About Air Quality Control Environmental Inc: Air Duct Cleaning, Air Purifying Systems and more.
Air Quality Control Environmental is proud to be South Florida’s independent air quality authority.
Started in the early 90’s by Mike’s father Al, Mike and Kelly Dexter now helm Air Quality Control in Coral Springs, which employs over 15 team members and numerous company service vehicles.
Since 1991, we have been providing area businesses and homeowners with excellent duct cleaning done professionally.
All of our expert service technicians have extensive knowledge of ductwork and HVAC systems, and are trained to use our patented technologies. We work to enhance the quality of the air in your home or business.
We know it can be intimidating to bring a new service professional into your home or business, especially for the first time. You’re taking a gamble: “Will we be on time and deliver the product you’re paying for?” “Will we do a good job and be respectful of your space?”
Meet the Directors:
Serves on the Board of Directors for South Florida Air Conditioning Association (SFACA)
Serves on the NADCA Board of Ethics
Serves on the NADCA Board of Directors as Secretary
Serves on NADCA’s education committee
Serves on NADCA’s Fall Technical Committee
Serves on the sub-committee for the NADCA White Paper on Energy Savings through HVAC Systems Cleaning
If it’s in your ducts, it’s in your lungs!
Call Air Quality Control Environmental today, and let us clean the ducts in your home or business.
Avoid the Scams
Homeowners should beware of “blow-and-go” air duct cleaning companies.
These companies often charge a nominal fee and do a poor job of cleaning the heating and cooling system. These companies may also persuade a homeowner to pay for unneeded services with and/or without their permission.
Homeowners are told they have mold and other toxic substances in their HVAC systems – claims which are most likely false and used merely to extort money. Coupons and flyers advertising rock bottom prices on “whole house air duct cleaning” and “HVAC mold and soot removal” arrive in the mail daily for some households. If you have knowledge of a practicing “blow-and-go” air duct cleaner, contact your local Better Business Bureau to report the company.
Beware of air duct cleaning companies who claim to be NADCA members, but are not. Unfortunately, there are air duct cleaning companies that illegally use the NADCA logo or claim to be NADCA members when they are not. The best way to ensure that the company you hire is indeed a NADCA member.