Kianoosh is our indoor air quality technician. He is a father of 4 children and enjoys spending time with his family. His favorite thing, dare we say passion, is giving his clients clean, healthy air to breathe. He takes great pride in his work. We are blessed to have such a technician. We think you’ll agree.
Liz - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh was amazing and professional. He took care of everything. I am grateful for this company and it’s service provider.
FRANCIS - Edmond, OK
This gentleman was very professional and extremely pleasant. He really knew what he was doing. He is an asset to your company.
MICHAEL - Oklahoma City, OK
My technician did an outstanding job, exemplary customer service.
Great problem solver
KEN - Edmond, OK
He found the problem snd how to solve it.
Great service and technician
ROD - Oklahoma City, OK
Excellent service as always
DAN - Edmond, OK
Kianoosh was great. He was very knowledgeable and explained everything to me while being very professional and friendly.
JOSHUA - Yukon, OK
Great customer service, extremely friendly and very helpful and knowledgeable. Would definitely recommend this company.
vm - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh did an outstanding job at inspecting the ducts, explaining what needs to be done exactly and giving us advice of how we should proceed with the repairs.
HERBERT - Oklahoma City, OK
Get Guy An Knows His Work
LARRY - Norman, OK
Kia noose was wonderful. He explained what he was going to do and was respectful of the house. His equipment was first quality and he offered to do extras such as clean out the furnace unit and put in my new filters. He was most professional and courteous and was very pleasant. He explained what he thought would be a good schedule for cleaning our ducts. We were very pleased with his work and professionalism.
Inspect home for duct cleaning, homeowner stated that previous renters had smoked in the house and they were looking to have the nicotine smell removed. Inspected ductwork and it has a heavy amount of nicotine on the returns and moderate amount of nicotine in the supplies. The supply boots are not attached to boot rails, so they come loose if the supply vents are removed. Recommend a level two cleaning on all supplies and returns. Also recommend a zone/hydroxyl treatment to remediate the nicotine smell. Spoke with customer about duct cleaning / remediation issues in home, and they declined to have work done at this time.
Duct cleaning inspection for two-story home with three systems. Today, we will just clean the downstairs two systems with 20 accessible supplies and six returns. Returns are a combination of hard pipe and recently installed flex duct supplies are galvanized and concrete composition. The downflow system has high water table issues, meaning that water has come into the ductwork but is also leaving. Spoke in depth with customer about these issues and ways to address them. Went over options, including ceiling the boots and at this time customer just wants to have supply and return ducts cleaned. In the future, customer is interested in getting an estimate on having the systems flipped upstairs and understands the ductwork in its current condition will always produce dust from the fill sand coming in. There appears to be ample attic space to have this done in most of the home. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed well used filters and cleaned grills with spinning brush. Duct cleaned
Duct cleaning inspection. Home has 2 systems, upstairs and downstairs. The returns upstairs appear to be undersized, and 1 downstairs return is uncleanable due to it being made of duct board that is in a state of deterioration. With customer permission, will clean 8 supplies upstairs and 14 supplies downstairs and 3 returns. Layed drop sheets where needed. Removed vents grills and filters and cleaned with spinning brush and microfiber cloth. Duct cleaned supplies with 3 passes each and returns with 7 passes each. Vacuumed up excess debris and replaced vents and grills along with customer supplied filters. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray and cleaned up excess debris. Set thermostats back to cool settings. Customer asked to also have dryer vent cleaned. Removed washer in front of dryer port, cleaned dryer vent with three passes from below and 1 pass from above. Removed lint from dryer rooftop vent by hand and vacuumed up excess debris. Reset dryer and washer and verified pro
Duct cleaning inspection for 6000 sq ft home with 3 systems, 34 supplies and 5 returns. Spoke with customer about concerns over excessive dust in home. Customer recently had 2 I Waves and 5â€ MERV 13 filters installed on the 2 main systems and they noticed a reduction in the dust being produced. After inspecting ductwork, I found the returns to be moderately dusty for an 8 year old home that has not had a cleaning. The supply duct runs look pretty clean, but the ceiling boots were heavily dusty, indicating the cellulose in the attic is being pulled through the small cracks in the supply boots touching the Sheetrock. Went over options with customer, and they decided to have all supplies and returns sealed and have the returns cleaned. Layed drop sheets where needed. Removed grills and vents and cleaned with microfiber cloth and hospital grade disinfectant spray. Cleaned all 5 returns with 5 passes each sealed all returns at start collars and at plenum joints near the filter base. Sea
Video inspection service for home getting a sewage smell. Homeowner had a plumber out and they tested vents and found serape gas coming from ducts, after asking about sources of odor, running scope down vents and tracing the plumbing lines, I found standing water at the plenum under the furnace. The ductwork has multiple points where it is broken / rusted and allowing water and fill sand in the ductwork. The bathroom next to furnace is the likely source for the sewage break. I flushed toilet, ra sink and ran shower and found the water in plenum to slowly rise, indicating there is a break in the sewage line nearby. After the repair is done, we can come back out and remove the standing water and disinfect the ductwork. Customer asked us to send in bill for todayâ€™s work, since they will not be back by the time I complete work today.
