Residential and Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Equipment- Southeast Michigan

PrVacuum truck air duct cleaningoperly cleaning a home’s air duct system can be a complicated procedure and  should only be done by a team of professionals who are properly trained and  equipped to remove all the contaminants from the vent system.  The owners at  Amistee understand the importance of this and make sure that each of our  team members are provided with the most powerful equipment in the industry.   By providing our team with the proper tools, Amistee is able to guarantee a complete and thorough air duct cleaning for the homeowners and business owners of Southeastern Michigan.  Each of our vehicles are well-maintained and equipped with the tools to clean homes with a basement, attic, slaw or crawl space HVAC system

The first thing you will notice when you choose to hire Amistee is our vibrant green vacuum trucks.  We only use vacuum PTO-driven trucks because they are the most powerful in our industry and allow us to properly clean the entire HVAC system in your home or business.  The vacuum pulls 16.000 to 17,000 cubic feet per minute of air.  This powerful suction allows our technicians to pull all the contaminants from your vent system without causing any damage to the ductwork.  Our process uses negative pressure to pull everything down through the ductwork, out through our hose and then into our vacuum-mounted truck.  This process removes any contaminant that has the potential to become airborne and provides a thorough air-washing of your entire system.  Our technicians will also go to each of the registers and use compressed air to agitate anything that has built up along the sides.  We take great pride in providing a complete cleaning so when you choose Amistee, you know you are hiring experts you can trust.

If a homeowner or business owner chooses to hire a company that does not have an understanding of the many different components of an HVAC system and does not have the correct equipment to provide a thorough cleaning, they run the risk of causing damage to the ductwork and the heating and cooling equipment in their home.  We encourage those that are interested in having the ductwork cleaned in their home or business to make sure to ask what equipment is going be used and what is involved in the process.  A vehicle with a vacuum-mounted system has the proper suction to provide a complete vent cleaning and properly remove all the debris and pollutants that have built up with the ductwork.

Air Duct Cleaning Certifications – Quality Duct Cleaner

When it comes to duct cleaning certifications the National Air Duct Cleaners Association is it. NADCA offers several certifications for companies to get including ASCS (Air Systems Cleaning Specialist) and CVI (Commercial Ventilation Inspector) and technician training certification. In the State of Michigan all duct cleaning companies need to hold a Mechanical Contractors license by law in order to properly clean air ducts. When looking for the best air duct cleaner in your area, check to see if your potential vent cleaning company is affiliated with NADCA and also check with the State of Michigan or ask your prospect company for the mechanical contractors number. These are both great first steps to ensure you get a company who is taking the proper steps in delivering quality duct cleaning.
Once you have checked NADCA affiliation and state licensing, check with your local BBB or go to and perform a company search to check past history. This will help prevent you from getting scammed by local air duct cleaning companies that take advantage of consumers who have not done their homework. It is always best to also ask for references or a list of past clients in your area. Finding a quality duct cleaning company for your Michigan home can be a grueling task but will be worth every penny. Duct cleaning is a service that works if it is performed properly. Please call Amistee Duct Cleaning in Michigan today for quality duct cleaning service, 248-349-8877

Residential Air Duct Cleaning MI – Canton MI Air Duct Cleaning

Air duct cleaning is usually not thought of until someone mentions something to you about it.  When moving into a new home your inspector may say to you that he recommends getting your air ducts cleaning.   New home buyers should know that when moving into a new property (new build or existing home) the ductwork should always be cleaned.  If you do not properly clean the ductwork construction debris or even worse, (previous owners dead skin cells) are circulating through the home.

Call Amistee today to help eliminate any unwanted contaminants in your home and duct system.  This will help with dust, smells and allergies for everyone living in your home.  Amistee has seen an increase in homes being sold in the city of Allen Park MI.  Allen Park MI duct cleaning is very important because of the average age of the homes.  Many of these homes have extreme build up of dirt and dust which not only affects your health but your furnace too.  Go to to view helpful information for Allen Park MI air duct cleaning.

Duct Cleaning Certifications – Amistee Duct Cleaning Belleville MI

When choosing an air duct  cleaning company (or any company for that matter), a homeowner should make sure that they getting a reputable company.  In the State of Michigan the mechanical division requires duct cleaners to hold a mechanical license to cut into/clean any sort of ductwork.  Duct cleaners are the same as many drivers on the  road, they break the laws daily until they are caught.  Please make sure that you do your research with the Department of Construction at  Amistee Air Duct Cleaning Michigan is fully licensed and highly insured to provide each homeowner with what they deserve, a quality duct cleaning for a high value.

