I want to commend Service-Tech technicians for working without a lot of noise, dust, or disruption while cleaning the air ducts. They covered our workstations and other funiture with care. They were definitively focused and thorough in their work.
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Air Duct Cleaning, HVAC Cleaning and HVAC Duct Cleaning
Poorly maintained HVAC systems harbor mold, fungi, bacteria, pollen, dust mites and other disease-carrying biological pollutants which are re-circulated through forced-air systems. Given the right conditions of moisture and temperature, these contaminants can flourish in air ducts and be carried out into the work space where humans are exposed.
Did you know that cleaning lightly soiled systems and changing the filters can result in energy savings of 11% and up to 30% for heavily soiled systems? source: National Air Duct Cleaners Association
Benefits of properly cleaned air ducts/HVAC system:
- lower operational and maintenance costs
- energy savings due to improved heating/cooling equipment efficiency
- cleaner, healthier indoor air
- greater work productivity due to fewer illnesses
- improved government inspection ratings
- cleaner office, classroom, facility and other workplace environments
- more professional image with improved environment
Manual access to air ducts assures thorough cleaning
Service-Tech specializes in guaranteed techniques in air duct cleaning with contact vacuuming and source removal in our air purification process including the use of High Efficiency (HEPA) vacuums. While most cleaning companies simply clean as far as they can reach into the ductwork, our certified technicians use manual entry to effectively reach and clean those hard-to-get-at areas within your ducts and HVAC system. Where necessary, access doors are installed to allow complete cleaning of the ductwork and all components.
Air handling equipment, including all fresh air intake and return ducts, heating and cooling coils, and fans are thoroughly washed to purge them of dirt and contaminants. Air diffusers and grilles are thoroughly washed, reset to previous positions, and put back into place.
Sanitizing: For added protection against bacteria, virus, fungus and mold within the HVAC system, Service-Tech can apply EnviroCON santizer to the interior surfaces of the ductwork and air handling equipment. * EPA-registered, EnviroCON is highly effective in preventing contaminants and leaves no toxic residue in the system.
* Not available in Michigan
Surface Coating: Where fiberglass-lined air ducts or duct board are deteriorated or contaminated, a protective coating can be applied to prevent fibers from breaking loose and entering the air flow. Additionally, this coating contains an antimicrobial agent that provides long-term protection against the re-growth of mold and bacteria.
Condenser Coil Cleaning
Condenser coils fouled with dust, dirt and grime cannot properly supply heat transfer and results in greater energy consumption. Cleaning the condenser coils associated with the air conditioner (AC) unit not only helps the unit cool more efficiently, but also reduces the power consumption. When cleaning condenser coils, our technicians vacuum the coils with a soft bristle brush, and utilize a low-volume, low-pressure wash system to thoroughly flush out the coils without damaging the fins. It is important to properly clean the coils in the spring before the heavy demand on the AC unit during the summer.
In addition to complete cleaning and inspection services, Service-Tech restores HVAC systems with:
- antimicrobial coatings
- surface coatings for deteriorated fiberglass
- coating for rusted metal surfaces
- drain pan coating
- insulation replacement
As longtime members of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, Service-Tech adheres to the ACR NADCA Standard, the internationally recognized standard for HVAC cleaning and restoration. The ACR Standard (Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration) establishes minimum performance requirements for:
- Assessing new and existing HVAC systems
- Evaluating and verifying the cleanliness of HVAC system components
- Determining what is needed by way of cleaning and restoration
- Restoring systems to specific levels of cleanliness
The ACR Standard also focuses on how to prevent job-related hazards, such as exposure to workers and building occupants, and cross-contamination to the indoor environment.
If you are interested in learning of updates to the ACR 2013 Standard, we can notify you. Simply submit your contact information using the form below.
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has received the National Air Duct Cleaners Association Safety Award for 17 consecutive years