With 10+ years of carpet and air duct cleaning experience, RamAir Founder/CEO David Hart launched his own cleaning business, Guarantee Cleaning Services, in the spring of 1998. Recognizing the excellent profit potential air duct cleaning services offer, but also being dissatisfied with the duct cleaning equipment available, David knew there had to be a better way to clean ducts in a safe, effective and efficient manner. Necessity breeds innovation.
With the goal of creating the perfect air duct cleaning system, David listed what he needed his duct cleaning system to achieve:
» Completely safe on all ducting including flex.
» Extremely effective, removing all dust and debris from ducts.
» Portable, lightweight, easy to use.
» 1-2 hours per job (instead of 4-6 hours).
» Visual Wow Factor that would amaze the clients.
The RamAir duct cleaning system solved the challenges and limitations of those other duct cleaning systems with a easy to learn, simple to use, and highly effective dirt removal system, that incorporated the high air movement of the HVAC system, the “high lift” of a cyclonic vacuum and the blasting power of compressed air all into to one system, the RamAir ClearView Duct Cleaning System.
The RamAir duct cleaning and sanitizing equipment, with the “ClearView” vacuum box is the first duct cleaning system that allows both the homeowner and technician to see the dust and debris as it is being removed, thus creating a huge “wow factor.” In fact, RamAir users enjoy the highest customer satisfaction rating in the industry, leading to more repeat customers than any other air duct cleaning system.
RamAir users quickly realize profits by using the most efficient, easy-to-use duct-cleaning system on the market. With typical profits in the $300 to $500/hour range, an average duct cleaning job with the RamAir system typically takes 1 to 2 hours as compared to up to 6 or more hours with competing systems… a huge RamAir advantage!
The HVAC industry had evolved, but the business of cleaning ducts remained stagnant for decades, with virtually no improvement or innovation to keep up with changes in HVAC systems such as the introduction of flexible plastic ducting, in most homes since early 2000. With the increase use of flexible ducting, the use of rotary brushes to clean ducts had instantly became obsolete. New home manufactures can void home warranties if brush systems are used, as the left behind construction debris and be extremely damaging if picked up by aggressive brush cleaning in flexible duct systems. Negative air systems, requiring large holes to be cut into the duct system, also can void new home warranties.