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.
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.
Excellent service and value
MARK - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh is knowledgeable, professional, and courteous - much appreciated.
Great thorough service
CATHLEEN - Oklahoma City, OK
MELONIE - Edmond, OK
Great work and very friendly!
BELINDA - Oklahoma City, OK
Awesome experience and I especially like that this company doesn’t try to up charge me.
Great job, very thorough!
DON - Oklahoma City, OK
On time, knowledgeable, took covid precautions, complete service.
DENNIS - Norman, OK
Duct cleaning inspection for rental property. Spoke with homeowner and tenant and inspected ductwork, furnace and evaporator coil. Recommend a level 1 cleaning on ducts and having blower and evaporator coil cleaned. Also recommend having furnace tuned up. With homeowner approval, proceeded with recommendations. Furnace tune up. Inspected flue, drain line, hot surface igniter and cleaned flame sensor. Cleaned evaporator coil in place and rinsed out drain line. Cleaned blower with removal thoroughly and checked capacitor. It was running 8.4/10 mfd and with homeowner approval, replaced blower capacitor with a new one. Cleaned plenums from inside and set blower back in place. Spun wheel to ensure proper balance. Checked heat exchanger and cycled system on. Checked and adjusted gas pressure, replaced gas caps. Checked heat rise and delta t. Checked component electrical. System is heating well at this time. Duct cleaning. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed vents, grill and filter.
Duct cleaning inspection. Customer has had an issue since moving into home 1 year ago, where Master suite runs hotter in winter and north bedroom runs colder, with inverse in summer months. Inspected unit, and it is 2 years old. The ductwork, however has several issues. It is an older Mylar composit and has been crushed in spots where service people have needed to gain access over the years. It is low on return air with about 700/1200 cfm being provided from a 14â€ duct. The supply plenum has no room to create static pressure, so the airflow goes to master suite first. Finally, one duct going to the north bedroom area has collapsed from people climbing over it and broken open from duct tape patch deteriorating. After going over options, customer would like to have ducts cleaned and have a damper placed on master suite trunk line to divert air to rest of home. Will also repair broken duct. After getting deeper into the work, found that the ductwork has in fact deteriorated in the inn
Duct cleaning inspection for manufactured home, home is 2 years old and has been having dust come out of vents lately. After inspecting found boots and end caps in trunk line need to be sealed and system needs to be vacuumed out. The evaporator and blower look to have been recently cleaned. Recommend level 2 cleaning in all vents to cover work to be done. Went under home and found a tear from another contractor that had been opened very wide. Sealed this year as best as possible. Made 2 smaller incisions at end caps of duct line and sealed end caps. Resealed incisions with tape to hold the structured insulation in. Replaced skirting that was removed. Sealed boots where gaps were found with metal tape. Set up pressurized cleaning system on duct trunk line and ran for 15 minutes. Cleaned boots in place with shop vac. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and put in a complimentary 18x25 filter with cleaning today. The existing filtration was poor. Recommend changing filter out monthly. Reset th
Silver club fall tune up on 2012 80% carrier gas furnace. Asked about hot and cold spots, customer is interested in having air ducts cleaned out today. Checked flue, drain line and blower. Checked blower capacitor, heat exchanger and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and tested gas pressure, amp draws, electrical components and measured delta t. System is working well at this time. Duct cleaning- layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed supply vents and return grill. Cleaned supplies with modified shop vac to fit the smaller ducts. Cleaned each vent with increased pressure and wiped down surfaces. Cleaned vents and grill with spinning brush. Shop vac Ed out return cavity. Reattached vents and grill. Set thermostat back to customer preferred settings. System is working well and ducts are clean at this time.
