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Dutchman Heating & Cooling

400 E Ogden Ave
Naperville, IL 60563630-961-2220

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Electronics Advanced Mechanical

855 San Francisco Terr
Bartlett, IL 60103630-855-6542

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Extreme Professional Air Duct Cleaning Service

905 Buena Vista Dr
Round Lake Beach, IL 60073224-321-4722

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General Duct Cleaning

922 Carney Ct
Antioch, IL 60002847-838-4280

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Green Air USA

700 N Carpenter St
Chicago, IL 60642312-733-8800

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Illinois Air Duct Cleaning

1144 Johnson Dr Apt 3222
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089224-538-0197

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Mr Duct

117 S Cook St Ste 244
Barrington, IL 60010847-852-4498

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National Duct Cleaning

PO Box 305
South Elgin, IL 60177847-398-2200

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Pt Duct Cleaning

3446 N Octavia Ave
Chicago, IL 60634773-517-5350

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Quality Air

120 E Lake St
Elmhurst, IL 60126630-279-5440

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Ultimate Aircare

3501 N Southport Ave # 257
Chicago, IL 60657888-659-8883

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Veterans Air Cleaning Services

5707 S Cass Ave #206
Westmont, IL 60559708-303-8227

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Windy City Mechanical

4811 W 129th St
Alsip, IL 60803708-497-5464

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A1 Dryer Vent Cleaning

PO Box 413
Elmhurst, IL 60126847-698-3818

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Access Kitchen Exhaust

322 Walnut Ave
Elgin, IL 60123847-697-0206

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AccuMax

PO Box 823
Westmont, IL 60559630-910-4517

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Acive Air Plus

2017 N Rand Rd #A
Palatine, IL 60074847-496-5864

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Actionheatinginc.com

1N575 Swift Rd
Lombard, IL 60148630-916-9924

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ADR Carpet & Duct Cleaning

2901 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60616312-593-0874

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Advanced Air

270 Carlton Dr
Carol Stream, IL 60188630-588-9700

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Many consumers prefer to hire an individual for housecleaning help, rather than a service. But doing your own hiring brings the responsibilities associated with the role of an employer, such as filling out paperwork and paying various taxes.

The National Committee on Household Employment, before it closed its doors, developed a set of standards for employers and their household employees. The guidelines presented here are from its Code of Standards for Household Employment.

Before considering insulation improvements, first find and plug air leaks—holes, cracks, and gaps that let cold air in and warm air out in the winter—and do the reverse in the summer.