Duct Cleaning in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Seattle, Bellevue, Shoreline, WA, and the Surrounding Areas
Air ducts should be cleaned once every three years. This is no standard timeline but recommended if there’s significant mold growth, excessive levels of debris and dust or a vermin infestation in the system. Duct cleaning can cost more than thousand dollars and some service technicians may indicate issues that may not exist, only to make you spend as much as possible. The following tips shall help you hook with more scrupulous and honest service professionals and spend reasonable cash.
Duct Cleaner Credentials
Generally, duct cleaners aren’t licensed. Therefore, you’ll have to look into other parameters to skim through to the best service providers. Seek a workers’ compensation and liability insurance coverage from the company. Reputable companies should possess such credentials and also shall not mind showing them on request. Here at 1st Response Heating and Air Solutions, we are happy to tell you about all of our licenses and certifications.
Air duct cleaning firms having National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) certification and membership are almost guaranteed to be reliable. It’s not mandatory for all employees of the firm to be NADCA-certified – even one employee with a NADCA membership shall suffice. Generally, a NADCA member agrees to adhere to the best practices of a company or association, which entails addressing the whole HVAC setup and not the ductwork alone.
Certified HVAC Professionals
Contact 1st Response Heating and Air Solutions immediately if you’d like qualified and certified HVAC professionals taking charge of your duct cleaning. We have been serving the Seattle region for more than 10 years, and can offer you the right blend of experience and expertise.