ASAP Ameila " Specializing in Air Duct Cleaning".
Don’t be fooled by the $34.95 unlimited Air Duct Cleaning. They are usually in and out of your home in less than an hour and only use one machine on one vent. This is not enough time or remotely close to a complete job and is a waste of your hard earned dollars. Let us clean your Air Ducts the way it should be done. We use state of the art Equipment that you can see. Call us today for your free quote.
Looking for a competent and reliable Air Duct and and Home Sanitation company? ASAP Amelia is at your service! For over thirty years, we have been providing our satisfied customers in the Fernandina Beach and Nassau County area with first-rate service. Our professionally trained staff and environmentally friendly cleaning techniques along with our High-Tech equipment have made us a local favorite. Go to our Testimonial page to see what our clients think about us.
ASAP Amelia offers a range of residential and commercial cleaning services, including one-time or regular cleaning appointments such as:
* Air Duct and Dryer Vent Cleaning
* Tile amd Grout Cleaning
* Carpet, Upholstery, and Oriental Rug Cleaning
* House, Auto, RV, and Yacht Cleaning
* Commercial & Residential
* And Much More!
Quality of our service speaks for itself. Find out what are customers think about us and the work we do.
An estimated 2,900 clothes dryer fires in residential buildings are
reported to U.S. fire departments each year and cause an estimated 5
deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss.
Clothes dryer fire incidence in residential buildings was higher in the fall
and winter months, peaking in January at 11 percent.
Failure to clean (34 percent) was the leading factor contributing to the
ignition of clothes dryer fires in residential buildings.
Dust, fiber, and lint (28 percent) and clothing not on a person (27
percent) were, by far, the leading items first ignited in clothes
dryer fires in residential buildings.
Fifty-four percent of clothes dryer fires in residential buildings were confined
to the object of origin.
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