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Clean Airfor a Clean Home

Clean Air
for a Clean Home

Did you know the quality of the air in your home can be much worse than the air outdoors? In fact, the EPA lists indoor air quality as one of the top five health threats in America, and there is a long list of potential allergens and pathogens in your ductwork.

Zerorez® Madison uses a negative air system by Hypervac Technologies. This "Push-Pull" method is the Gold Standard in duct cleaning. We use compressed air and agitation tools/whips at the vent to break loose dust and debris which is simultaneously being pulled down by the suction of the Hypervac vacuum. Negative air is the best way to help ensure the dust and debris being removed stay contained in a filtered recovery unit vs. swirling back into your home.

Breathe the Difference:
Stay Healthy

Poor indoor air quality can diminish the overall quality of your indoor environment and airborne pathogens can lead to serious adverse health consequences. Statistics show that 1 in 5 Americans suffer from allergies caused by substances found in the home and office and in their ambient air.

HVAC systems carry harmful particulates and promote asthma, hay fever, and allergy symptoms. A clean HVAC system promotes a healthier indoor environment, which contributes to productivity, comfort and a sense of health and well being. If you or anyone in your family suffers from allergies or asthma-or if you just want healthier air in your Madison Area home-Zerorez® can help.

This system is designed to service single-family residential homes. We are not currently cleaning commercial properties, or multi-story apartments or condo complexes.

  • We'll need access to the supply and return trunk lines ( the two large ducts running to and from the furnace) to be able to clean. Please clear a path to, and around, the furnace prior to the service.
  • The furnace/AC will need to be shut down while the duct cleaning is performed, so please make sure to heat/cool your home to the desired temperature prior to the service.
  • Please remove anything that may obstruct access to the air vents in each room.

Dryer Vent Services

It's important to remember that cleaning the lint trap every time you use the dryer is a good practice for efficiency and safety. However, there's more to it than just that. Did you know that the dryer vent, the tube that connects your dryer to the outside of your house, also needs to be cleaned out annually?

According to the US Fire Administration, 34% of residential fires are caused by dirty dryer vents. Lint and debris can accumulate in the vent, reducing airflow and potentially causing dangerous backup of exhaust gases like carbon monoxide. When combined with the high temperature of the dryer, this can create a hazardous situation and pose a risk to the air quality in your home.

To ensure the safety and efficiency of your dryer system, it's crucial to clean both the lint trap and the dryer vent regularly. By doing so, you'll minimize the chances of fire hazards and protect your home and loved ones from potential harm.