Although it is not illegal for a company to not be a member of the National Air Duct Cleaners association, you may be hiring a company that is not focused on provided quality work if they are not.  The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) certification is the recognized benchmark for trained and qualified professional.  There is a reason large government and state jobs will only hire NADCA certified companies.  Why would you not want the best?

Do your research and know that Amistee Air Duct Cleaning will perform a premium cleaning at your residence in Michigan at a high value to you.  Duct Cleaning in Allen Park, Duct Cleaning in Wyandotte, Duct Cleaning in Taylor and other Metro Detroit Duct Cleaning cities are all part of Amistees flat rate service area.  Call Amistee today or go directly to the “contact us” page and fill out a no hassle form to receive more information.  CLICK HERE to go directly to this no obligation page.

Smell Coming From Ducts – Michigan Vent Cleaning

Do you have a smell coming from your ductwork?  It is not that uncommon to have animals get into the duct system and get lost or trapped.  When living in Michigan the wildlife is always looking to stay warm, migrate, breed making your home a great place to try and make THEIR home.  You will not know when they are trapped but you sure will know once that have died because of the smell.  Recently a customer located in Troy Michigan called Amistee Air Duct Cleaning complaining of a “weird smell” coming from the ductwork.  Upon arrive we found a dead squirrel in the ductwork by the filter box/furnace.  This obviously would create a pungent odor.  After a full system cleaning the homeowner was back to living their normal life smell free.


Does Air Duct Cleaning Eliminate Dust? – Duct Cleaning Metro Detroit

Does duct cleaning solve your dust problem?  Will you never have to dust your indoor living space after getting your ducts cleaned?  This seems like it would be a very simple answer but it is more complex than you may think.  There are local and national air duct cleaning companies “claiming” that if they use their service you will NEVER have to dust again.  Think again.  After having Amistee Air Duct Cleaning clean your duct system we can drastically reduce your indoor dust but we never like to say we can eliminate your dust.  This would be a false and uneducated statement if we said we could eliminate your dust problem.

We have found that the duct system can contribute to more than 70% of the indoor dust.   If you take a moment and think of indoor dust logically it makes more sense.  If your ductwork is loaded with debris (construction dust or a buildup over years) than this will probably be blowing into your home.  It is probably a good idea to get the ducts cleaned.  This is a great way to reduce the amount of dust.  We have some customers that say after we clean their home they instantly saw a reduction in the amount of household dust.

What is household dust?  Dust is made up of many things in a home.  Here is a list of possible sources of dust for you to consider.

  • Dirty Ductwork
  • Pet Dander or Hair
  • Old Carpet That Is Breaking Down
  • Skin Cells From Dry Skin (Think about adding a humidifier in your home)
  • Outdoor Air (Many people open windows and call it “fresh air” but is it really FRESH??)
  • Dirt Roads
  • Construction Sites
  • Disconnected Dryer Vent Pipe
  • Folding Clothes That Have Been Washed
  • Toilet Paper (When you rip it fibers become air born)
  • Any Indoor Remodeling Project
  • Clean Up Clutter

If you do choose to get your air ducts cleaned to help with a dust problem it MUST be done correctly in order to provide you with any results.  The entire duct system must be cleaned, not a portion, not half, not just the vent but ALL the ducts.

How To Install a Furnace Filter – Duct Cleaning in MI

After cleaning an air duct system it is very important to maintain the filtration system of your heating and cooling unit (furnace).  At Amistee we always recommend replacing and “starting fresh” after any duct cleaning .  Part of maintaining the filtration system is installing the air filter correctly.  We see time and time again homeowners installing their air filter the improper way or inserting the filter backwards.  Here are some simple tips for you to maintain a healthy duct system.

  • Clean your air ducts once every 3-5 years as recommended by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association.
  • Change your furnace filter on a regular basis, some filters are 30 days (mostly the 1 inch filters) and some are 6-12 months (mostly the 5 inch filters)
  • Make sure the filter is “tight” in the housing forcing the air to go through the filter and not around the filter through any gaps.
  • Insert the filter with the arrow pointing TOWARDS the furnace.  The arrow always goes with the airflow.  An easy way to remember this is to keep in mind the furnace is sucking air in (air flow going into furnace) and pushing air out.  If you can not remember this use a marker to put an arrow on your ductwork.
One Inch Filter

Call Amistee Air Duct Cleaning in Michigan today for a free estimate or for help improving your indoor air quality.  877-349-8877