Power Vac America is Harris County’s Go-To Air Duct Cleaning Company
No matter where you live or work in Harris County, TX, you likely don’t realize how dirty your air ducts are at your home or your workplace. Our team at Power Vac America, Inc. has over 30 years of experience with air duct cleaning for both residential and commercial locations. The indoor air quality that you deal with at home and at work could be much worse than the outdoor air quality, and the only way to correct that is with duct cleaning services.
- Deer Park
- Galena Park
- South Houston
Commercial, Industrial, and Residential Air Duct Cleaning in Harris County
When our technicians arrive at your residential or commercial location, they will get to work by first assessing the air duct system to determine just what approach to use to clean the ducts. This will also reveal if you have any mold that needs to be dealt with. The powerful vacuums will help to clean out the ducts along with using physical devices to help with cleaning the ducts. There is a range of duct cleaning services that Power Vac America, Inc. can perform:
- Commercial air duct cleaning
- Commercial air duct sealing
- Commercial air handler unit cleaning
- Industrial air duct cleaning
- Residential air duct cleaning
- Air duct mold removal
Air Duct Cleaning Company Serving Harris County, Texas, including Houston, Katy, Pearland, and the Surrounding Areas
We have more than 30 years of service for air duct cleanings, and you don’t last this long without doing things right and keeping your customers satisfied. Home and business owners all over Houston, Katy, Pearland, Pasadena, Tomball, Aldine, West University Place, Bellaire, League City, Spring, Atascocita, and other surrounding areas have all worked with Power Vac America, Inc. to have them perform air duct cleanings at their properties. Contact us and let us do the same for you.
The first recorded European settlers in Harris County arrived in 1822. Their schooner sailed into Galveston Bay and ran aground on the Red Fish Bar. John Richardson Harris (1790–1829), for whom the county was later named, arrived in 1824. Harris was granted a league of land (about 4,428 acres) at Buffalo Bayou. He platted the town of Harrisburg in 1826, while he established a trading post and a grist mill there.Request a Quote