Consumers should beware of “blow-and-go” firms who use scare tactics, bait you with a price of $49 to $149 for “whole house duct cleaning” only to switch their pricing once they arrive.
Most of these firms send only one person, not in uniform, and equipped with no more than a shop vacuum. Before you let these people into your home, we suggest that you call them back and ask the following four questions:
What is your procedure and does your vacuum equipment develop power of at least 1,500 cubic feet of air per minute?
How long do you estimate it will take to properly clean my system and ductwork?
Are you a member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association?
Will your advertised and quoted price change once you arrive.
Then call us and experience the Duct Doctor Difference.