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Month: February 2016

Do you Have an Insurance Claim that Includes Duct Cleaning?

If you have an insurance claim for damage to your home caused by mold, water damage, sewer line damage or fire, make sure the company doing your cleaning is qualified to take care of these issues! Make sure they follow NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) cleaning standards. NADCA qualified duct cleaners are required to …

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What are the Benefits of Cleaning my Commercial Office Duct Work?

There are many reasons why commercial buildings should be cleaned. The most important is the employees that work in the building. Sick Building Syndrome is a health condition that can occur and reduce work efficiency and increase absenteeism. Sick Building Syndrome is a situation that occurs when occupants of a building start to experience some …

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Can My Insulated Ductwork Be Cleaned?

At times we come across ductwork that is internally insulated. Over the past several years, there has been an increase in the number of duct cleaning companies out there. It is very important that the cleaning professional is familiar with NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) guidelines. Although fiber board and duct board products are …

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I Just Bought a House! Should I Have the Air Ducts Cleaned?

Purchasing a home is a huge investment! You have already gone through the home inspection and hopefully the “guts” of the house are very sound. The house may be brand spanking new or it could be an older home and some renovations were done prior to the big moving day. You may have put in …

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How do I hire a qualified Duct Cleaning Company?

LICENSING: A Home Improvement Contractors License, issued by the Division of Consumer Affairs, is a requirement for all duct cleaners. This came about after the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs sued duct cleaning companies that used “Bait and Switch” tactics as well as fraudulent advertising. Make sure the company you choose is properly licensed and …

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