Crystal Clean Vents

professional Air duct cleaning

Serving Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Front since 1999



Over time and even after the construction of a new home dust, pollen, bacteria, fungus, spores, mold and even debris left from construction crews can accumulate within your air ducts. These foreign objects can negatively affect your HVAC system by impeding airflow, adding strain to your system and ultimately resulting in increased utility costs. Uncleaned air ducts also allow dust and other particles to continually circulate in the air while accumulating on surfaces throughout your home. If you find that you need to dust frequently, dirty air ducts may be the culprit. Most importantly, a poorly maintained air system can easily introduce dust and other harmful particles into the same indoor air you and your loved ones are breathing.

The average 6 room house collects over 40 lbs. of dust each year.
— Discovery Magazine
1 out of every 5 people who suffer from allergies do so because of a direct relationship to the dust, fungi, and bacteria in air duct systems.
— Total Health and Better Health Magazine
50% of all illnesses are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.
— American College of Allergies
Contaminated central air handling systems are breeding grounds for mold, mildew, and other sources of biological contaminants.
— Environmental Protection Agency

Prevent the spread of harmful organisms such as, bacteria, fungus, spores and mold.


Eliminate allergens from indoor air.


Cut down on the amount of dust that is circulating throughout your home and accumulating on surfaces.


Remove foreign objects from air ducts.


Reduce the strain on your air system.


Lower your utility cost.


happy customers

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"Our home air vents would continue to send dust particles all throughout our house. We would dust and a couple days later we would have to dust again. We had to clean our tile floors daily and dust would be all around the vents.
We had never heard that you could clean so deeply inside your duct work. When Randy came out and showed us the pictures of our ducts we were disgusted, because we keep our home as clean as possible in the areas we can reach. What a great system! They were so thorough and took a lot of time to clean each area. When the guys had finished the house felt cleaner and the air was much fresher; on top of that the dirt that had accumulated so quickly before was brought to an end. We now find it easy to keep our floors clean and the dust is minimal. Thanks for helping us to have an even cleaner home."

- Jerry & Cindy, South Jordan, UT

"We had a great experience with Randy. We originally called a company that claimed to clean all the vents in your home for around $60, in the end we were told we had to pay close to $2,000 for what we needed done. This company didn't even have their own truck and the vacuum they had was something we have at home. We were thankful to receive Crystal Cleans number from a friend, Randy came in and gave us a good, honest, bid. He had the equipment to do the job right, and at a price that was MUCH more affordable. We knew he was being honest with us from the beginning. 
Within two days he came back cleaned and sanitized our ducts and vents, our home has never smelt better! We have a 16 month at home with severe allergies and asthma, and he is already breathing better. We can finally be at ease knowing that our vents are now clean and we are breathing healthy clean air!"

- Shane & Kristen Hill, West Valley, UT

"Randy is the best! We moved into an old home where the carpet in the basement reeked of pet urine and many other odors, and the upstairs smelled musty and smoky. I don't think the vents had ever been cleaned, and the house was at least 25 years old. We decided to call Randy and he brought his equipment over and by the time he was done, there were no smells or odors left in the house, and the air coming out of the vents was clean.  Something else that we even noticed was the dust on our wood floors was all eliminated as well!
We would highly recommend Randy and Crystal Clean to anyone with a dusty or smelly house, or to anyone with allergies. There's nothing like a good spring-cleaning from the inside out!"

- Todd & Brittney Bagley, Salt Lake City, UT

"Crystal Clean Vents did a fantastic job cleaning the vents in our house. I especially appreciated how careful they were to lay down plastic and keep my house clean. They use state of the art equipment. It made a huge difference in our home. I highly recommend their services."

- Jeff Gardner, Sandy, UT

our method


Crystal Clean Vents is one of the only air duct cleaning companies in Utah that uses a high-powered vacuum truck.


This is a vital component to successfully cleaning any HVAC system, residential or commercial. Without the proper suction the majority of dust and other debris will remain within the air ducts long after cleaning is complete. No other system comes close in effectiveness!


9 Step Process



We do a walk through of your home and make sure the furnace is off and the registers are closed. We then lay plastic down where necessary to ensure a high level of cleanliness. Afterwards, we run a large vacuum hose from our power vac truck to the furnace room. The furnace filter is then wrapped in a plastic bag and reinstalled into the furnace. This will help the air bypass the furnace during the cleaning process, ensuring no dust or debris is sucked through the furnace. 


We then turn on our state of the art 16,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute) power vac truck and wait for the HVAC system to come under negative pressure; ensuring all vents are closed and ready to proceed with the cleaning.


Starting from the furthest register vent we run an agitation tool down each branch line (air duct tube) until it reaches the trunk box. The vacuum is continually extracting the dislodged dust and debris, pulling it out of your home into our power vac truck. Unlike other air duct cleaning companies that lack the appropriate equipment (16,000 CFM power truck), dust is never blown throughout your home. This process is then repeated at each register. 


Once all the branch lines have been cleaned we proceed to clean out the trunk lines. The supply and return side is the heart of your system but it's usually overlooked by most air duct cleaners; mainly because of inferior machinery that lacks the power to clean these larger duct runs. We use a reverse air jetting agitation tool to bring the big debris back to the vacuum hose, similar to what plumbers use to clean out pipes, but we do not use water; only high compressed air, which is much safer. 


All register vent covers, including the return grills, are taken off, cleaned and sanitized using an EPA registered sanitizer. All cleaning solution we apply is safe to use in your home. We then reinstall all vent covers.


After the system has been completely cleaned we then proceed to clean the ac/coil on the inside of your furnace. We use a solution to wash away dirt, debris and hair. This makes the coil operate much more efficiently.


We then move on to the furnace; cleaning the blower motor, squirrel cage, fins, burners, heat exchanger and all electrical components; even the control board. We then sanitize the furnace and hand-wipe it down with micro-fiber rags.


Once the system has been thoroughly cleaned we fog the HVAC system down with an EPA approved air duct sanitizer using an ultra-low volume fogger (ULV). Because we've used our product to clean in the Utah Heart and Lung Institute, we have no doubt that it will be safe to use in your home as well.


Now that the system is cleaned and sanitized all the vents are opened and the furnace is turned back on and checked. A new filter is installed and all access points are sealed. We then allow the furnace to run while we roll up the plastic and do a final walk through. We never leave a mess and when we're finished your home is left clean and smelling fresh! 

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