HVAC Cleaning And Decontamination
The heating, ventilation, air conditioning system (known collectively as HVAC) basically functions as the lungs and respiratory system of a home or business. If your HVAC system is not clean and functioning well, you may find yourself exposed to many different airborne contaminants every day. If you want the atmosphere inside your property to stay comfortable and healthy, you will need to have your system cleaned regularly by professionals. Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT pride themselves on their cleaning services for HVAC systems in both home and commercial locations.
While many buildings don’t contain HEPA-filters that are hospital-quality, there are lots of other options for high-quality filters that suit any business or home. However, regardless of how high of quality your filters are, a ventilation system and HVAC still must have regular cleanings if you hope to keep them working at optimal function. If you have seen more than the usual number of allergies and illnesses in your family or within the staff of your business, it might be time to have your HVAC system cleaned using our comprehensive services.
Air filtration and ventilation systems are quite complex. They work by catching particles that are floating in the air, such as mold spores, dust, bacteria and many other allergens. Every system will eventually become clogged as time goes on, hindering the system from filtering your air as efficiently as when it was new. The only way to restore optimal cleaning to your system is to replace the filter and clean the ventilation system.
An HVAC system is also responsible for regulating temperature and humidity. When it is not cleaned regularly, the system will be unable to properly regulate the air circulating through your home or office building, making it inefficient at keeping the climate as you have desired.
Benefits of Air Duct and HVAC System Cleaning
- Eliminates airborne contaminates and gets rid of odors
- Relieves allergies
- Reduces the amount of debris, dust, and dirt in the air
- Improves efficiency of your HVAC system
- Potentially lowers utility bills
A good cleaning should start with the unit itself, including the wiring, fans, motor, coils and cabinet. Then the cleaning should progress to the rest of the system, including all ducts, inline heaters, VAV boxes, supply grills and return grills.
Removal and replacement of fans in VAVs or AHUs that are smaller should take place for thorough cleaning.
Procedures should also be implemented to capture odors and cure any sealant before the building is reoccupied.
Our team takes all necessary precautions to ensure that the contents of your property remain undisturbed during the entire cleaning process.