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What to look for in air duct cleaning

Top 3 things to look for with duct cleaning is outlined below. If you plan to clean your furnace and or ducts in your home — or a commercial building — you’ll want to make sure you don’t get scammed!!!

A good rule of thumb is that you have to hire a licensed professional who is a gas technician (Vacu-Man Furnace and Duct Cleaning) to perform any such work. Although this idea is often not immediately apparent to homeowners trying to deal with the aftermath of renovations, or moving into a new home, starting a new business, it should be a greater consideration in years to come.

DUCT CLEANING PROMISES


Some duct cleaning companies who are known for promises, “cleaning” arrangements, or skimping on the job’s expectations are suspected to be among the most prevalent types of scams that have been documented in Canada.

Some of these same companies use legitimate credible duct cleaning companies advertising to entice homeowners who are looking to clean their ducts or furnace in their homes. These shady operators use calling centres in Pakistan to scam homeowners in Canada

Once a simple “save now” video or message is shared, you may find yourself automatically being directed to a fake duct cleaning company website or social media site. From there you will be asked for your phone number or emailed links to information regarding getting your ducts cleaning claiming to be from the legit duct cleaning company like Vacu-Man duct cleaning.

This line of service is very common but some homeowners are vulnerable to taking a chance with some shady operators, who will claim to have the all-knowing hand needed to insure quality workmanship.

Depending on what your goal is, this fake duct cleaning company also promises to be “substantially cheaper” compared to the fees being quoted by other companies, all in order to lock you into whatever agreement is being offered.

Once you begin a project that carries these many promises, don’t be too eager to accept the high standard or “duct cleaning” stamp of approval. This business tactic is quite common and can be especially damaging to home owners.

When it comes to contractors’ advertisements, it can also be risky to see everything you see as being in the $99 and less range. While almost everyone pays a higher, fixed fee depending on the detail level of duct cleaning and furnace cleaning you’re dealing.

Adam Oldfield | President – outlines the dangers of scam duct cleaning companies

Many times, these duct cleaning companies will not last more than a year. They are not capable of making a long term legit business out of it.


Top 3 things to look for with duct cleaning

  1. How long have they been in business?
  2. What are their reviews of their work (Google Maps)
  3. Will they clean my furnace AND my ducts?

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