Air Ducts and HVAC Cleaning
· Cover/protect all equipment/furniture/surrounding areas from any dust and contaminants with plastic.
· Remove all diffusers/grills and thoroughly wash using a mild disinfectant/water solution. Reset diffusers into their original openings.
· Make access openings into duct work where needed. Install access plates over openings. Seal and guarantee an airtight fit.
· Power vacuum clean,which maintains the duct system at a negative pressure, up to 12k cubic inches per second, while mechanical agitation are used to dislodge all dirt, dust and contaminants, in all supply/return ducts.
· We'll also use portable hepa vacuums to crawl through the duct work, hand vacuum brush and blow back all duct work.
· Pull/clean blower and housing using water and disinfectant.
· Vacuum clean the interior of unit, using portable hepa vacuum and brushes.
· Clean coil in place using water and disinfectant. Also, wet vacs will be used during the cleaning process to remove the sludge from the drain pan and remove excess water during the coil cleanings.
· The wet vacs will allow us to use large amounts of pure water and disinfect for flushing and rinsing the coils after the cleaning, without risking over flow of the drain pans.
· Disinfect all duct work and duct lines, using oxine. Fogging devices will be used as well as hand spraying to apply this product. A Material Safety Data Sheet will be submitted upon initiation of our work.
· After cleaning and disinfecting we will encapsulate duct work for smoke odor, soot and/or mold.
However, duct cleaning is not always necessary. We will make recommendations about the best way to address any indoor air quality concerns. This can save you money and provide peace of mind on the health of your system.
The benefits of servicing your HVAC unit include:
- Helps to restore peak energy efficiency.
- May help to eliminate offensive odors.
- Helps reduce the potential for mold growth.
For more information on HVAC and air duct cleaning, call us today, (407) 226-2621.