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 take yearly continuing education courses. Make sure their certification is current!
In addition to following NADCA standards, make sure the company has the proper equipment to deal with the issue at hand. Once your home is remediated, duct cleaning should be the last phase of the cleaning. It is imperative that the equipment is powerful enough to remove any remnants of the disaster and the proper chemicals are used to counter the bacteria and odor left behind.
Don’t skimp on this final stage! Encourage your cleaning company and insurance carrier to use Advanced Furnace. We are professionals with 51 years of experience and with a fleet of commercial grade trucks with 15,855 cfm’s of suction.