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air duct cleaningAir Duct Cleaning & Repair

Improving the air in your home or office is essential to your health and has become a great focus of our Fort Worth air conditioning and heating company. Regular air duct maintenance is crucial because it removes unwanted particles such as dirt and dust. These particles can cause asthma, allergies, and other health concerns for you and your family. Brown Service Company offers residential and commercial air duct cleaning to help prevent allergens and irritants from polluting your home or office’s air.

    Performing Duct Services

    For duct cleaning services from Brown Service Company, call 817-284-9204.

    Our professional HVAC technicians use an advanced and safe process to clean your duct systems.

  • Duct cleaning begins by vacuuming out all the harmful particles from your duct system.
  • To prevent these contaminants from going airborne, our AC and heating contractors place them into an enclosed compartment.
  • After the cleaning is done we find and repair any leaks and cracks in your ductwork.


When you contact our customer service department, your call will be answered personally by trained individuals anxious to assist your specific needs. They know the right questions to ask, in order to quickly address your needs.

Our goal is to be the best air conditioning, heating and electrical company you have ever dealt with, and we will do everything within our power to reach that goal. So, please come by and visit our showroom and parts department, where we invite you to enjoy a soft drink or a cup of coffee, as we answer any questions you may have about your electrical or air conditioning system. We look forward to servicing your air conditioning, heating, and electrical needs in the future.


  • How Do I Clean My Air Ducts?

    First, locate all of your home’s vents and clear any furniture, rugs, or other objects out of the area so they don’t get dust on them. After you remove the vent cover, get a vacuum and suck all the dust, dirt, and debris out of the duct. (If the vent is high up or otherwise in an awkward spot, you may want to get someone to help hold the vacuum.) Next, wipe down the inside of the vent with a rag and soapy water. You should also check for mold; if you find any spray with vinegar or mold killing solution and then scrub it away. After you let the duct dry out, replace the cover and put everything back.

  • How Do I Know If My Air Ducts Need To Be Cleaned?

    There are a number of things that might indicate your ducts are getting dirty. If you smell stale or musty odors when the furnace or air conditioning runs, that’s one indicator; another is that your furnace filters quickly become dirty after changing them. If you notice excessive dust that reappears on your furniture or walls shortly after cleaning, that’s another indicator of trouble.

    Other problems that might indicate you need to clean the ducts include low airflow from your vents and unexplained headaches or congestion. Even if you don’t have any of these warning indicators, you should have your ducts cleaned regularly if anyone in your home has allergies or asthma; if you, your family members, or prior residents of the house are or were smokers; and if you or the prior residents kept cats, dogs, or other pets.

  • Do I Need To Have My Ductwork Replaced?

    In most cases, no. If the problem is low airflow or spreading dust, simply cleaning out the ductwill almost always be sufficient. If you have mold, however, it depends on the type of duct—fiberboard ductwork will probably need to be replaced to eliminate the infestation, while metal ducts can just be cleaned. If you have minor leaks in your ductwork, then minor repairs should so the trick.

    For major problems, however, you might need to replace the duct. You’ll also need to replace your ductwork if you’re replacing your air conditioner or furnace, in order to ensure that the ducts are a good match. If the ducts don’t meet the necessary specifications of a heating or AC unit, then the warm or cool air can’t get to you, which defeats the purpose.

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