I arrived to replace filters for the homeowners as scheduled for every 3 months. I talked with the homeowner and found that they have a smell that is present in the kitchen area believed to come from a dead mouse. I made the home aware of our Air Remediation that breaks down smells and removes decomposing orders. This product has the power up to 3,000 X the cleaning power of chlorine. This is a EPA compliant remediation technology. And will improve the smell and air quality of your home. If you have any questions please contact us and our IAQ specialist Kianoosh will be happy to help you out in this process. Donâ€™t forget about moving your existing air cleaning technology that you already have to your new home. Your club membership will transfer to your new home while you keep your benefits that you have earning already. Tho you will need to purchase a club maintenance on the number of systems that you wish to serve at your new home. Congratulations on your new home! I wish you the be
Duct cleaning inspection for home with down flow system. Ductwork is transite composite and is coming in pretty far in some spots, needing a narrower cleaning method than the standard contact cleaner. Will perform level 2 cleaning on these ducts. Returns will also need a level 2 cleaning. Will also set up customer in white shield plan and perform a heater tune up on plan today. Will also replace some thermostat wire in air conditioner that previous homeowner dogs had chewed through and set and level condensing unit. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed supplies and return vents cleaned with spinning brush. Cleaned supplies with narrow brush and vacuum attachment with 3 passes each. Vacuumed out excess debris. Sealed living room duct due to rusting out slightly. Cleaned returns with 9 passes each. Perform furnace tune up and inspected ductwork, evap coil, blower, inducer, cleaned flame sensor, checked gas pressure and carbon monoxide levels. Changed filters included with plan.
Duct cleaning for home with 11 accessible supplies and 2 returns. The returns are undersized by about 800 cfm. This can lead to system strain over time and not enough air out of supply ducts. Home has a heavy amount of pet dander, and the dust has collected in the ductwork as well over time. The system was recently replaced about 6 months ago. Layed drop sheets were necessary. Removedbsupply vents and return grills and cleaned with spinning brush. Cleaned supplies with 3 passes each. Cleaned both returns with 11 passes each. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray and replaced 14x24 filters. System is working well at this time. Strongly recommend having filters changed monthly. Also recommend duct cleaning every 3 years. Spoke with customer about our service plans.
Duct cleaning inspection for customer that is selling home. Home inspection service found some sand in ductwork and recommended a cleaning. Inspected 6 accessible supplies and supply plenum above furnace in basement. All supplies are sand free except for living area supply duct closest to fireplace. This duct has 2 obvious spots where sand is coming in from metal joints connecting to concrete ductwork. Can clean remainder of supplies with level 1 cleaning and returns with level 2 cleaning. The duct in question will need to have sand shop vac Ed out before I can seal the 2 joints. All work involving full sand coming through slab cannot be warrantied against future intrusions deterioration or breaks due to the nature of high water tables in Oklahoma. Layed drop sheets under return. Removed supply and return grills. Cut in access port in supply plenum in basement. Shop vacced out as much sand as possible from duct from the boot to the plenum which is about 8 feet. Cleaned surfaces to be
Inspect home for duct cleaning. Customer has a 4 bedroom home with 11 supplies and 2 returns, they have had a recent issue of dealing with fungal infections in the family. Checked evap coil, furnace and ductwork. The water stains from heavy condensation on the supply plenum and evaporator coil indicate an airflow issue. There are 2 major issues: the attic gets very hot in the summer and the supply side is not moving enough air through the designed ducts. The system calls for 2000 cam and is currently getting 1400 cfm. Recommend increasing ducts to 20â€ with angle boxes. Also, the insulation in the supplies is R6 and may need to be increased to R8 or have attic whirlybirds added to decrease attic temperatures on the hottest days. Recommend starting with return increase, as the low return air can also lead to premature equipment breakdowns. Left estimates for duct cleaning, ductwork increase and adding the whirlybirds. Landlord is going to have a second opinion before approving work. A
Mid season IAQ checkup, cleaned and replaced both micro power guard air cleaner pads and grills. Also cleaned out return grills. Checked HEPA filter and UVC UVV lamps. All systems working great at this time. Will set out to come out every 3 months to keep system tuned up and air cleaning filters freshly changed.
