Choose a Licensed Michigan Air Duct Cleaner
The State of Michigan requires that all air duct cleaners must be certified by the state to clean air ducts. Anyone who accesses commercial or residential ductwork must have a category 3 mechanical contractors license to clean your air ducts.
The dedicated staff of the Bureau of Construction Codes (BCC) work as a team to assure that the built environment and the systems within are sound, safe and sanitary; building users’ health, safety and welfare are protected; and that, through a coordinated program of code compliance, investigation and training, there is consistent application of standards.
There are many unlicensed air duct cleaning contractors operating in the State of Michigan. The extremely low price will almost certainly mean poor service. The customer will then be left without many legal options.
The Mechanical Division is responsible for issuing mechanical permits, the examination and licensing and renewals of licenses of mechanical contractors and inspections of mechanical installations and repairs. The division also provides staff support to the Board of Mechanical Rules and handles code questions –i.e., furnaces, HVAC (heating and air conditioning), duct work, solar heating, refrigeration and underground tanks.
Mechanical Contractor State License Number
The State Mechanical Contactors Division can be contacted at 517-241-9325
The State of Michigan require air duct cleaners obtain a pesticide license prior to applying sanitizers or deodorizers to your ductwork.