Inspection for dryer vent cleaning. Inspected dryer and found heating elements not turning on, they are receiving ONG current, so the likely issue is the timing mechanism. Homeowner wants to return dryer to place of purchase under warranty. Also inspected dryer vent and told homeowner it would be a through the attic clean out for the dryer exhaust vent. Homeowner wants to get dryer repaired before proceeding.
Estimate for duct cleaning. Spoke with customer and they have had an issue with excessive dust in home since it was built and they moved in in 2008. They have also had multiple air balancing issues with hot and cold spots in northern side of home. Went in attic and inspected system and ductwork. Customer had cellulose insulation blown in 5 years ago. The supply boots are not well sealed and are letting in some of this insulation dust, this is likely attributing to at least 50% of the Dust issues. The returns are also undersized for a 4 ton system, and the supply plenum is not designed to supply enough static pressure. Recommended increasing returns, duct cleaning, duct sealing and increasing supply plenum. Went over repair and cleaning options with customer and they are going to call us back with what they decide to have done.
Dryer vent cleaning inspection, attic discharge. Discharge vent through attic is very well built and sealed, it is clogged at 3 points where it makes slight turns in the line and at the exit at the roof. Customer getting a D80 error on LG smart dryer, indicating the dryer exhaust vent is clogged by 80%. With permission, I cleaned out the exhaust vent with spinning brush and vac. Cleaned with 4 passes. Also cleaned dryer to impeller and dryer hose. Cleaned excess debris around dryer and washer and wiped down with microfiber cloth. Tested and verified proper dryer function with no more errors at this time.
Silver club AC tune up on 7 year old system. Spoke with customer about thermostat, filters and the dual capacitor we spoke about last AC tune up. Filters are in good condition. Customer had me check dual capacitor first, and it is reading even more out of range 24/45 mfd on compressor side and 4.2/5 mfd on fan side. With customer permission I replaced the part under warranty, but labor is not. Cleaned condensing coil, contactor connection points and checked electrical. Checked flue, blower, evaporator coil, drain line and both surge protectors. Cycled system in cooling mode and checked refrigerant charge via sub cool, outside delta t and amp draws. System is running great at this time.
Dryer vent cleaning side discharge - inspected side vent and after investigating further, discovered it is a fresh air intake for fireplace. The actual dryer vent is through roof, and does need to be cleaned. Removed mud dobber nest from fresh air intake as a courtesy to customer. Cleaned dryer exhaust vent through attic with 4 passes. Removed about 6 gallons of loose lint. Cleaned surrounding area and dryer unit to impeller. Reattached dryer hoses and unit and verified proper operation. Dryer exhaust vent is good and clean at this time.
Dryer vent attic discharge, spoke with customer and explained how we clean dryer vents and tat we would be cleaning from behind the dryer and through the attic access points, not on the actual roof. Roof slope is too steep of a pitch for us to get onto. Inspected dryer vent and showed camera footage to customer,and got permission to do work. Cleaned from below 5 times and above 3 times. Reattached components. Vacuumed excess debris, cleaned dryer area and dryer to impeller, showed customer that dryer vent was cleaned and dryer attached properly. Leveled dryer on floor after setting in place and cycled dryer on. The dryer was making a loud sound that customer said was an existing issue. Researched noise and I believe the rollers on the dryer drum are worn and causing dryer to â€œbounceâ€ on the uneven surfaces. Referred customer to several options to get dryer repaired. I also explained how the clogged dryer vent may have heated the drum, causing the rollers to wear out, causing the no
Silver club dual air handler and heat pump systems upstairs and downstairs in home. Spoke with customer about having hot water tank flushed today with tune up and they declined at this time. Asked how systems worked through recent snow storm and they did well. Customer mentioned they know filters are due to be changed and they will get fresh filters in tomorrow. Customer also mentioned they have had an ongoing issue of getting water in the downstairs ducts, and they just pump it out for the time being. Checked all capacitors, blowers sequencers and evaporator coils. Checked drain lines float switches and cabinet insulation quality. Both systems would do well to have pan treatments installed. Tested contactors and capacitors outside in heat pumps. Cycled systems on and checked electrical, refrigerant charge, reversing valves, defrost timers, and thermostat settings from heating to emergency heat modes. Fan motor on upstairs Armstrong air heat pump is reading higher than manufacturer
2 story efficiency apartment duct cleaning. 2712 Timmons Drive unit #1. Supplies can be cleaned with a level 1 cleaning and have been painted on many times over the years, will need to charge extra to remove painted on screws, cut out vents and clean up excessive heavy debris before cleaning. Manager approved work to be done. Layed drop sheeets where needed, removed vents, and cleaned up extra debris. Duct cleaned supplies and return cavity. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and replaced vents. Cleaned up any extra material, and let tenant and management know the duct cleaning was completed.
