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Did you know?
In the last several years, a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized cities. Other research indicates that people spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors. - Environmental Protection Agency.

Serving South East Michigan

Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Howell, Brighton, Hartland, Pinckney, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Wixom, Troy, West Bloomfield, Livonia , Rochester, Plymouth, Dearborn, Gibraltar, Trenton, Woodhaven and other fine cities in Livingston, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties

Customer Reviews:

I wanted to let you know that the two young men who did our cleaning, I believe both are Jim, we fantastic. They explained everything they were doing and were friendly and professional. We couldn't ask for a better experience with your company. Please pass our thanks on to them both.

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Joanne & Mark Hickson

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Why Dalton?

Dalton Environmental Cleaning, is recognized by several HVAC companies, Joe Gagnon (Appliance Doctor), (Glen Haege America’s Master Handyman), & Lon Grossman (Home inspector of the Detroit Free Press) as the air duct cleaning company of choice & here’s why: 


We use only the highest quality, state-of –the-art cleaning equipment that is carefully researched to be the most effective air duct cleaning equipment in the industry.  Our specially designed vacuum truck boasts over 20,000cfm of vacuum power & over 240 lbs of compressed air to power specialized sweep tools.  Our staff is owner trained & knowledgeable of all types of HVAC systems, including slab, crawl, attic & multi-zoned residential & commercial systems.  Our technicians are clean cut, friendly, & uniformed.  We are happy to provide references.



The staff of Dalton Environmental has experience, experience, & more experience performing a quality air duct cleaning service for all HVAC systems.  Dalton is only an air duct cleaning company-that’s all we do!  Dalton has proudly served southeastern Michigan since 1991.



Dalton Environmental is a NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) certified company.  NADCA certification is an absolute must to help ensure a quality job.  In the state of Michigan , it is necessary to have an HVAC license to perform a proper air duct cleaning.  Our license # is 7100796.  Dalton is a member & has been in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.



Dalton ’s offers a 100% guarantee you will have a clean air duct system!!!  By employing a total source removal method of cleaning following the NADCA standard, we access all the ducts & clean them properly & thoroughly.


NADCA Certification

NADCA’s dedication to quality assurance helps ensure and promote a higher standard of performance for all NADCA members. Quality assurance also provides a means of consumer education, through tips on how to select a qualified contractor, establishing performance checklists, and adopting policy of full disclosure for its member contractors.

All members are required to perform work in accordance with NADCA Standards.

Dalton Environmental Cleaning's certification # 10960346


Why you need to choose an air duct cleaning professional.

Dateline looks inside national network of air duct cleaning scams

By Dan Slepian
Producer, Dateline

You've probably seen the ads in the newspaper or in your mailbox: a huge, frightening-looking dust mite accompanied by warnings that your health could suffer from dirty, moldy air ducts. But have no fear: for a low price, like $49.95, you can have them cleaned — you might even get a 10 percent discount if you're a senior citizen.

According to the Better Business Bureau, it's a scam called a "bait and switch," and the BBB says it's happening all across the country. In fact, the BBB claims that dozens of connected companies are involved in the airduct cleaning scam, systematically ripping off homeowners for more than a decade to the tune of millions of dollars.

Over the years, hundreds of homeowners have logged complaints with the BBB, all sounding similar: Once inside a customer's home, technicians routinely mislead them into paying hundreds or thousands of dollars for additional work. Many were told they had dangerous mold. Others had their homes unnecessarily flooded with noxious chemicals. Some said they were afraid of the workmen. All said they were duped into paying hundreds more than the promised $49.99 advertised price.

It sounded like a story for the Hansen Files, a new franchise from NBC's Dateline, so we began our own investigation.

We found senior citizen volunteers who allowed us to wire their homes with hidden cameras to see what would happen when we responded to one of the ads. Even we were stunned by what we saw. Not only did our cameras catch the technicians scamming nearly $500 from our volunteer, they actually left the house in worse condition than before they arrived.

A few weeks later, we asked our volunteer to make another appointment, this time to have her furnace cleaned. And this time, Chris Hansen was there to let the technicians know our cameras had recorded their scam, and to see what they had to say.

Early on, we learned reporting this story wouldn't be easy. We began by digging into one company, and then another, and then the histories of some of the people behind them. We found many of the businesses opened up shop only to disappear within a matter of months, but would then appear again under a different name. Sometimes, it was even hard to determine exactly who owned many of them. The paper trail left behind was limited and sometimes inaccurate. One business was registered using the name of the real owner's dead stepbrother. Another was registered in the name of an owner's bodyguard. Several to convicted felons, one a killer.

But our reporting led us to one revealing fact: dozens of the rogue businesses all across the country were run by a rotating list of the same individuals who kept popping up over and over again.

As we began to connect the dots, we saw that some attorneys general and judges have ordered these companies to be shut down, forbidden their owners from doing business in their states, and ordered them to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. But most of the time, the scammers simply took off to set up shop in another state.

Bottom line: If you think you need your air ducts cleaned, check with both the Better Business Bureau and the National Air Duct Cleaners Association before answering the cheap ad in the newspaper.

Watch this Web-exclusive video of Chris Hansen confronting air duct cleaners:

 And here's a closer look at the dirty business of air duct cleaning scams, and how you can avoid them, with Michele Mason of the Better Business Bureau:

The Hansen Files, Part 6

Dateline's hidden cameras catch an air duct cleaning company that attempts to cheat elderly consumers with misleading prices and work that was never done.  Chris Hansen directly confronts the scammers of one air duct cleaning company.


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To watch the full story on air ducts, follow this link. And here's the full episode of Hansen Files, with additional looks at psychics and the questionable backgrounds of professionals.

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Dalton Environmental Cleaning
NADCA certification # 10960346
HVAC MI State License # 7115496