Industrial Air Conditioning Repair

Facts About Indoor Air Quality

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Indoor air quality is one concern that building managers and building inhabitants have when they decide to investigate HVAC system. Through normal occupation in a building, we generate a great deal of contaminants and air pollutants, such as dander, dust, and chemicals. These contaminants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated 5 to 7 times per day, on average. Over time, this re-circulation causes a build-up of contaminants in the ductwork.

While a contaminated HVAC system doesn’t necessarily mean unhealthy air, the situation may be contributing to larger health issues or harboring contaminants that could cause serious problems for people with respiratory health conditions, autoimmune disorders or some environmental allergies.

Southwest  has been cleaning commercial air duct systems for over thirty years. All of our commercial cleaning projects are cleaned to industry performance standards (NADCA ACR-2013), and are supervised by a NADCA certified ‘Air System Cleaning Specialist’ (ASCS). We have done all types and sizes of commercial buildings, such as schools, restaurants, grocery stores, office buildings, hangers and medical facilities. We have performed many cleaning projects on Ft. Bliss, McGregor Range and White Sands Missile Range.  We will provide references upon request.

 

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