Trusted & Accurate Information Regarding Duct Cleaning
19 Aug 2018

Beware ‘Blow-and-go’ Scams

For their own peace of mind, home owners should get their heating an cooling systems cleaned by members of NADCA, who must comply with a strict Code of Ethics. Some homeowners have been taken by what’s known as “blow-and-go” air duct cleaning—but you don’t have to be. These companies charge what seems a nominal fee but do a very poor job. They may ask you to pay extra for unneeded services and even pretend to be members of NADCA.

Before you hire a business you should see their DC Rating score. visit here.

08 Aug 2018

Dishonest individuals offering duct cleaning on Facebook community groups

Dishonest Duct CleaningRecently more and more people in the US and Canada are falling for Facebook community group scams. Dishonest individuals are creating multiple listings, and they share ads that entice people with the low prices and amazing promises. Unfortunately, when something seems too good to be true, it most likely is. Most of these listings are created by a person that lacks the equipment, professionalism and manpower needed to deliver high-quality results.

Most of these companies that create these Facebook community group listings tend to promote their services in many areas, even if they only cover a single city. They just end up traveling to other cities to get more work. But the problem is that they work on volume, not quality.

How does this affect you?

The regular duct cleaning will take anywhere from 3-5 hours. However, these companies provide you with a faster cleaning that they say it’s very comprehensive and complete. Yet if they spend only 1 hour or less on duct cleaning, you can imagine they are unable to cover everything. In fact, many times a lot of dirt is missed, and is now awake and will gradually effect your indoor air quality.

These scammers are mostly focused on very populated areas like Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal for example. The idea, as always, is to know exactly what you are getting into. Most fake businesses like these create Facebook listings to appear trustworthy. They simple copy and paste false information about their services, some of these individuals will also pretend to represent a reputable local company. But if you want to work with a team of experts, the first thing you want to do is verify their information.

Is there a way to avoid scammers?

As you can see, there are plenty of dishonest practices, and these tend to show which companies are reliable and which are just trying to scam people for money. The best thing you can do is to visit, as here you will be able to find professionals that are fully certified to provide duct cleaning services.

Another good resource is our website Which gives you immediate access to some of the best duct cleaning professionals in your area. There are plenty of tools you can use to stay safe, so the last thing you want is to deal with any scammers.

True duct cleaning professionals don’t normally showcase their services on Facebook community groups. If you see a low priced duct cleaning listing on a Facebook group, you should be on high alert. Another red flag is that most of these Facebook group listing won’t share any company name or phone number, if they do provide a business information most of the time it’s cloned from a legit practice. The last warning and the most obvious red flag is out of town duct cleaners. (why do they travel so far???) You can read more about this on another website with a similar article Facebook community groups are targeted by dishonest companies.

A lot of people fall for these ads because they offer lower prices when compared to qualified professionals. But it’s important to hire only qualified professionals using resources like NADCA or This way you can be sure that you work with a true professional and you get the job done properly at all times!