Bee's Air Duct Cleaning
About this pro
18 years in business
102 hires on Thumbtack
Their work was top notch!Feb 15, 2018Verified
Kathleen was very responsive to my questions and up-front about all costs. Initially they were able to offer an appointment a few days out, which was great, but then she contacted me to see if we'd like to have them come out that day due to a cancellation. The service was detailed, careful and effective. The techs were very polite and able to work around our pets, kids and baby gates! I highly recommend this company.Nov 19, 2017Verified
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?All of our technicians are HVAC certified technicians and our Bee's Air Duct Cleaning is certified by NADCA (the National Air Duct Cleaners Association)
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Since air duct cleaning is an unregulated industry in Colorado, it is very important to check reviews and to ask questions. Obviously, if a company has great reviews you can feel more confident hiring them based on their reputation. Here are few other questions you should be asking. What is you HVAC background or training? One of the main reasons to have your air ducts cleaned is to increase energy efficiency and lengthen the life of your furnace. When an unqualified technician performs your air duct cleaning, you definitely do not want them to clean or even touch your furnace. Since cleaning the furnace is a main component of duct cleaning we do not recommend hiring anyone that does not offer furnace cleaning or is not qualified to perform this service. Make sure that your duct cleaning includes cleaning all supply and return air vents as well as the furnace and trunk. Often times, less than honest companies will lure you in with a low price. They are banking on the fact that the average homeowner does not know what all the parts of there HVAC system are called. They will either perform an incomplete air duct cleaning or jack up the price as soon as they are in your home by adding in what ever part of the system was not included in their price. What kind of equipment do you use? We see many companies using "portable" equipement. They have a lot of fancy buzz words that make these machines out to be better than they really are. They truth is these machines are cheap, and not powerful enough for most projects. They are essentially shop vacs on wheels and should only be used for condos, mobile homes and other small systems where their is an access issue. Industrial truck mounted equipment is necessary for residential and commercial jobs. Do you use camera inspection? There is usually a reason a company does not want you to see their work. Always make sure a company allows you to inspect their work before paying.