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"While the technician was nice and professional, the reason I was disappointed is because he could not find the location where the dryer vent exited the house so" assumed it just blew the hot air, lint and debris from the dryer into the ceiling which is a fire hazard and overall, a sub-optimal arrangement. He recommended having a new vent installed to exit the house for around $350. I didn't feel comfortable doing that on the spot so I hired another company to come and evaluate. They quickly found the exit point of the vent (which was on the roof of our home) so I ended up paying another $200 for a second company to come out and identify the exit point, and also clean the vent since they said it did not appear to have been cleaned. So overall, I was disappointed because I had to pay twice to get my dryer vent cleaned. Thankfully, I did not go through the trouble or expense to get a second vent installed as originally proposed.

-Jennifer D.

was very professional and on time for the job. He needed to reschedule (come later in the day we booked) but gave me a weeks notice to ask" if that would be ok. He called before heading out (at my request) and waited for me to get to the property (rental) without complaining. He toured the house and made his plan and did the job in under 2 hours.

-Rebecca H.

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Yes Jupiter. It depends on the severity of the situation, is the mold encapsulated in the insulation. If yes, than replace [insulation] it with new. Is it on the casing of the heater? If yes, clean it with a mold neutralizing metal cleaner. It's not a matter of finding something or someone to clean or address the existing mold. It's a matter of finding a contractor to rectify what is causing the mold grow. It's coming from excessive moisture in the air-handler unit. I can say with 100% surety you’re dealing with poor airflow and/or incorrect equipment sizing! Either issue will cause excessive icing of the evaporator coil, which leads to excessive condensate water in the system. The condensate will eventually overflow the drain pan leaving stagnant water in the air-handler housing, which leads to mold growth. I would not let any contractor do any kind of temporary repair, add any device like a UV light or air-cleaning product until the aforementioned is corrected. I talk a lot about this in my videos and on my website. It is the result of improper system design from unqualified contractors. There is a reason why some guys cost more than others, and this is one reason why!

If the ducts are venting through a window I'm assuming the duct work is all easily accessible.  Lowe's and Home Depot sell a cleaning kit that uses an electric drill to spin the brush as it goes through the ductwork.  I've found it to work quite well and you can do it yourself.  It may take a few passes the first time to get everything out if it has been a while since it was last cleaned.  Just make sure you get all of the loose lint out after running the brush through from both ends and you're good to go.  Please note that if the line is not hard but rather a flex duct line you can easily puncture a whole in it with this kit and will do better to clean it by hand.

Todd Shell
Todd's Home Services
There are varying opinions on the type of cleaning to have done on your air ducts.  My opinion is that it varies based on the type of duct work you have.  If you have solid material (typically metal) ducting you can have use a company that uses a brush to scrape the system clean.  If you have flexible plastic or foil ducts the solvent cleaners are generally a safer bet since the brushes often tear holes in the soft material and/or pull joints loose.  It really depends on what type on ducting you have.  You're ducts will collect all kinds of dirt, skin cells and allergens over time so if you see dicoloration around your vents it is probably time to get them checked and cleaned.

Also, don't stop at the duct work.  Don't forget your annual system check up by a licensed HVAC technician.  They'll make sure your system is running at peak performance, keeping it running efficiently and with as little impact as possible on your electric bill.  You can often save the cost of the annual tune up in the electricity cost saved.  If you have a natural gas system a bi-annual check and cleaning of the HVAC unit may be advisable to save electricity and gas.

Todd Shell
Todd's Home Services

Your right, HVAC companies are really not much help at all in regard to getting all the rooms and floors the same temperature, and airflow.  It's not their focus or their expertise. They repair and sell hardware.  I had the same exact problem here in Central Florida.  I had rooms that were to hot in the summer and the same ones were to cold in the colder months.  I have a 2 story 2800 sq ft home with 4 bedrooms.  I did a lot of research, and I tried to fix it myself, but in reality I made it worse.  I finally found a company here in the Central Florida area called AirFlowBalance, LLC.  Their web site is AirFlowBalance.com.  This company is not an HVAC dealer or repairer.  Their sole focus is to balance the airflow and temperature in a home by using a nonevasive proprietary process, with patented devices. Now, when I set my thermometer at 75 degrees, every room is 75 degrees.  I no longer have to bump up or down the temp from room to room.  No more thermostat wars with my family!  Also, I was very supprised at how affordable it was and the whole job was done under 3 hours.  They also have an online estimate page on their web site.  I hope this helps, and I am not sure if they have an office in AZ.
if you have exhausted all of your choices I would call and put a complain in with the BBB then go to the DA and put a complain with them.  Then get a good lawyer and sue them for all you can get.

