Cleaning the exterior HVAC components and regularly replacing air filters (pre-filters and primary filters) is an important step in keeping your customers and employees comfortable, extending the life of your system and saving money.
Outside, HVAC systems are exposed to the elements and, over time, need to be cleaned in order to keep your system operating at top efficiency. Dirt and debris can hide evidence of a leak or small problem that could become a major expense if not corrected.
Inside, every building generates a great deal of contaminants and air pollutants. Modern buildings are designed to be air tight for greater energy efficiency, which means these contaminants remain indoors. Indoor air can be many times more polluted than the air right outside the window.
Indoor contaminants are constantly pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulates 5 to 7 times per day. Regular replacement of air filters can help avoid a build-up of contaminants in air ducts. When replacing air filters are assigned to an employee, too often the job doesn’t get done and the air filters get clogged which allows dirty air to circulate, unbalances the system, reduces the efficiency of the entire system, and costs money.
And while dirty air ducts don’t automatically mean you have unhealthy air in your business, an accumulation of debris may contribute to health issues or harbor contaminants that could cause problems for people with respiratory conditions, autoimmune disorders or environmental allergies. Plus, a buildup of dirt and debris makes your heating and cooling system work harder and shortens the life of your system.
We use specialized blowers, vacuums, and brushes to clean out the supply, intake, and return air ducts throughout your business. We also perform a thorough cleaning of the air handler, registers, grilles, fans, motors, housings, and coils of your HVAC system.