Learn more about the HydroKleen Business Opportunity
The state of Idaho has over 60,000 homes with uncleaned ductless mini-split systems, and the number is growing every day. Become part of this innovative new service here in the Gem State and discover how easy it is to make homeowners happy while you build a solid financial future for yourself and your family.
Be your own boss! Get an exclusive, licensed HydroKleen208 territory!
Give us a call at 208-779-5596 or fill out the form and Jose will be in touch with you shortly to tell you how you can start your own independent HydroKleen business here in Idaho.
Who is a HydroKleen208 license for?
A HydroKleen208 License is a great opportunity for existing HVAC contractors, entrepreneurs, and innovative businesspeople to build or grow their business, by accessing the specific tools, systems, and products, along with in-depth training of a unique, state-of-the-art HVAC cleaning equipment system.
As our business model doesn’t require a storefront, this significantly decreases initial licensing and ongoing overhead costs.
What makes HydroKleen's system different?
The HydroKleen system, along with the on-site training provided via HydroKleen 208 makes us the leader in ductless deep cleaning service in the heating and cooling contracting industry.
The water pressure system we have developed over the years produces a much superior clean than current methods might offer. And, after developing and testing many different cleaning agents, we settled on a product that complies with all health standards and the cleaning needs required to ensure that we have a totally clean air conditioning system.
What do I get when purchasing an Equipment Supply Package and License?
The license gives you permission to use the patented HydroKleen system, on-site training, and a start-up Facebook campaign, logo design, and a services flyer design.
Do I need to be a qualified heating and cooling contractor?
In Idaho, you need to hold a heating and cooling contractors license. HydroKleen 208 will train you on how to deep clean ductless systems properly and safely.
How many cleans a day do most people do?
One Technician can clean and service between 4 – 6 wall mounted ductless (mini splits) per day. These numbers will depend on how far you must travel and how dirty the splits might be. Ceiling cassettes generally take about 2 – 3 hours if cleaned correctly.
Two Technicians in the one vehicle working together will clean upward of 8 – 12 wall mounted splits (mini splits) per day.
We have assumed an 8 – 9 hour day.
Does the HydroKleen equipment need much maintenance?
The HydroKleen machine needs little maintenance other than keeping it clean and neat and tidy. HydroKleen208 supplies a spare pump and spare micro switch for the pump. While our pumps (12 volts) generally last 2 – 3 years before replacement they are generally trouble-free. The longevity of the pump will also depend on how much you use the machine. Like anything, the more you use it, the quicker it will wear out.
You will find when using the HydroKleen catchment bags that the small and medium bags will get used more often than the large bag. We have found that the bags that we use daily last about 18 months – 2 years. The bags will still work perfectly and are extremely durable, but they start to not look as “presentable” after several years of use.
The more you look after your catchment bags, the longer they will last.
Do I need a separate vehicle to carry the equipment?
You may be able to fit the equipment into your current work vehicles as the biggest component is the HydroKleen machine. In your Equipment Package, for an extra charge we supply ramps to maneuver the equipment into the vehicle, plus two-wheel locators for the machine and two tie-down straps to lock the machine in place. It will be at your discretion as to how you fit these locators and tie-down points in your vehicle.
We supply visuals of how we retain the machine in our vans. You must also make sure that your catchments bags are stored correctly in the vehicle. Again, we will give you visuals of how we store them in our vans.