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    Friday, November 2, 2018

    Best Air Duct Cleaning Equipment

    Many people are now conscious that indoor polluting of the environment is a problem of accelerating concern and elevated visibility. A lot of companies are marketing services and products meant to improve the caliber of your indoor air. You've most likely seen an advert, received a coupon within the mail, or been contacted directly with a company offering to wash your ductwork as a way of enhancing your home's indoor quality of air. These types of services typically - although not always - range on price from $450 to $1,000 per cooling and heating system, based on:
    • the services offered
    • the size of the system to be cleaned
    • system accessibility
    • climatic region
    • level of contamination



    Various kinds of equipment and tools may be used to effectively clean an Heating and cooling unit. Some companies use truck-mounted equipment yet others use portable vacuums. NADCA standards condition that, when used correctly, both kinds of equipment can complete the job properly.

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    If you are looking for the best air duct cleaning equipment, in my opinion, the best portable equipment is made by Abatement Technologies (electric) or Meyers Equipment (gas). If you use a Rotobrush, you can make some residential money, but you are not going to do the customer much good. The Rotobrush is crap and way overpriced. If you use a Rotobrush and show the customer what you got out of their ductwork, most will say something like "is that all?" For the same amount of money, you can have a top of the line portable system (truckmount is much more).

    I haven't used the duct cleaning attachments that connect with the CC vac hose, in order to not fairly recommend for or against. If you're attempting to fit the duct cleaning equipment in your CC van being an add-on for the residential CC customers, you most likely want to choose the attachments for that vac hose. You will not have the ability to fit others unless of course you utilize a box truck.

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