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What You'll Get
Heating and cooling ducts are essential components of any home, ensuring a comfortable environment for residents and easy building access for everyday spies. Make sneaking around easier with today's Groupon: for $99, you get $250 worth of home air-duct cleaning from Sani-Clean Air Duct Cleaning. $250 of air-duct cleaning usually covers up to 1,200 square feet. This Groupon is valid for Macomb, Wayne, and Oakland Counties; travel fees may apply to other areas.
Sani-Clean's duct-dredging duo, Jeremy and Eric, employ a mighty power-vac truck and air compressor to suck dust and dirt from stagnant home vents. The pair begins each cleaning by thoroughly explaining the process to homeowners, as well as inspecting the abode and scrutinizing all work areas. To fully accommodate the powerful vacuum, 1- to 8-inch holes are cut into ducts and patched up with industry standard heavy-duty sheet metal and rubber plugs when the cleaning ends or vents cry "uncle." Jeremy and Eric respect all domiciles by gingerly carrying out all cleanings and donning shoe covers if requested, and residents can even ask the two to snap before and after photos to admire the hard work accomplished and update the house's acting resumé.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. New clients only. Extra fee for houses that exceed the $250 Groupon value. Extra fee outside Macomb, Wayne, or Oakland Counties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sani-Clean Air Duct Cleaning
After amassing 14 years of experience at a major air-duct cleaning chain, Jeremy Marquardt parlayed the expertise he picked up into his own business. Founded in 2011, Sani-Clean Air Duct Cleaning is built upon a foundation of industry knowledge. Licensed-and-insured technicians use NADCA-recommended Power Vac Trucks—with vacuums and compressors that run off the engines—to create industrial-strength suction that removes dust, hazardous materials, and previous residents’ hidden stashes of soy-sauce packets from air ducts, furnaces, and dryer vents. To help customers ease allergies and asthma, the staff also equips furnaces with UV lights that minimize dust and produce clean air.