Apex Ventilation Group's certified technicians use state of the art techniques for air duct cleaning and maintenance. We continually educate our team of experts to meet the highest level of performance through industry events and in-house trainings.

Our Certifications

  • Massachusetts Certified Cleaning Inspector License

  • Boston Certified Cleaning and Inspector


  • 8 hour, 10 hour and 40 hour OSHA certifications

  • Confined Space Certification

  • State of Massachusetts Hoisting Engineer Certified

  • First Aid Certified

  • Gaylord Factory Certified

  • Halton Factory Certified

  • Ventmaster Factory Certified

  • SCBA Certified

  • National Air Duct Cleaners Association


Look to Apex Ventilation Group to learn the latest industry information pertaining to IAQ, 527 CMR codes, and International Mechanical Codes.

Apex is a National Air Duct Cleaners Association member company and follows NADCA's cleaning standards of Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration of HVAC systems. Apex uses NADCA's applied source removal technique that uses negative air machines, air tools and mechanical brushes to clean air ducts. This process does not include chemicals or any fragrances because there is no need with this thorough cleaning technique.


Our certified technicians clean, maintain and repair air vent systems. We continually refine and improve our custom-fabricated equipment and tools of the trade.

We Come Prepared

  • High-power rotary brush systems and remote-reaching air tools: outfitted with air blades, whips and nozzles and are strategically inserted into access points in the ductwork to brush, scrub and agitate the interior duct walls. These tools work with the high-powered vacuums to create a push-pull cleaning technique to remove all debris from the duct system.

  • HEPA air scrubbers: these ensure that extra-sensitive work environments stay clean of any dust or debris.

  • Vacuums/Air Movers: powered by gasoline engines or high-powered multi-motor electric vacuums with HEPA filtration, our machines provide the suction to turn your HVAC system into an extension of the vacuum, moving upwards of 5,500 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air. Our process ensures that your duct system is always under negative pressure, preventing any blowout or contamination of the space(s) we are working in. We have a large fleet of vacuums to accommodate cleaning extra-large ductwork and/or highly complicated duct systems.

  • Gas and electric-powered air compressors and nitrogen air tanks: delivering high volumes of air up to 180 psi, this equipment powers our remote-reaching air tools.

  • Motors, belts, pulleys and bearings

  • Custom fabricated chemical applicators

  • Truck mounted high pressure steam cleaners

  • Protective plastic coverings

  • Various chemical degreasers

  • Grease containment replacement pads

  • Fall arrest gear

  • Personal protective equipment


In the greater Boston area, we clean and maintain commercial HVAC systems. That's why we come fully equipped with everything we need to get the job done. That means, in most cases we can repair the problem in one visit.