Video inspection service for two story condominium, living room and kitchen downstairs and 2 bedrooms upstairs. Customer recently purchased condo, and was having airflow issues between upstairs and downstairs air vents. Took airflow readings of all supply vents and return, the return is only providing 272 linear feet per second of air flow, and as a 2.5 ton system, it should be getting between 400 and 600, or 1000 cubic feet per minute. 2 downstairs supplies in living room were not getting any airflow, just radiant heat from the ducts. The kitchen and dining room were also only getting minimal radiant heat. Upstairs airflow and downstairs bathroom were closer to ideal at 140 to 160 linear feet met minute. After taking supply covers off and looking at return and supply ductwork in closet, it is obvious much of the old grey Mylar ductwork has deteriorated and has major points of decomposition throughout. Took a courtesy delta temperature split to determine air temperature difference betw
Silver club fall tune up on 80% Carrier gas furnace. Checked and changed filters. Checked thermostat controls,! Checked flue, attic insulation and hot water heater. Checked return ductwork and it looks to be low on return air, the system has 2-12â€ flex ducts eyed to a 14â€ duct on a 2.5 ton system. Customer has not had any issues with poor airflow. Cleaned flame sensor, checked blower, blower capacitor and heat exchanger. Tightened gas union as it was leaking a small amount of gas there. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, replacing caps. Checked delta temps and heat rise. System working within specifications at this time.
Duct cleaning and dryer attic exhaust vent cleaning for Silver club member with 3 systems. Just completed furnace tune ups for customer. Dryer vent is discounted since it is being done with duct cleaning today. Perform dryer exhaust vent cleaning. Cleaned vent with 4 passes, cleaned out dryer cavity to impeller motor and dryer connection hose. Reattached all components, vacuumed excess debris and placed dryer back in proper location. Dryer working well at this time. Performed level 1 duct cleaning on 28 accessible supply ducts and 4 returns. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Cleaned supplies with 2 to 3 passes each. Cleaned returns with 4 to 6 passes each. Return outside master suite has some plumbing and electrical components in the duct cavity, I could not clean near them but after bypassing this part 3 feet in, I was able to clean the rest of the duct run to the plenum. 2 supplies in living area were inaccessible due to one supply vent being glued to floor, and 1 offset being too
3 system fall silver club tune up on 80% gas furnaces. Spoke with customer about how system has heated and cooled, and they have been doing great. Customer rarely uses furnaces in winter, opting to primarily heat home with fireplaces instead. Checked all thermostat controls, changed customer supplied filters and inspected furnaces. Checked flue, evap coil, drain line, burners and cleaned flame sensors. Checked heat exchangers, blowers and blower capacitors. Cycled systems on and checked gas pressures, replacing gas caps. Checked amps and electrical components. Checked delta t and heat rise. All 3 systems are running well at this time.
Inspection for air duct cleaning. Supplies are in slab, and returns are in attic.Customer had an issue with dirt/sand coming out of front bedroom supply vent. After thorough inspection of attic and air duct system, discovered that several supply boots and possibly the supply Plenum are compromised with fill sand coming in. Explained options of looking into removing fill sand to see if the source is close enough to seal/repair. Also talked about having a senior technician out to give an estimate to flip ductwork up through ceiling. At this point, customer wants to go over options with children and get back with us. Customer did request to go ahead and have returns cleaned today, and understands that the cleaning will only help the system if it is continue to be used in the slab. With a system flip, the returns will likely be replaced. With customer approval, performed a level 2 cleaning on both return ducts. Also advise customer to just use one set of filters, so the customer will just
Gold plan heating tune up. Checked filter, thermostat controls, attic insulation, dryer vent and hot water tank. Checked drain line, burners and cleaned flame sensor. Checked capacitor, inspected heat exchanger from above, and cycled system on. Checked gas pressure, heat rise and amp draws. System is heating well at Thai time. Spoke with customer about our dryer vent cleaning, duct cleaning and blown insulation services.
Blue shield plan fall tune up for new system installed in 2020. Asked about filters, how home has been cooling and heating and air quality, customer has no bad issues. Changed filters included with the plan. Inspected flue, hot water tank, attic insulation, return ductwork, evaporator coil, drain line, burners and cleaned flame sensor, cycled system on and checked gas pressure, heat rise and amp draws. System is running great at this time! Talked about blown insulation and benefits. Attic is currently R11, left estimate to bring to R38 with military appreciation discount. Customer wants to schedule to have it installed.
Silver club furnace tune up on 80% Carrier gas furnace. Checked surge protector, polarized filter pad and uvv UVC lamps. The all are in good condition, customer just changed last polarized air cleaner pad and would like to order more at the beginning of March. Cleaned flame sensor, checked amps, heat rise and delta t. System is in good shape to keep customer warm this winter season.
