Group Buy Deal of Duct Cleaning has been released to families which have registered for this Duct Cleaning, Home Furnace Replacement/Maintenance group. Family can use the same authorized family code received previously for Home Furnace Replacement/Maintenance. Quebec residents can join this duct cleaning group as well. Each family in the GROUP has sent a confirmed e-mail to VIP-GROUP-BUY@HOTMAIL.COM to participate in this Duct Cleaning group buy, will receive the group buy deal by December 5th, 2011. Please don't hesitate to contact VIP GROUP ADMIN at VIP-GROUP-BUY@HOTMAIL.COM if you don't receive the group buy deal AFTER December 5th, 2011. Your neighbours, friends, or colleagues have to send emails to VIP-GROUP-BUY@HOTMAIL.COM to sign up in the VIP GROUP and get their own authorized family code, if they want to take the advantage of our group exclusive discounted prices. Otherwise, vendor will not offer them the same group discount price. Families don't allow to share the authorized family code. Please contact the vendor as soon as you received your authorized family code to book a free appointment of pre-installation inspection. Due to the volume of our families, the company will follow by the order of the appointment and area. Here are some things that you can check yourself to get a general idea about the state of your air duct system: 1) Check your air filter. Whatever dirt is on it is only a small portion of the amount of dust in your return air duct. If you think it’s very dirty, then it’d be safe to say that you need your ducts cleaned. Now would also be a good time to replace or clean the filter. 2) Check your return air vents. If they are on the floor, lift one out and look inside with a flashlight. It should probably be pretty dusty in there. That’s typical. This is a part of your duct system that draws the air from the house back to the furnace before it is cleaned, re-conditioned, and circulated back into the home. If your return air vents are screwed onto the wall, then it’s easier to just look closely at the vent. If you see that it’s covered in dust, then that’s only a small portion of what’s inside the air ducts. 3) Check your heating vents. These are almost always on the floor, so the vents should be easy to lift out. Look inside. If you see and dirt or cobwebs in there at all, then you should get your ducts cleaned. If you answer YES to any of the following questions, it may be time to have your air ducts cleaned. • Does anyone in the house have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems? • Does anyone in your family suffer from headaches, nasal congestion, or sinus problems at night or in the morning? • Is there or was there ever a smoker in the house? • Do you have or was there ever a dog, cat, or other pets in the house? • Do you notice “musty” or “stale” odours when the furnace or air conditioner runs? • Do you notice dust on the furniture shortly after cleaning? • Does it seem like there is not enough air flow coming from your vents?