Why Birds are a Dryer Vent’s Worst Enemy

Spring is just around the corner, and with it comes mating season for all the local birds.  You may be wondering why in the world a duct cleaning blog would be spending time talking about birds and mating seasons, but trust us when we say it’s actually a big issue in our world.  And since

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5 Hot Homecare Tips for a Cozier, Healthier Winter

It’s cold these days in the tri-state region and right now between the low temperatures and COVID-19 more people are working from home and spending time in-doors than ever.  So if you’re going to be spending this much time inside, of course you want home to be cozy, comfortable, healthy, and maybe even shave some

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3 Things You Need to Know About Your Dryer vent

We get asked what you should do about a clogged dryer vent or how often you should clean your dryer vent all the time.  It’s a good question and there’s actually a little more to it than you may realize. So we thought that today we’d answer your question (plus a little more) by talking

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Keeping Your Home Safe Against COVID-19 This Winter

Here’s all the latest news you need to know on how to keep your home healthy and safe against COVID-19 this winter. For now, COVID-19 remains a major health concern in our country, with numbers of cases spiking in recent weeks. With that spike has come news of an impending vaccine but also a better

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How to Make Sure Your Duct Cleaner was Worth Your Money

Hiring a professional duct cleaning company isn’t the priciest investment you can make in your home, but it’s definitely not dirt cheap, either. Depending on what region of the country you live in and how large your home is, a good duct cleaner will charge you anywhere between $300 and a few thousand to do

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Can COVID live in your Ductwork?

No one really knows yet if COVID-19 can live in your ductwork. But what we do know is that air and contaminants are regularly circulated through ductwork and through rooms in businesses and homes via their duct systems.    If COVID enters your home, there is a chance it could continue to exist in your

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