MidWest Duct Cleaning Services

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MidWest Duct Cleaning Services
MidWest Duct Cleaning Services is listed in the Chimney Cleaning category in Shawnee, Kansas. Displayed below are the social networks for MidWest Duct Cleaning Services which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of MidWest Duct Cleaning Services on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

MidWest Duct Cleaning Services offers Chimney Cleaning services in Shawnee KS.

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MidWest Duct Cleaning Services has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that MidWest Duct Cleaning Services has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Shawnee, Kansas is 43 and in the Chimney Cleaning category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore

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Reviews 5 stars Robert H Customer since 2013 Midwest Duct Cleaning Crew arrived at 8:30 am on January 7, 2014. The crew consisted of two people, The first thing they did was cut two Five 5 1/2 inch round holes in the Mains to facilitate taking photos before any work was done. They also cut Two 7 1/2 holes in the mains in order to hook up the 8 inch vacuum line. Several photos were taken that clearly show the dust and construction debris that remained from the previous duct cleaning performed by “Preferred Duct Cleaning” on December 9, 2013. Next they hooked up a large powerful vacuum with the 8 inch diameter vacuum line to the main in front of the furnace. The vacuum line was brought from the front driveway and placed through an open window on the bottom floor of the house. Next they removed all of the floor and ceiling vents in the house and taped them all securely shut. Next they hooked up an air compressor in their truck and brought an air line through the garage door and into through back door in the laundry room. They then proceeded to uncover the supply vent they were working on while all the other supply vents and returns were securely taped shut. They air whipped each vent on the upper floor and then proceeded to the lower floor. All this was done while the large powerful vacuum system was pulling the dust and debris outside to the collection system. When they completed the cleaning of the supply vents, they then proceeded to clean the returns on the upper floor and then the lower floor. Their procedure was to blow air down the supply and returns before air whipping them. After the air whipping, they again blew compressed air through each opening to be sure they were clean. Once the supply vents and returns were cleaned, the main return line was photographed. The photos of the main return line clearly show the debris that was collected as a result of the returns being cleaned. The next step was to clean the main return line. To accomplish this they used the air whip and a mechanical brush that actually polished the return line. Once the Return line was cleaned, it was again photographed showing that all the debris had been removed. The next step consisted of photographing the supply line before cleaning, again showing clearly the debris that resulted from the cleaning of the supply vents. The supply line was cleaned using the air whip and a large mechanically operated brush to accomplish this. Once the main supply lines were cleaned they were again photographed showing that all the debris had been removed. The Midwest Crew finished at 2:20 pm. I couldn’t be happier with what they did. They were both Gentlemen and kept me informed throughout the entire process with the before & after Photos.

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A video from the National Air Duct Cleaners Association about Indoor Air Quality and Your Home's Heating and Cooling System

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Here is a video guide to proper air duct cleaning provided by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association.