One of the most important things a person should always remember when being a head of a house hold is to clean the air ducts once a year. The air ducts collect a significant amount of dust, dirt and other debris during every single day. Imagine what you breath if you do not take care of the air ducts at your home at least once a year.

We use state-of-the-art, professional  equipment, including powered industrial vacuums and air powered brushes that thoroughly clean the air ducts. Our clean, safe, effective air duct cleaning process, is what sets AURA Air Duct Cleaning apart from other companies.

Our employees are experienced, friendly, helpful and professional. Our leading technicians have been with us for  over 5 years. All employees are background checked. We train our technicians to be the best at what they do



AURA Air Duct Cleaning provides first-rate services. Our commitment to good quality, professional services and workmanship has earned us many loyal customers that return to us year after year. We offer better than reasonable rates and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

After your first cleaning with AURA Air Duct Cleaning, we make sure you are satisfied and thankful for the job we did. It is wise to have your air ducts cleaned once a year to keep it in good shape.


For all the years we have been in business, AURA air duct cleaning company has been earning loyal customers. We do all the hard and dirty job for you, there is nothing you will be asked to do. Our technicians will take care of everything and make sure the air ducts are cleaned and that the air quality at your home is improved and purified. Maintaining the air ducts once a year is the perfect way to keep your family away from allergies and other health problems that might be caused from dirty air ducts.

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  The air that flows from our HVAC at home or work is critical to the maintenance of  a healthy indoor environment. One of the tools used to improve air quality that flows from the HVAC system is the UV-light. The UV-light is intended to help getting rid of any mold, mildew, bacteria and allergens that grow in the HVAC system. We provide UV-lights with a lifetime warranty which means we will take care of it in case something is wrong or in case the light burns out.


When we come to your home, first  we do a complete inspection of the whole A/C system. When we begin the air duct cleaning process, we open go through each duct to make sure it is all cleaned and inspected. We can even provide you with before and after photos so you can feel comfortable.


Moisture should not be present in ducts. The presence of condensation or high relative humidity is an important indicator of the potential for mold growth on any type of duct. Controlling moisture is the most effective way to prevent biological growth in air ducts. Moisture can enter the duct system through leaks or if the system has been improperly installed or serviced. Properly seal and insulate ducts in all spaces (e.g., attics and crawl spaces) that are not air conditioned. (Note: Sealing will help prevent moisture due to condensation from entering the system.) Properly insulate the HVAC system to prevent water condensation. Promptly and properly repair any leaks or water damage. Condensation on or near cooling coils of air-conditioning units is a major factor in moisture contamination of the system. Condensation occurs when a surface temperature is lower than the dew point temperature of the surrounding air; consequently, improper cycling of an HVAC system between heating and cooling phases contributes to unwanted condensation events. Maintain and clean cooling coils. Cooling coils are designed to remove water from the air and can be a major source of moisture contamination that can lead to mold growth. Remove standing water under cooling coils of air-handling units by making sure that drain pans slope toward the drain. Check insulation near cooling coils for wet spots. Correct any water leaks or standing water. If the heating system includes in-duct humidification equipment, he sure to operate and maintain the humidifier strictly as recommended by the manufacturer. Remove fiberglass or any other insulation material that is wet or visibly moldy (or if an unacceptable odour is present). (Note: Replacement should be done only by a qualified contractor.) Do not use steam cleaning or any other methods involving moisture without adequate biocide application and/or drying. Use steam cleaning with extreme caution, as the outer core of the steam application will not be of sufficient temperature to kill biologicals, and the steam adds to the moisture loading. Proper design makes all of the maintenance tasks much easier. Air-handling units should be constructed so that maintenance personnel have easy, direct access to heat exchange components and drain pans for proper cleaning and maintenance.


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