QAC Cleans Baker House 1650’s Air Ducts
What is Baker House 1650? Only one of the most prestigious B&Bs on the East End. It has been selected by Conde Nast Johansens, as the “Most Excellent Inn of the Americas” for three years, and was named “Inn of the Month” by Travel and Leisure Magazine. According to the Baker House 1650 brochure…
“The Baker House is one of the oldest continuously occupied structures in the United States, dating to the earliest settlers of the Village of East Hampton. The house was first constructed in 1648 by a sea captain, Daniel Howe. Two years later, he sold it to Thomas Baker, one of East Hampton’s original founders, who turned the house into Baker’s Tavern. It also served as the town meeting hall, community center, and as the first location of religious services.”
All this is to say that the exclusive and historic Baker House 1650 management wouldn’t pick just any business to clean their air ducts. Of course, they selected Tracy Griffiths’ Quality Air Care (QAC) to clean their ducts. Tracy’s family has been here in East Hampton for 10 generations, so perhaps a Griffiths hoisted an ale or two in Baker House Tavern soon after it opened its doors in 1650.
Above are some photos of QAC’s Peterbilt very carefully cleaning this valuable and historic village landmark.