Clean Air Houston Pro Extends Promotional Offers For Residential Duct Cleaning Services

Commercial air duct cleaning is now available at marked down rates, thanks to Clean Air Houston Pro, as the company has declared its annual offer for a limited time period.

August 17, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

In order to provide customers high quality services in duct cleaning, reconstruction and restoration of damages, Air Duct Cleaning Pro has recently announced its limited period offer on commercial duct cleaning services. With wide-ranging services in this domain, the vent cleaning Houston company has extended this offer for almost every building and place including schools, universities, hospitals, apartments, offices, restaurants and more; all across the Houston area.

The experts of the duct cleaning Houston service provider have however decided to provide their valued customers the offer for a brief time period only. “Keeping in mind the gathering of most people in these commercial zones, a large number of places often neglect the importance of commercial duct cleaning. Costs have increased no doubt, which is why the rates have been slashed to help most owners avail this offer on a budget and in a timely manner,” said Ben Shalom, a senior executive of the reputable air duct cleaning Houston business.

One of the chief hallmarks of the air duct cleaning Houston TX service provider is that professional technicians visit the site, conduct extensive research before they put in the required level of effort to get the work done. Also, every member is trained to use the latest equipment and technology so as to ensure that the work is completed timely and in a systematic manner.

The CEO of the company recently appeared at a press conference and shared his thoughts about the new offers, “Not paying attention to air ducts means acting lackadaisical towards visitors. Every human deserves to stay healthy. Not maintaining optimum levels of hygiene will only cause further trouble. Keeping in mind the larger goal, we have hence reduced our duct cleaning services’ rates and to help everyone afford the same. This is for a limited time period, which is why we insist our customers to avail this at the earliest.”

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Clean Air Houston Pro is a leading name in the duct cleaning domain for residential and commercial spaces.

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Company name: Clean Air Houston Pro

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Full Address: 3306 Inverness Path Lane, Houston, TX 77053

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