Drymaster Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning,Missouri

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Leading the Way in Air Duct Cleaning Technology!!!  Call (636) 463-2626

We Evolved Professional Duct Cleaning Over All Other Duct Cleaning Combined!

Unique Brush Technology

Our DryMaster Air Duct Brushes provide the best maneuverability and cleaning efficiency possible. Our unique brushes are designed to automatically adjust to the size of duct being cleaned. The system spins these flexible brushes at a high RPM. Centrifugal force opens the brush diameter to the size of the duct.

 

Comparison of Competition: How our Systems STANDS OUT!

Negative Air vs. Rotary Brush: There are basically two methods of cleaning ductwork: Negative Air & Rotary Brush. Negative air has been around for decades. Negative air uses high powered vacuums with thousands of CFM to suck dirt from down the ductwork towards the vacuum.

This type of system is good for large commercial and industry facilities. These places use ductwork so big, you can crawl through it. The ductwork is too big for brushes. Negative air will do a good job at removing loose dust & debris; however, will do a less effective job at removing contaminants stuck on the duct wall. Some negative air systems will have “Air Whips” that supposedly scrub the duct. However, air will not efficiently remove the contaminants on the duct work. The air whips are randomly whipping around and air pressure significantly reduces every fraction of an inch away from the nozzle.

Our Rotary Brush method uses a spinning brush that scrubs the ductwork to loosen contaminants and a vacuum system to suck away the debris. The rotary brush method is the preferred choice for residential & light commercial duct cleaners, because a brush will provide better scrubbing power and a better clean


 
Leading the way in air duct cleaning technology
Secure your homes safety, Dryer vent cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer vent cleaning has become extremely popular over the last few years. In fact, because of fire risks, many states, cities, & municipalities now require dryer vent cleaning in some residential units that share dryer vent ducts.

Here is a summary of findings from a 2007 research report provide by FEMA / US Dept of Homeland Security / US Fire Administration:

  • “Clothes dryer fires account for about 15,600 structure fires, 15 deaths, and 400 injuries annually.
  • Eighty percent of clothes dryer fires in structures occur in residential buildings and homes.
  • Annually, 12,700 clothes dryer fires occur in residential buildings and homes resulting in 15 deaths and 300 injuries.
  • ‘Failure to clean’ is the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings and homes.