© 2017 Revive Furnace Cleaning Ltd.
(Calgary  Residential & Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Services)
5201-755 Copperpond Blvd. S.E, Calgary,AB T2Z 4R2

Phone: (587) 57CLEAN

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Opening Hours:
Monday       8:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday      8:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday     8:00am - 8:00pm

Friday          8:00am - 8;00pm
Saturday     8:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday        8:00am - 8:00pm

EXPERIENCE THE

REVIVE FURNACE CLEANING

DIFFERENCE

FURNACE AND DUCT CLEANING

REG PRICE $199

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$80

119

$

+ GST

Residential Duct & Furnace Cleaning
1 Furnace Included
10 Vents Included
Additional Furnace $59
Multi-Point Inspection
FREE Standard Size Furnace Filter
Furnace and Duct Cleaning
Additional vents $10 each. High-Eff/AC bypass fee $40. All vents must be cleaned.

Terms and Conditions:

Minimum service call is $119. Some restrictions apply. Call for more details.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

A plugged dryer vent can cause excessive heat  build  up  within  the vent  itself and the drying  appliance, resulting in with possible fire.

A dirty  or cogged vent, however, is only one link in possible  chain of  events that  may include: excessive lint build up inside  the  dryer, a missing  or  damaged lint  screen , a  crushed hose behind the  dryer and a failure of  thermostat  and limit  switch in  the  dryer.

Revive Furnace Cleaning employs highly-qualified technical experts who will clean and remove inflammable impurities from dryer vents, thereby keeping your house safer and making dryer work more effective.

We will help to save your money – and perhaps, save your life!

How  often  do  dryer vents need cleaning?

– You notice that much dust is accumulated behind the dryer.

– You moved to your house more than 1 year ago and never cleaned your dryer vent.

– Your clothes feel hotter than usual at the end of the cycle.

 

– Your dryer vent shuts down before the timer is off.

 

– You noticed that it takes more time to dry your laundry, especially towels and  jeans.

 

– The dryer vent hood flapper does not open.

Is vinyl or foil ducting safe?

No. Plastic or  foil flexible duct ( cheap and easy to install ) might seem like the right  thing for exhausting a dryer, it isn’t. This  type of exhaust duct , which resembles a plastic covered slinky toy can pose  a serious  fire hazard since it is susceptible  to heat failure, collapse and generally causes an undue amount  of lint to adhere to it’s inner surface thereby prone to becoming completed clogged.

Customer Testimonial

"A friend of mine works in insurance, and he suggested that I clean the Dryer vents in the facility that I manage. Before this, I didn't even realize they needed cleaning. So I found this site on the internet and gave them a call. The person on the phone was very nice and explained everything to me. When technicians arrived and finished the job, they showed me what they got out of the vents. I was shocked to see how much lint and debris they removed. The job was done nice and quick, dealing with them was very simple and now I have one less problem to worry about."

Erin P.    Calgary,AB