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04/22/2016
By: Koral M.
Quality Air & Restoration
spent $45 on a 'deal of the day' coupon. I have called and texted them 6 TIMES over 2 months with ZERO response. After reading the other review, I am glad they haven't responded, as they would have came to my house to continue the scam. These guys SUCK
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12/02/2015
By: Heather A.
Quality Home Solutions
I would never recommend using this company. While cleaning our vents Quality Home Solutions broke our air conditioner. After stating they would pay for the repair we spent 7 weeks with them screening our calls and not returning our messages. We finally called on a different number and got someone to answer. We were then told they would pay half the repair instead of the entire amount.
10/13/2014
By: Sha C.
Quality Air & Restoration
listen here consumers , these guys came to my house for a coupon price , sold me $800 worth of work and didn't do anything but bang around on my duct work , buyer beware , this is a scam
Tips & Advices
The most important reason to keep air ducts clean is your health! Particularly if you have allergies, sensitivities, or respiratory issues, it’s important to keep the air quality high--not to mention potentially dangerous molds from building up. It’s also important for the health of your HVAC system. Keeping it clean and well maintained will improve performance and the life expectancy of the HVAC unit.
The most common sources of air duct buildup are the number of people and pets living in the residence, and the air quality in the local area. All of these affect interior air quality. The more dust, dirt, and random air particles floating about, the more that are drawn into the HVAC system.
Mold in the air ducts can be an easy DIY fix. First, turn OFF your HVAC system. Find an approved cleaning solution. Pour or spray the solution on the infected area. Put on protective gear and a mask - you do not want to make contact with the mold (or chemicals! or breathe it in. Scrub the area using disposable towels or brushes, and be sure to check the drip pan and evaporator coils. Vacuum the affected areas after cleaning. Bag all your rags and utensils and dispose of properly. Apply an inhibitor to the affected areas to prevent future growth. It is recommended to call a professional if you have more than 10 square feet of mold as this may be too big of a job, or there might be other/larger issues. Even if you don’t have more than 10 square feet of mold, you can still call a professional to clean it up.
Under normal conditions, standard-use residential ducts (HVAC systems) should be cleaned every three to five years. Usage, system age and condition, local air quality, and number of residents and pets can affect cleaning frequency needs. Harsher conditions might require cleaning as often as every two years. Obviously, if your system is not functioning properly or the output air quality is bad, consult a professional sooner rather than later to get a proper diagnosis.
The best way to know if your cleaning was effective is through improved performance of your HVAC system, ideally. You can have before-and-after pictures taken of the ducts (make sure they are of the intake ducts - the ducts that return air into your room), motor and coils. Another tip is smell – sniff the ducts before and after the work is done. Outside of noticeably improved performance, smell and visual evidence are your best indicators.

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