Duct Cleaning Forum
Air-Care has recently launched an air duct cleaning forum. It is a great place for those in the industry to ask and answer questions and discuss and debate anything related to air duct cleaning.
Here's some recent posts from DuctCleaningForum.com.
Posted on Tue, 18 Jun 2013 12:50:40 -0400
חברת הנדלן טי גי איי > השקעות נדלן בחול http://hai19.com/phpfox/index.php?do=/blog/16153/real-estate-to-buy/
Posted on Tue, 18 Jun 2013 11:44:32 -0400
tgi השקעות > נכסים מניבים http://blog.tapuz.co.il/nadlantlv
Posted on Tue, 18 Jun 2013 11:37:49 -0400
חברת tgi ... השקעות בארה"ב http://saloona.co.il/nadlanabroad/?p=4
Posted on Wed, 06 Jun 2012 12:07:04 -0400
There has been some recent drama lately regarding the National Air Duct Cleaners Association. The board recently passed a measure to change the management company for the association, much to the chagrin of many of the NADCA members.
Some members feel the reasons given were not good enough or there was not enough communication made with the members before the decision to change management companies took place.
You can read the press release here: http://www.nadca.com/sites/default/files/userfiles/documents/nadca_press_release_final.pdf
Does anyone here on the forum even know or care about this and what are your thoughts on joining NADCA? If you are a member, what benefit have you received by being a member? If you are not a member, what is stopping you from joining?
Posted on Tue, 24 Apr 2012 20:12:47 -0400
What do you think is a fair price, as a worker doing the actual job, for a full residential duct cleaning and a commercial duct cleaning job respectively? (Using averages)
Posted on Mon, 25 Jun 2012 15:26:27 -0400
I read the following article today that brings up a good point about not needing legislation that's designed to reduce duct cleaning scams and complaints. What do you think? Read the article and comment below.
Posted on Fri, 21 Sep 2012 16:11:28 -0400
i am looking for a little bit of info about getting started and if a contractors license is need.
i have been in hvac for the last ten years and currently a tm for a nation wide equipment and parts supplier.
so if any of you ducted cleaning vets have any wise words for me that would me much appreciated.
Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2013 15:07:06 -0400
What marketing strategies have been working for you guys? We have just started offering this service and use nikros negative air machine with air tools... We have used yellow pages and created a website. Do you think door hangers may be a good idea? Any advice would be great.. thanks
Posted on Thu, 30 May 2013 22:12:08 -0400
1997 Ford F-350 diesel with a Cadi-Vac air duct cleaning truck. 200,000 kilometres, runs great, fully equipped. 200 feet of vacuum hose which is 10', 8' and lead vac of 6' vaccuum hose. 250' of air hose. Comes with whips, tools etc.. All ready to work.
2002 Dodge 3500 4x4 diesel with a Cadi-Vac air duct cleaning truck. 400,000 kilometers, runs awesome. New Cummins diesel motor with 80,000 kilometres on it, brand new tires, brand new drive shaft, brand new ball joints, breaks, brand new tie rods and front end work, brand new windshield, newer clutch. This truck will still last for your with all the new parts put on it. The Cadi-Vac since coming to Victoria from Alberta has bled out rust. The unit needs to be sandblasted and painted and will look as good as new$1,000 fix). The gas gauge does not work and the front drive shaft from the transfer case needs new universals($40.00 fix). Besides that it is fully equipped to be working, 250' of vacuum and air hose. All the whips, tools etc..
2 Abatement technologies portable machines, one is the Hepa unit. Brand new Hepa filter cartridge and brand new baghs. They are beat up but work well. 2 - 25 sections of 12' vacuum hose brand new in the box, as are the couplings clamps.
Numerous miscellaneous tools, such as a video scope, chimney cleaning brushes(all different sizes and brand new in boxes), rods, there is all the equipment and then some to start a business immediately.
This is a packaged deal, I will not be piecing it out. Send me a message if you are interested and we can talk about the equipment and discuss a price.
Posted on Thu, 21 Jun 2012 14:54:44 -0400
I'm curious if anyone has tried using Groupon to bring in new business. I can't imagine it being profitable in the least sense because you have to discount your services so much, plus Groupon takes their 35% or whatever it is.
Has anyone tried it and if so, was it successful?