raymond gonzalez
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Everything went very good. Prompt scheduling, on time and very professional. They up-sold the gas fireplace cleaning, glad I did it. Good price($50) and it looks like new. Highly recommend.
- David R.

Technicians arrived promptly at the scheduled time.
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and Yeah were both professional, explained what they would be doing and then returned to their trucks to get their equipment. They were very careful in the common areas of the building so as not to nick the walls or scratch the elevator walls. Flooring was covered in the entrance and in the hallway, where they would be working on the furnace. They worked quickly and were done in about an hour. After they left I checked the vents they had cleaned and found that most of them were still closed. Although it was not difficult to open them, it irritated me that they couldn't have opened them again. Also, they left 3 paper vent covers they had used sitting on my desk in the 2nd bedroom, and a ball of used masking tape on a table in the living room. My condo association has hired this company several times in the past few years to clean the dryer vents within the units. The techs have always been professional, polite and efficient. So the small problems I listed above were minor, as I've had good experience with
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; they just could have done a little better with the clean-up before leaving.

- Nancy S.

Very polite and professional. Came on time for the estimate and priced lower than the other two quotes I had received. Walked me through the entire process showing exactly what they were going to do and with what tools/machines. On the day of service I had the same technician and a helper, and both were great. Extremely clean, and again walked me through each step so I could see what I was paying for and how much they were actually cleaning. I will be using them to do my vent cleanings in the future.
- Lisa S.

I knew when I ordered the basic service, I would end up paying more because nothing had been cleaned in 27 years! I was pleased with the quality of service.
- Bruce H.

We purchased 2 of the deals because we have zoned heating/cooling systems.

in addition to that we had to pay extra for additional vents and mainlines.

I feel like the extras piled up pretty quickly but overall we were satisfied with the job.

- Mark M.

Our 1950s era house had multiple layers of asbestos-laden flooring in the bathroom. We had
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come in and remove all the flooring before we started a bathroom remodel. They showed up on time and were done slightly faster than they estimated. Since we were working with asbestos I was somewhat nervous, but they were extremely safety conscious and did a great job of sealing off the rest of the house. We are planning a bigger job in the future of removing kitchen flooring and will definitely be using
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again for our floor removal needs. Based on my overall experience with the company I would also generally recommend them for any other work.
- Kirstin B.

Vent tubing itself was clean as a whistle. This is impressive given the length and turns involved. However the exhaust vent at the outside of the house was full of lint gunk. The exhaust was some 20-30' in the air and it looks like they didn't go up and after it. That said, I would still hire them again but be more clear about my expectations....More /> Price paid is a very, very rough estimate. It was some months ago.

- Josh J.

Cleaners arrived on time, performed their job quickly. I watched. Asked questions. They did a good job. I would used them again.
- Jon M.

Air Duct Cleaners in Honor, MI

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Bigelow Carpet & Duct Cleaning Inc

8836 Cedar Run Rd
Traverse City

Bigelow Carpet & Duct Cleaning, Inc.

8836 Cedar Run Road
Traverse City

Good Harbor Property Service

538 second st
Traverse City


3160 Continental Dr
Traverse City

Hammer Restoration Inc

1733 Industrial Ave
Mount Pleasant

IMBIGR Handyman Services,LLC

7332 N. 43 1/2 Rd.

Moore Mechanical

12760 Honor Hwy




1315 south airport rd
Traverse City

ServiceMaster Clean By Hazelton

2800 Aero Park DR
Traverse City

Stanley Steemer

88 Hughes Drive
Traverse City

Stanley Steemer

1250 Ortman Rd

Virtus Group - National Team

8765 Stockyard Drive

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