If you are considering hiring an Air Duct Cleaning Company, you should have questions. Your family’s health may depend on hiring a trustworthy company. Here are some items to consider:
Any contractor should be able to produce a copy of proper insurance and liability certificates to work in your home (this ultimately protects you, the homeowner).
Duct cleaning equipment is complex. Multiple filters and HEPA filtration, access holes, negative pressure and proper filtration all insure that your home will not be re-contaminated with the dirt and debris being removed from your duct work. If a contractor shows up at your home or business with a wetvac alone, you should ask him/her to leave.
The EPA has written post-consumer checklist for air duct cleaning. Technicians should be aware of this checklist and adhere to this checklist, as well as be able to offer a copy to their customers.
Air Duct Cleaning is an involved and lengthy process. Depending upon the size of your home, a proper cleaning can take up to 3-4 hours.
Any customer wants to know what is in their ductwork – request before and after pictures of the cleaning. No one wants to stick their head in their duct work to make sure of a job well done – that’s our job! DUCTZ technicians offer a photo report containing before and after photos of every project they complete.
Before hiring ANY contractor, a written proposal with pricing and scope of work should be offered PRIOR to job start. (Never trust the “too good to be true” coupon price. Often companies add hundreds or even thousands of dollars at the end to the project price at the end).
Lastly, you should have questions – and your air duct cleaning technician should walk you through your project, insuring that all of your questions are answered.
DUCTZ is trusted by these companies to complete Air Duct Cleaning for their customers:
click here. Or call: (317) 773-9831