You have chosen a local professional air duct cleaning company and have made sure that the company is NADCA certified for air duct cleaning. The hardest part is over! Now, it is time to shift focus to the work at hand. Here are some questions you may want to ask or things you might want to keep in mind:
If a company promises to clean your air duct system and its components for the low price of $99 even before coming to inspect or evaluate your home’s air ducts, then that “deal” is probably too good to be true (see our page on coupon companies). Not only are you running the risk of losing that money and a lot more, but a company that improperly cleans your ducts is also likely to cause damage to your air duct system that will be even more costly to repair.
Even if you end up choosing another NADCA certified company, feel free to call Dapper Ducts Inc. and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.
7/22/2019 10:54:46 pm
I've been needing to get my ducts cleaned for some time now. As you said here, it would be good to ask some questions before hiring someone. That way, I can be sure that they are professional and have experience.
2/18/2022 06:14:36 am
This is a very informative—edifying article to all. Thanks a lot! Continue to post!
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