About Us
BF Power Vac:
  • NADCA Certified

About BF Power Vac

Benton Franklin Power Vac, Inc. doing business as BF Power Vac has been serving residential, commercial and industrial clients in the Columbia Basin Region since 2001. Locally owned and operated by Shawn and Tammy Mattoon, BF Power Vac has built a reputation of quality and thorough air duct cleaning topped with exceptional customer service. Since 2001 BF Power Vac has become a relied on reputable contractor for aiding homeowners, commercial businesses, contractors, building owners and managers and indoor air quality specialists in their HVAC cleaning and restoration needs. In addition to operating his own air duct cleaning company, Shawn also provides consulting services nationwide for other air duct cleaning companies when they are awarded large commercial projects.

Background History

Shawn Mattoon is a second generation NADCA certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) with an extensive knowledge of air duct cleaning. Shawn has completed thousands of cleaning projects ranging in size from 500 sq ft apartments to 100,000+ sq ft multi-level commercial, hospital and industrial complexes. Areas of this background come from the benefit of his father, Mac Mattoon's companies American Caddy Vac, Inc. as well as his furnace and air duct cleaning company out of Lewiston, Idaho B&F Power Vac, Inc. American Caddy Vac manufactures and distributes truck mounted vacuum units as well as state of the art air duct cleaning tools and equipment globally. B&F Power Vac is the training and support team for American Caddy Vac customers. Shawn Mattoon's position as the operations manager of the residential and commercial divisions made him a vital part of the training and support team. Shawn not only trained at the Lewiston, Idaho location but traveled throughout the United States and Canada to provide onsite training for American Caddy Vac clients. This gave Shawn the opportunities to coordinate, oversee and train individuals and cleaning teams on unique projects not commonly found in the Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Regions.