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Air Duct Cleaning Co.
Key Differentiating Factors and Key Benefits of the Air Duct Cleaning Company:- ADCC uses17,000 Cubic Feet Per Minute of suction power versus the standard norm of 100 to 1100 - ADCC uses large vacuums that cover the entire area of your ducting - ADCC will remove all of your supply registers and return air grills, take them outside and power washes them before neatly replacing them. - ADCC will do a complete cleaning and evaluation of your furnace. - ADCC will open and repair any needed ductwork to ensure thorough cleaning. - ADCC will do a complete evaluation of your home and your specific needs before quoting any price. - ADCC is one of VERY few NADCA certified Air Duct Cleaning Companies in Utah. - ADCC will remove, clean and reinstall blower, motor and assembly - Due to the NADCA certification, ADCC follows a strict 17-point checklist upon arrival and an 18-point checklist upon departure. \*ADCC - Air Duct Cleaning Company !(http://web.ksl.com/TV/zads/air_duct/nadca-cert.gif)
Who needs the Air Duct Cleaning Company?- Households with pets that shed high amounts of hair and dander. - Households with water contamination or damage to the home or HVAC system. - Households with residents that have allergies or asthma who might benefit from a reduction in the amount of indoor air pollutants in the homes HVAC system. - Households who have just completed home renovations or remodeling. - Older homes that have settled and or have NEVER had the ductwork cleaned - Households that have had their duct work cleaned by inferior companies. - Owners of newly constructed homes prior to occupancy. - Households with Smokers
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