Why should I have my Commercial HVAC System Cleaned?
Mechanical Reasons – If you’re looking to lower operating energy costs and maximize the efficiency and lifespan of your HVAC Systems, then Commercial HVAC System Cleaning may be the right answer.
Dust, dirt, debris, mold spore and other physical contaminants can accumulate inside your building’s HVAC system. These contaminants, if allowed to build up to excessive amounts, are harmful to your system. Eventually, excessive debris clogs components, cause equipment breakdowns, airflow deficiencies, and may cause debris to fall out from the supply diffusers. Studies show that dirty HVAC systems also break down more often, operate much less efficiently, and cause increased operating expenses.
Environmental Reason – If you need to improve the Indoor Air Quality of your Facility or you have specific IAQ complaints that you are trying to address, then Commercial HVAC System Cleaning MAY NOT BE THE ANSWER!
It is TRUE that all Commercial buildings contain pollutants like dust, fiberglass, insects, bacteria and mold which accumulate in a building’s HVAC system and ductwork.
It is also TRUE that poor Indoor Air Quality can lead to reduction in employee productivity, illness, and absenteeism. The National Energy Management Institute has reported that indoor air quality issues cost our economy more than $60 billion a year in health related costs and decreased employee productivity.
But it is NOT TRUE that the normal contaminants collecting in HVAC System is always the reason for the IAQ Problem. In fact, in most cases, it is NOT the cause.
How Can You Know for Sure?
The first step in assessing the need for Commercial Air Duct Cleaning is to perform a Phase 1 Commercial Evaluation.
Don’t Waste Money on Needless Cleaning! Call INX at 610-692-7374 for a Commercial Phase 1 Indoor Air Quality Evaluation.
If duct cleaning is truly necessary for your property, we will provide a detailed proposal based on the most thorough and cost effective service we can provide to complete commercial duct cleaning on your schedule, discretely and with minimum disruption.
We have completed hundreds of commercial air duct cleaning projects:
- Hospitals and Universities
- Nursing Homes Facilities
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Large Office Buildings
- High and Low-Rise Buildings
When Should I Have My Ducts Inspected?
On average, you should have your ducts inspected every three to five years, although this can vary depending on your type of Facility and Business. In an industrial setting, more frequent duct inspections may be necessary as fine particulate matter may be more common.