This is a more detailed follow-up review to an experience with Texas Green Air from two years ago. It has been just over two years since Mr. Naim "cleaned" our ducts. He was in a hurry that Saturday (daughter's soccer game), and therefore accessed our ducts by slashing them wide open with a box cutter, and trying, but failing, to seal them shut with duct tape. The problem with cutting into fiberglass-lined ductwork is that you can't "seal" it with tape from the outside--it has an inner plastic lining that prevents the glass from flowing into the airway, and once that's cut, all h*** breaks loose.. We had to move out of our house and live in a hotel for two months as showers of fiberglass were embedding in our belongings, scraping our skin, and landing in our food and drink. We had to have all damaged ductwork replaced, and enjoyed two years of hanging pantyhose from every air vent to catch the continuing rain of fiberglass and dead spiders that crawled into the gaping holes that summer. Mr. Naim never accepted responsibility for his actions, but rather attempted several times to enter my property and cover up his errors. He smirked, made sarcastic remarks, and refused to assist us in regaining lost ground with our home and our filing with his insurance. He had the gall to claim that he never even did the work in the first place! We filed with his insurance and were reimbursed to the tune of over $20,000 for the damage he caused, and the expenses we incurred while living out of a hotel while trying to maintain normalcy for a school-aged child. Today, we finally took some of the pantyhose off the vents, to still find 3-inch-long chunks of slashed fiberglass resting in the grates. I feel for Mr. Naim's wife and kids; she seems like a nice person who gets caught in the middle of his blunders and misbehavior. I do know one thing now...I will investigate much further before I allow a serviceman into my home that I will have to ban from my property later. If you read my other reviews. you will know that there are some great ones out there.