AC tune up and duct cleaning. Spoke with customer, and they mentioned having purchased the home last fal, and they were just wanting to make sure it was good to run during the summer months. Inspected ductwork and system overall, there is a support beam connecting the central hip joist in the roof tat has cracked and is laying on the furnace / evaporator coil. I tried rebracing it, but there is too much weight on the supports. It is not putting too much weight on the furnace, but could pose an issue if anyone gets on the roof. Brought issue to customer attention, and that it should be replaced before anyone goes on roof. Also spoke with customer about filter care and how system is set up to filter in the attic. Recommend changing a pleated 20x25x1 MERV 8 filter in this location every month. Washed condenser thoroughly from caked in soil, dust and plant debris. checked dual capacitor, contactor and wiring. Contactor connection points had a lot of dirt in them, cleaned off thoroughly. D
Duct cleaning inspection. Home built in 1960s and has 17 supplies that are older louvred style that do not permit for cleaning with our equipment. Will need to removed Louvered dampers before cleaning. Also found that system is very low on return air. Went over details with customer, explains set up and design of their air duct system and what can be done for them today. Customer declined to have duct cleaning done at this time. Left Information with customer in case they need our services in the future.
Removed IAQ equipment under warranty 1 time move that we installed on 10/23/2020. 2-14x24 polarized media air cleaner with 4 replacement pads and 2 pads in them still. 1 Whole house germicidal air cleaner UVV / UVC la,p system, and 1 whole house Pure Sept HEPA Air cleaner. Packaged equipment for travel, customer is selling current home and will contact us to do an inspection on future homes they are looking at, and once they have settled on their new home schedule to reinstall equipment.
Duct cleaning and return flat grill cut in in hallway. Measured and cut in space for added flat grill. Cleaned out return cavity. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed old vents and grills. Cleaned old grills as best as possible. Duct cleaned returns and supplies with 3 to 5 passes each. Replaced new customer supplied vents. Replaced grills. Sprayed in disinfectant spray. Cleaned up excess debris. Set thermostat controls back to automatic settings. System is able to pull in more than enough return air now.
Clean 17 supplies and 3 returns to remote plenums. Clean in attic from remote plenum to main plenum. Inspect home for duct cleaning. System was originally set up to run off 2 zones from remote plenums, but has been converted to 1 zone. Will need to clean from air handler to remote plenums from attic, but can clean from supplies and returns as normal. Customer agreed to have work done. Started in attic, turned off air handler and removed precut openings in remote Plenumâ€™s. Ran modified cleaning brush through attic remote access balance and cleaned to main air handler point with three passes on each run. Turned air handler back on. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and replaced and sealed remote access covers. Layed drop sheets where necessary inside. Removed supply vents and return grills. Cleaned with spinning brush and microfiber cloth. Duct cleaned supplies and returns with 1 to 4 passes each. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and replaced customer supplied filters, vents and grills. Cle
Dual system AC tune up on units we installed in 2016. Silver club member. After speaking with customer, we will also do furnace tune ups since they were not done last fall. Checked thermostats and filters and hchanged customer supplied 14x14. The other 14x24 filters are fresh and in good condition. Washed both condensers. Checked capacitors, contactors and outside wiring connections. Checked inside blowers, capacitors and visibly checked heat exchangers from below. 3 out of 4 capacitors are out of range and strongly recommend changing them. Both heat exchangers show signs of rusting for their age but no visible signs of a break. Checked evaporator coils, drain lines and flue pipe. Checked burners and cleaned both flame sensors from excessive buildup. Cycled both systems in heat mode and checked gas pressure and carbon monoxide levels. Checked heat difference from coil to plenum. Checked blower and inducer amps. Cycled both systems in cooling mode and checked compressors, fan motors, an
Dryer vent cleaning attic discharge. We last did a cleaning on this system in May 2019. This dryer vent is composed of a 3â€ pvc trunkline with a 4â€ increased connection to the dryer and 4â€ rooftop exhaust. The majority of the lint buildup was in the rooftop exhaust, about 2 feet down, with another clog at the entry point where it goes up the wall. Cleaned out dryer vent thoroughly by hand and with spinning brush and commercial vacuum. Reattached equipment and verified proper function. Leaving note in account to have technician servicing for AC tune ups to check the exhaust flap from the ground on the south side roof and make sure it is not clogged. If it is, offer to remove by hand with a level 1 service. This dryer vent may need to be serviced for cleaning every 1 to 2 years.
