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Breath of Fresh Air in New Home

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Make Your Newly Purchased Home a Breath of Fresh Air DUCTZ recommends all new homeowners have duct system inspected

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Rockville Centre, NY, August 09, 2011 - The National Association of Realtors states that
summer is the most popular time of year to buy a home, and even in a deflated housing
market, lower prices afford many the opportunity to become a homeowner. With this in
mind, DUCTZ Indoor Air Professionals is letting new homeowners know that ductwork
and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) service may be an integral part of
turning a newly purchased house into a cleaner, more energy efficient home.

The United States Department of Energy states that the average home loses up to 40
percent of the heating or cooling energy through leaky or un-insulated duct systems.
With energy costs at an all-time high, professional repair of inefficient ductwork could
mean significant long-term savings. Additionally, DUCTZ recommends that the HVAC
system be inspected for significant amounts of debris that may have accumulated from
the home's previous occupants.

"Just as you would clean the carpets or scrub the refrigerator to start with a clean slate
and make the home your own," said John Falvey, Owner/Operator of DUCTZ of Western
Long Island, "so should you rid your HVAC system of dust and debris left behind by the
previous owner."

DUCTZ echoes the recommendation of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association and
the Environmental Protection Agency - if you can see visible dust, dirt, and debris, the
system generally needs to be cleaned. However, the decision regarding the need for
service should always be determined by a professional.

"DUCTZ prides itself in offering trustworthy, honest advice, and thorough, professional
service," said Falvey. "Our owners and technicians are pleased to educate
homeowners and help make the transition into their new homes as seamless as
possible."

To schedule DUCTZ service please visit www.ductz.com or call 516-780-7116.

About DUCTZ:
DUCTZ was ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as the number one duct-cleaning
franchise, and 13th top new franchise for 2008. The expertise of DUCTZ reaches
beyond simply cleaning air ducts to maximizing overall indoor air quality and providing
for a healthier living environment. DUCTZ is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan with
franchise locations nationwide, and is a member of the National Air Duct Cleaner's
Association. To improve the indoor air quality of your home or business and create a
healthier living environment, please call 516-780-7116 or visit
online at www.ductz.com

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Contact:
Kimberly Falvey
516-780-7116
kimberly.falvey@ductz.com