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Estimate for Duct Cleaning
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Estimate for Duct Cleaning
Duct Cleaning is often done in restoration after re-construction, or after a mold remediation or CAT 3 water mitigation.
Step 1: What is Air Duct Cleaning?
Air duct cleaning means having all your duct system, including the supply, intake and return vents cleaned using professional air duct cleaning equipment. In addition, air duct cleaning may also include cleaning the registers, evapoator coil, and cleaning the furnace.




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Step 2: Billing in Xactimate
Typically, Estimating for Air Duct Cleaning is done by counting the registers and returns in the home.

A smaller home (around 1200 SF may have approximately 8 registers while a larger home ( around 3000 SF) will have over 20 registers.


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The Xacimate code for this is

HVS DCTV - Clean ductwork - Interior (PER REGISTER)


For jobs that are affected by CAT 3 water or environmental hazards like Mold, use the Heavy cleaning option - HVC DCTV+


Step 3: Additional HVAC Cleaning items
In addition to cleaning the ducts, air duct cleaning may also include cleaning the registers, evaporator coil, and cleaning the furnace.

For Cleaning the individual registers, the Xactimate code is:

HVC REG



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For Cleaning the evaporator coil:

CLN FRCOIL



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For Cleaning the Furnace:

CLN FRFA





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