Silver club AC service. Spoke with customer and they have been having an issue since the new system was installed a few years back where the air pressure is higher causing the ducts to whistle. Looked over ductwork and customer approved for me to come back and do a duct cleaning and cut in a return grill in the hallway to relieve some of the pressure. Washed condenser, checked capacitor and contactor. Dual capacitor on fan side is reading 4/5 mfd, at 10% of range. Checked furnace, blower, micro power guard, evaporator coil, drain line and electrical components. Checked refrigerant charge and delta t from all 3 returns, confirming that the system could use another return cut in. System is operating within manufacturer specs at this time, except the dual capacitor. Customer wants to wait in capacitor at this time.
Club member AC tune up on 2019 Carrier system that we installed. System has 90% furnace in attic. I asked how the system did this last snowstorm, and there were no issues. Customer has had an issue with the front middle bedroom since last ductwork service. It is better but still gets a little warm. Changed filters provided for by us. Inspected condenser and washed out double row coils inside and out from grass and dirt buildup. Checked dual capacitor and contactor. Checked thermostat controls, and went in attic. Checked drain line, insulation, evaporator coil and blower. Checked flue and ductwork. Cycled system in cooling mode and checked inside delta t. Checked refrigerant charge, and electrical. Tested water flow through drain. System is running great at this time. For ductwork, recommend increasing with cut ups to fully solve air balance issues. Left estimate to cut in 14x14â€ supply with 10â€ duct, and cut in a 12x12 return, with option to cut in air grill in door instead of re
Silver club tuneup on 80% gas furnace. Checked filter and thermostat. Filter has not been replaced anytime recently, with customer approval I replaced with a fresh 16 x 25 pleated filter. Cleaned out furnace cavity and checked blower, blower capacitor and heat exchanger from below. Heat exchanger has some signs of light rust from age but no apparent issues. Cleaned out burners, flame sensor and inducer cavity beneath flue. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, adjusting to 3.4â€ w.c. And replacing caps. Checked amps on blower and inducer. Checked heat difference between near and far returns and near and far supplies. The remote return in hallway is providing very little return air, but the system is running in manufacturer specs. Gave customer recommendations on getting garage door recalibrated and getting gas stove and oven replaced.
Fall tune up on 2013 Comfortmaker 90% gas furnace. Spoke with homeownerâ€™s friend who is watching dogs. No issues during the winter season so far. Checked both thermostats and changed upstairs thermostat batteries. System is zoned for upstairs and downstairs. Checked ductwork, and filter. Filter grill was covered by a large photo, recommending keeping grill clear to help optimize airflow. Changed 14x30 filter included with shield plan. Checked blower, capacitor and heat exchanger from below. Found some papers inside lower exchanger and removed. Checked and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and checked amps and electrical. Checked gas pressure, replacing caps. Checked heat difference from return to furthest upstairs and downstairs supplies while testing zoning functionality. System is working in manufacturer specs at this time. Recommend having a surge protector installed on inside and outside units to prevent breakdown due to power surges, also recommend having a UVC germicidal
Duct cleaning for 2 bedroom unit 1933D. Spoke with Manager and got key to unit. Spoke with Tenant and informed them if cleaning work that would be done in the vents and ducts. Removed supply vents and return grill and cleaned from mildew buildup with disinfectant solution and microfiber cloth. Cleaned supplies and return cavity with 3 passes each. Replaced customer supplied filter. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray. Replaced grill and vents. Cleaned up any excess debris. Ductwork is clean at this time. Returned unit key to front office and waiting on collection from owners. This is the second time we have been out and had to wait in payment collection after clearly stating we collect upon completion of work done.