In order to ensure that conditions for building occupants are comfortable and safe, building owners and managers have both a 'duty of care' and legal obligations to ensure that ventilation systems are kept clean by the most efficient ductwork and duct cleaning methods.
- It has been found in hospitals that temperature and humidity levels allied with accumulations of dust and debris, typically found in uncleaned air conditioning ductwork, provides ideal conditions for the growth and spread of infectious micro-organisms such as MRSA.
- In a similar way, infections such as flu and the common cold will spread throughout the workplace if systems are not maintained and cleaned.
- Increase the number of plants in the Office/ Home.
- Use Non Aerosol Air Freshener.
- Change Filters regularly.
- Clean the Ducts with the HEPA Filters at least once in a year.
- Clean the furnace/air conditioner
After testing the system for proper operation, we will disconnect the power before opening the unit for safety. Next, vacuum the interior surfaces of the Furnace/Air Conditioner. Then clean the cooling coils with a HEPA vacuum and a coil cleaner, and clean the blower unit.
- Clean the supply and return registers and grills
Remove wall, ceiling and floor registers. Then wash register with Dynamite cleaner and rinse.
- Clean the supply and return ducts
Clean all air ducts using powerful air duct cleaning equipment. Decontaminate cleaned ducts with Soot Set duct sealant, and Odor Kill Deodorizer.
- Install electrostatic air filter and odor control products
Install Solid Odor Kill in the return to control odors for up to 3 months.
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