Regular duct cleanings are an easy way to keep air circulating through the home, though not as satisfying as punching a hole in every wall. Feel a calming breeze with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a complete air-duct cleaning (a $249 value)
- $79 for a complete air-duct cleaning and dryer-vent cleaning (a $398.99 value)<p>
Air-duct cleanings extract dust mites, pollen, and fungi from all vents, one main duct, and one return duct in homes of up to 3,000 square feet. Technicians begin the process by cleaning the air handler and removing the vent registers to treat them with a cleaning detergent. Next, air ducts are cleaned with either negative air cleaning or contact cleaning, and lastly, decontamination solutions are put into the duct system to eradicate bacteria and odors. An optional dryer-vent cleaning removes built-up lint, thus improving the performance of the dryer and reducing the risk of house fires.<p>
Speed Dry Cleaning and Restoration
As their company’s name implies, Speed Dry’s technicians understand that when homes have been damaged by water or fire, the restoration process needs to begin immediately. This is why they offer 24-hour emergency response for residential and commercial properties, issuing a free estimate for all jobs before diving in. After using thermal infrared imaging to show any hidden damage or ghosts stuck behind walls, team members remedy water or fire damage, then return rooms to pristine condition with reconstruction services.
Speed Dry also offers mold remediation, during which technicians carefully quarantine the affected area to prevent the spread of spores throughout the home, thereby negating the potential threat of a crashed UFO in the backyard. In addition to invasive repairs, customers can commission cosmetic improvements such as carpet and tile cleaning.
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“on time, efficient”
“Very nice workers. Got some good advice.”
“I just scheduled my appointment the other day, but from my experience so far their responsiveness has been prompt!”