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    Posted: 03/August/2008 at 2:00pm
I am looking at adding airduct cleaning to my new cc & Tile cleaning business. I have looked at Cleancraft's Spinvax 1000 system ($3149 Startup package). CAn anyone tell me if they have used or heard of this system or what they are using that I might want to consider. Or Tell me pros and cons of the airduct cleaning business in general.
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Man thats expensive.. You might not get any jobs..!
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Then can you suggest any other air duct cleaning packages that i can research that cost less and still does a good job. also if you are in the business, can you suggest how is the best way for me to get the word out that I do this. I have already included it in my marketing flyers etc. and put it on my van.
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Doing a google search is your fastest way.. Goodluck..

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Rotobrush is the most popular air duct equipment that I know of but i understand they kinda suck (no pun intended).  Theres another one that hooks into your truckmount but I have no name. Everlast cleaning equipment and supplies in fort lauderdale is the place I've seen it. google the company name for their website.  Also get in touch with the (ADCA)? I think its air duct cleaners association. Talk to the members or president and pick their brain for info. I did and found it very enlightening. good luck
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I think you mean NADCA.
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Do a search for AIRCARE systems.  They have alot of options and info for new folks in the business. 

However I have to ask, how long have you been in business? If for less than a year, I would recommend you stick to your tile and cc for a while before adding on something else. Havening more cleaning options is a good thing for someone more experienced in the industry but if your just starting out you may be stretching your skill level a bit thin. 

Better to be a specialist than a generalist.


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Yea like a jack-of-all-trades.. Master of none..!LOL Good point fuzzy!! Big%20smile
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