Serving South Florida since 1973

Our Technology

At All Year Cooling, our goal is to provide you with the best service, price, and response time in the industry. Our proprietary duct cleaning process is powered by the latest technology, and run by experienced technicians which means your home’s indoor air quality is in good hands.

Whether you suffer from allergies, have just moved into a new home, or have noticed excessive dust, duct cleaning is a great way to reduce the airborne contaminants in your home. Chemicals, dander, dead skin cells, and dust mites and collect inside your duct work reducing the efficiency of your ac unit and distributing these pollutants throughout your home.

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommends yearly inspections and a thorough cleaning every three years.

In this industry, just like all others, you get what you pay for. Your family’s health and well being is too important to be left to inexperienced technicians using outdated technology. Not all duct cleaning services are the same. Our use of superior technology means that your duct work is not just being cleared of debris with ineffective brush systems. In order to clean duct work properly you have to address the entire duct system, including the air handler.At All Year Cooling we use state of the art negative air Hepavac systems to clean your entire ventilation system, not just part of it.


We start by hooking up our negative air machine:

Once the air duct cleaning system is hooked up and running, we seal all of the registers and vents, then we systematically go through each one starting with the vent that is furthest from the machine. We use a compressed air brush system to clean the duct work and push all loose particles towards the air duct cleaning system.
Once all of the registers/vents have been attended too, a sanitizer is applied through the entire duct system using a fogger machine. Another crucial part of your ventilation system that must be considered is your air handler. Air handlers can collect a considerable amount of dust, dirt, and debris over the years.

There are two major components in the air handler that should always be inspected prior to cleaning the duct system. 1) The evaporator coil and 2) blower fan and wheel. The entire assembly can be seen below.

Evaporator coil, blower fan, and wheel.

The air in your home repeatedly travels through your air handler just the same it does your duct system. Cleaning the duct work is just the start of our complete service; we address your entire system so you get cleaner air, energy savings, and extended use from your unit.