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August 6, 2012 at 12:59 am #5743YorkyH1987Member
I need to have duct cleaning done in my house, and i contacted number of companies and prices vary between %75-$400, so whats the deal with such a price difference? who should i contact for teh best service and a good price?August 13, 2012 at 12:26 am #5885love4UMember
i dont suggest going with the cheap service as i faced this dilema before. I called some company who promissed duct cleaning for $99, they sent chines guy who hardly spoke English and it turned out that this was not a full duct cleaning service, it was only partial and he told me that i had to pay extra for each grill, furnace cleaning, sanitization and whole bunch of other things and that if i wanted a full duct cleaning service then it would cst me $460 dollars. I ended up paying him $99 and then called a different comapny who did a full duct cleaning service for $230 for my whole house, so dont think that cheaper is better.May 6, 2016 at 2:52 pm #15277AnonymousInactive
The majority of good air duct cleaning companies use outdoor vented equipment, so all the dust and debris they capture is vented and contained outside the home. A duct cleaner who uses inferior equipment can actually cause more harm by agitating and releasing more dust into your home, or worse, damaging your duct work. My advice is look out for the Companies which are offering a super low price on air duct cleaning might do more harm and no good. The fact of the matter is this: The average air duct cleaning for most homes costs between $300 and $500, with factors like the size of the home, the number of ducts and their configuration affecting the price.
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