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Air Duct Cleaning - Electric machines versus Gas machines

Electric machines need to be plugged into the same circuit that your vacuum cleaner plugs into. There is only so much power until you blow a circuit. The fact that you can blow a fuse or a circuit limits the amount of suction you can have.

The better the suction the better the job a company can provide for you.

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Why do pet odors smell on humid days?

Humidity reactivates odors. Drink spills, pet stains, soil from shoes -- they all have odor causing bacteria. They linger in your carpet, rugs, and upholstery until they are rinsed out.

Urine problems have alkaline crystals that eventually dry up after several months. But when a humid day day kicks in, you’ll smell the odor again. The odors can linger for years.

These stains need to be rinsed properly.

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Air Duct Cleaning - what are dustmites?

Dust mites are tiny bugs that live in your home. They measure about 1/100th of an inch in length, which is smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. Dust mites feed off of pet and human dander (dust), and their waste is a major cause of allergies and asthma. In children who have asthma, dust mites can cause them to wheeze more and need more asthma medicine. So, cutting down the number of dust mites in the home is an important step if your child has allergies or asthma.

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When was the last time you cleaned your carpeting?

Carpeting needs regular maintenance. You should clean your carpeting once a year. Our systems of cleaning can help maintain your carpeting and keep it looking its best. There is no substitute for regular maintenance. Why wait until your carpeting is so dirty you can’t stand it anymore. Call today and schedule your carpet cleaning today.

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Air Duct Cleaning who should I hire?

When searching for a company don’t just ask for a price, find out something about who you are hiring. When you step into the service industry you never know quite what you will get. Just asking do you clean ducts and how much, will deprive you of your money and leave it to chance that who you are hiring will give you a good job, bad job or no job.

Over the years I have heard you do a good job but I just want to pay for an ok job. Is there such a thing? No. The cheap guy is cheap for a reason. You get what you pay for and with air duct cleaning, the lowest price usually means a bad job which can be worst than no job. You’ll be lucky after the cheap guy comes out and the price stays cheap, usually the price goes up, way up. Most cheap guys are bait and switch, meaning the cheap price is a come on to get their foot in the door to your home, and once they arrive the price goes up, way up. The price going way up doesn’t mean you’re going to get a good job unfortunately you are probably going to get a bad job and just be out a lot of money.

A bad job can loosen up all the dust and debris in your ducts, and this loose debris can be blown through out your home making the situation worse. No dust removed but dust all over your home. Think before you hire. We only believe in doing the highest quality of work. Why settle for less?

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