Questions You Should Ask When Hiring an Air Duct Cleaning Company

School is just about over and many people start to make new plans over the summer like moving to a new home before the next school year.

Moving into a new home is very exciting but more than likely when you move in, you don’t know who lived there before or what their living conditions were like. Were they smokers? Did they use chemicals in their home? When was the last time they hired an air duct cleaning company?

Whether you suffer from allergies, have unusual smells in your home, have moved into a new home, or simply want to create a healthier breathing environment for your family, you should consider hiring an air duct cleaning company.

Many times when hiring a Las Vegas  air duct cleaning company, they will ask you the questions like:

·         How many floors does your home have?

·         How many vents and returns do you have?

·         How many square feet is your home?

But what about the questions you should be asking them?

What kind of equipment do you use?

You may hear brushes and air sweeps or a roto-brush, for example. (a roto-brush is similar to a shop-vac with a 2 inch vacuum host and a can only reach branch lines.

Do you clean the vent lines or air ducts?

It’s important to understand the difference between vent line cleaning and air duct cleaning. (Stay tuned for our next articles on this topic.)

Are you going to use any chemicals with air duct cleaning?

Some companies may use a product and call it “sanitizing.” If you have already hired an air duct cleaning company and they will be “sanitizing” your home, ask what the real issues are and what chemicals they are using. These chemicals may affect your breathing environment.

Are there any other fees beyond the quoted price?

We hope to educate our customers about Air Duct Cleaning in Las Vegas as much as possible so that they can make informed decisions. If you have any questions about air duct cleaning, please contact us or visit our archives to view previous articles with tips and information.

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