Fall blue shield plan tune ups on 2 80% gas furnaces. Replaced filters included with plans. Checked flue, evaporator coils, drain lines, heat exchangers, blowers and blower capacitors. Cleaned flame sensors. And cycled systems on. Checked gas pressures, replacing caps. Checked for carbon monoxide, amps draws on motors and delta temperatures. North system which is a 1999 RUUD furnace, has a blower wheel and evaporator coil that is dirty and the amps are reading in the higher end on the inducer and blower motors, but still in range. I was getting a carbon monoxide reading of 165 parts per million from the supply vents with a Dangerous range being 1000 ppm, so it is reading low at this point. The flames on the burners are showing a slight rollout as shown in attached video, so there may be a micro leak. Spoke with daycare supervisor, shared findings, explained how system moves air and recommend having a senior tech out to look over unit or definitely look into having a carbon monoxide de
Blue shield fall tune up on air handler and air conditioner heating system. Changed filters included with blue plan. Cleaned out blower cavity, checked electrical, checked thermostat operation. Customer had purchased a new thermostat and had me install it. Tested and verified proper thermostat operation in heating cooling and fan stages. Measured delta t. System is operating well for the winter season.
White shield plan tune up on upstairs Amana furnace. Downstairs unit was replaced at the beginning of the month. Changed filter included with white SPP. Checked flue, evap coil heat exchanger blower and blower capacitor. Cleaned flame sensor and cycled system on. Checked thermostat controls. Gas pressure and delta t. System is running great for this winter season! Talked about surge protectors and new system that was recently installed.
Blue shield plan fall service on 80% Amana gas furnace installed in 2012. Checked flue, evap coil, drain line and ductwork. Plenums have a lot of dust in them, ducts are old grey Mylar and looking to fall apart in the future. Evap coil is plugged and could use a cleaning. Blower was cleaned recently. Changed filter included with plan, old filter was plugged up and in need of change. Due to age of unit, recommend having ductwork replaced when the unit gets replaced at some point in the future. Cleaned flame sensor, burners and ports. Sealed off evaporator coil area connecting to furnace where it had separated a little bit. Cycled system on and checked gas pressures, replacing gas caps. Checked amps and delta t. Temp split is at 55 degrees. System is dirty from air leaks, but running within manufacturer specs at this time.
Blue shield service furnace tune up in shop area above offices. The shop area has a lot of residual soot buildup. Checked and replace customer supplied 20x20 filters. Checked flue, evap coil, blower, blower capacitor and plenums. Blower capacitor still reading in range at 7.3mfd. Cleaned flame sensor and cleaned out burners and crossovers as best as possible from soot intake. Cycled system in and checked gas pressure, amps and heat rise. Amps on induced motor are reading high at 1.68/1.5. Went over options with customer, after getting approval for a removal and cleaning, it became evident the damage to motor windings has already been done. Cleaned in place, and tested and verified readings. Motor reading at 1.1-1.3 amps after in place cleaning and reading in range. Measured delta temps. System is working well for winter time, putting note on file to monitor induced motor each fall tune up. Bill to account.
Silver club heating tune up on 2 Carrier gas furnaces. Downstairs is a 2013 and upstairs a 2018. Customer ran out of filters but will get filters changed as soon as they get more, filters do not look too dirty, but ideally need to be changed within the next month. Checked both system, flue pipe, evaporator coil, drain line, blower, blower capacitor, plenums, ductwork, and heat exchangers. Cleaned flame sensors. Cleaned out induced draft motors of flue residue. Cycled systems on and checked gas pressures, replacing caps. Checked amps. Checked heat rise and delta temperatures. Both systems working well at this time. Talked about our duct cleaning services.
Blue shield protection plan heating tune up on 2016 Carrier 80% gas furnace in hallway. Checked carbon monoxide detector and batteries. Checked filters and they were recently changed. Checked flue, motors, burners, evaporator coil, and condensate line. Cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, replacing all caps. Checked carbon monoxide levels. Checked amps and heat rise. Checked delta t. System is working well within manufacturer specifications for this winter season. Talked about our blown in insulation services and air duct cleaning services.