What Should You Ask Your Air Duct Cleaning Company?
Upon arriving to your home or office, our technicians will greet you, perform a vent count for your final price confirmation and answer any questions you may have about our process. Inside your home or office, our technicians remove each vent and clean all dust and debris that may be covering the vents. While this is happening, another technician will be connecting an 8 inch hose from our vacuum trailer to your furnace, and this hose will place your HVAC system under negative pressure. The negative pressurization will pull the contaminants
within your system outside to our trailer. After the hose is connected and the system is pressurized, our technicians will run an air whip down each line where the vent cover comes off. This whip runs all the way down the line back to the plenum on the furnace, ensuring that the entire length of each line is thoroughly cleaned. As the air whip runs down the line, it is breaking up everything inside, while the vacuum hose simultaneously pulls the dust and debris out of unit to the trailer outside. After all return and supply lines have been cleaned, we then clean the return and supply plenum, filter compartment, drain pan, blower motor housing and the coils on the furnace. The system is also sanitized for mold, mildew or bacteria that may or may not be in the unit. Once this is complete, our technicians put each of your vent covers back in the correct place and turn the system back on.
Is your company NADCA Certified?
The National Air Duct Cleaner’s Association has set forth standards and procedures for properly and thoroughly cleaning HVAC systems. Companies with a NADCA membership as well as companies with employees who are ASCS (Air System Cleaning Specialists) and CVI (Certified Ventilation Inspectors) certified, helps ensure that you are receiving high quality service.
Do you clean the entire system or just the duct lines?
Ensuring that the company you choose cleans each duct line along with the entire furnace is a very important part of having a thoroughly clean system. This is a crucial question to ask because if only the lines are cleaned and not the furnace, the dust and debris left within the furnace will recontaminate your duct lines and continue to circulate the contaminates through the system.
What is your air duct cleaning process?
Again, ensuring that your chosen company cleans the entire system, including the lines, furnace and vent covers is crucial to receiving a high quality air duct cleaning. Also, making sure that the cleaning includes both the return and supply lines is very important. If only one side of the system is cleaned, the dirty side of the system will recontaminate the clean lines. Refer to MediClean’s process for more specific information.
Ensure that your chosen company has transparent pricing and be sure to ask if the air duct cleaning service is going to include any additional costs. MediClean is always up front about our pricing and process.
Reviews and Testimonials
While not always a guarantee, good reviews and client testimonials is another way to learn about a company’s reputation. MediClean is proud to have all 5-star reviews, and customer satisfaction is our top priority!
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
It is important that the company you choose has the proper insurance, bonding and licensing. This protects both you and the company should any issues arise.
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