaust flu stack?
| Microban Duct Work Sanitizing (per furnace)|
Why should I sanitize my duct work?
| Heat Recovery Ventilator Cleaning |
Why should I clean my HRV?
Advanpro believes in honest, up front pricing. There are NO hidden environmental or disposal fees.
Why is a Bypass Procedure necessary?
The secondary heat exchanger in a high efficiency furnace and A/C coil has delicate, closely spaced fins that must be protected during your furnace and duct cleaning. Our bypass procedure involves temporarily installing a filter above the heat exchanger or A/C coil. Our duct vacuum is also positioned above the heat exchanger and A/C coil. This added procedure ensures that all dust and debris in your supply duct work is collected before it enters your delicate secondary heat exchanger or A/C coil, preventing any damage. Standard furnaces do not have secondary heat exchangers that are affected by debris passing through them and do not require this additional procedure.
Why should I have my Exhaust Flu Stack Cleaned?
Mid efficient furnaces, produce a mildly corrosive byproduct which condenses in the furnace exhaust stack/flu. This produces a white sand like substance. Over time this substance collects near the inducer/venter motor in your furnace, restricting exhaust gas flow and also working its way into the inducer motor itself. Premature wear on the furnace is the result. An exhaust flu stack cleaning removes this build up allowing your furnace to function as designed, maximizing your furnace life and reducing the chance of failure and a costly emergency service appointment. This also provides comfort knowing that you can rely on your furnace to keep you comfortable during the winter.
Why should I have my Furnace Tuned Up?
A furnace tune up is great preventative maintenance. During our 30+ point inspection we check all of the systems in the furnace to determine if any components are nearing the end of their life span. This enables you to preemptively have parts replaced before they break, helping you avoid a no heat situation and a costly emergency service appointment. Relax knowing you can rely on your furnace to keep you comfortable during the winter with Advanpro.
Why Should I have my Duct Work sanitized?
If you or your loved ones suffer from respiratory issues or allergies, or you’re concerned about the quality of the air that you are breathing, then our sanitizing treatment will give you the reassurance that your ductwork is sterile and free of debris that could negatively impact your respiratory and overall health.
Microban is our hospital grade sanitizing solution which kills 99.99% of germs. It effectively eliminates germs, viruses, funguses, molds and other pathogens that may be lurking in your duct work.
We also offer Benefect, an all-natural sanitizer made form plant extracts which also kills 99.99% of germs, viruses, funguses and molds.
Why Should I Clean My HRV?
Most homes built in the last few years have a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV). An HRV replaces stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air in a highly energy efficient manner, year round.
As with any air handling equipment in your home, your HRV should be cleaned regularly to ensure the best possible air quality in your home.
Give us a call and we can tell you if you’ve got an HRV in your home and discuss the benefits of having it cleaned during your furnace and duct cleaning service.
All Furnace & Duct Cleanings Include:
Pre-cleaning Checklist – Introduction & Preparation
Furnace Duct Cleaning Checklist
Frequently Asked Questions
Improved Indoor Air Quality — Here in Calgary, our homes are often shuttered up for months during the long, cold Canadian winter. Your ducts bring fresh air into your home, meaning if they’re clogged, you’re not getting enough fresh air. Clean ducts and a clean furnace will substantially improve the quality of air that you and your family are breathing day and night.
Improved Energy Consumption, Meaning Lower Energy Bills — A clean furnace and ductwork will dramatically improve the workability and efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Air will flow more easily because the furnace won’t have to work as hard to pull it in or to move it around. And a more efficient furnace means lower energy bills, which saves you money.
A Cleaner House — Dirty air ducts recycle dust, debris, and air pollutants throughout your home. You will dust and wipe your surfaces, only to find they’re dirty all over again just a couple of days later because everything you dusted away just got pulled back in and blown back out. Cleaning your ducts and filters will solve this problem!
A visit from professional, uniformed, friendly, and highly-trained technicians in a clean, clearly-labeled vehicle containing state of the art furnace and duct cleaning equipment.
Our professional team aims to provide you with efficient, professional, thorough, and comprehensive furnace cleaning and maintenance services, and to keep you a customer for life.
What services do we provide? Read on for a list of our services.
In order for your HVAC system to run at its peak performance we suggest to do annual cleanings.
We recommend replacing your furnace’s air filter on a regular basis to ensure the cleanest air quality in your home or business.
Furnace cleaning may allow systems to run more efficiently by removing debris from sensitive mechanical components. Clean, efficient systems are less likely to break down, have a longer life span, and generally operate more effectively than dirty systems.
Pollutants are in the air all around us. Just look at any surface in your house that isn’t used frequently, and you can see the dust that has accumulated. Where does the dust come from? The chief culprits are people (dead skin and whatever we track into the house) and pets (hair and dust and dirt tracked in from outside). Environmental factors also play a role (pollen, dust, dirt).
But dust, dirt, debris, and airborne particles don’t just fall on surfaces; they accumulate and build up in your ductwork, furnace filtration system, furnace fan, and in any component that is integral to moving, heating, or cooling your air. With time, these buildups can interfere with the functioning of your heating and cooling systems, either by obstructing or blocking fresh air intakes and filters, gathering in your air vents and ductwork, or jamming the moving parts in your furnace.
Think of your furnace like your heart and ducts like your body’s vascular system (your veins and arteries). If you have plaque build-up in a major artery, it can eventually reach your heart, causing a blockage there or somewhere else your heart pumps it to. The build-up of pollutants in your furnace or ducts has the same effect:
- The furnace will cycle dust and other airborne pollutants throughout your house.
- Obstructions in intake systems make it harder for fresh air to get in, reducing airflow and resulting in air that smells “stale.”
- Your furnace has to work harder to cycle air through blocked ducts, putting strain on your furnace, causing temperature imbalances in different areas of your home, and leading to higher energy costs.
But these aren’t the worst of the ill effects. All those pollutants building up in your ductwork? You’re breathing all of that in. That’s bad even for a healthy adult, but especially for those individuals who are considered at a “higher risk” for infection or pulmonary conditions, including the elderly, very young children, and individuals with allergies, asthma, or chronic pulmonary disease (CPD).